A storybook evening in Jean-Luc Decluzeau’s chocolate hut
Can you imagine waking up in a storybook chocolate house? The chocolate artisan Jean-Luc Decluzeau will design and build an 18 m² cottage with 1.5 tons of chocolate, with a capacity for up to 4 people, in L’Orangerie Ephémère, in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique, in Sèvres (France).
A cabin full of chocolate elements, from the walls to the roof, through the fireplace, the wardrobe, the clock, and even glasses, books, and a candelabra. The guest can also enjoy a pond of white chocolate ducks and a cocoa flower bed.
After registering, the lucky visitors will be able to explore their gourmet accommodation before participating in a workshop dedicated to the creation of personalized chocolate mini-houses, run by Jean-Luc himself.
This special house will be available on Booking in a few days. On September 19 and 26, at 10:00, the nights of October 5 and 6 may be booked respectively.
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