Winning the World Chocolate Championship in 1995, Pierre Marcolini set out to revolutionize the chocolate industry. Using ... More
Winning the World Chocolate Championship in 1995, Pierre Marcolini set out to revolutionize the chocolate industry. Using only the finest cocoa beans from around the world, Marcolini now owns and operates luxury chocolate boutiques in five different countries. His sweet treats include delicacies such as truffles, macaroons, biscuits, liqueur chocolates, brittles and much more. Each purchase is presented in a handsomely designed gift box that perfectly compliments the luxury treat found within.
I found the shop at the Conran hotel somewhat distressed lately, maybe because the opening at the Sablon has drained attention. This could on the long run affect the brand image. I also regret that they decided to switch from their classy brown boxes to a plain black box ( no black is NOT synonymous with exclusive anymore it is rather "pass�" and bluntly those black boxes look cheap). Good chocolates however;-)
We loved the Sablon Marcolini shop! Very different to the other, more traditional shops. This was more like a high class jewellery store!
The chocolate smothered orange peel strips are devine!!
Definitely the best I've ever tasted!
Please open more in London!
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