Ladurée X Morihide Yoshida
After a Scandinavian Christmas with the pastry chef Sverre Saertre, Ladurée's president, David Holder, continues his quest for talent worldwide. Today, the chef Morihide Yoshida signs an Easter Ladurée collection with Japanese notes.
His approach, the reinterpretation of the great French pastry classics through his Japanese origins, has seduced David Holder who wished to combine his talent with the Ladurée pursuit of excellence.
For this occasion, Morihide Yoshida has created a white chocolate and yuzu macaron, a pastry and an exceptional chocolate creation available on limited offer edition in Ladurée stores.
Morihide Yoshida was inspired by “Sakura”, the cherry blossom season, announcing the spring in Japan, to create the Sakura chocolate tartlet with matcha tea, a highly symbolic ingredient in Japan.
In order to create this exceptional chocolate piece,
Morihide Yoshida drew his inspiration from a well-known
Japanese legend which a rabbit was sent to live on the moon
as a reward for its generosity. A distant inspiration
that offers us an exclusive creation.