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The jury unanimously chose the hazelnuts and sudachi macaron with passionfruit heart by Adrien Blenet.
The calendar of some of the 17 elimination rounds for this competition created by Guerlais is now available, four of which are outside France.
Marie-Joëlle Chiesa triumphed with a macaron with lightly roasted nuts from the Dauphiné region, fleur de sel caramel, and a thin sheet of chocolate.
Nathalie Pataut, trained by Alain Chartier convinced the jury with a macaron with a hint of spiciness.
In its seventh edition, the competition will celebrate 16 regional semi-finals, four of which will be outside of France.
The candidate from Nantes, coached by Vincent Guerlais, presented a raspberry, yuzu, and ginger macaroon.
On May 21, the winner of this French competition will be chosen, a competition which acquires an international dimension this year with some candidates being from Montreal and Venice.
Next May in Paris will be held the final of a competition that started as a local event and this year comprises 11 regional semifinals with renowned pastry chefs in the jury panel.