Saturday, October 5, 2013

Hugo & Victor, Revisited ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥


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I wanted to try ALL of Hugo & Victor's creations after my first visit to its Boulevard Raspail boutique. (Read about it here.)

So I was ecstatic when I discovered they have another outlet while I was walking around Marche Saint Honore.



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In this boutique I was allowed to take photos



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Chocolates and semi-spheres



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Such a beauty!  *insert whistle here*



I wasn't able to try ALL as planned, but I was able to wolf down two in one sitting, while seated at a random block of cement outside the shop. 

At Hugo & Victor, pastries are classified as "Hugo" or "Victor." 

Hugo is new, modern and exciting.

Victor is traditional, but with a twist.


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The Hugo Fig



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Nectar fig infused with spices, fig jelly, almond milk jelly, hazelnut dacquoise



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The Victor Fig



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 A very pretty religieuse filled with fig cream traced with fig jam



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 When eating pastries as good as Hugo & Victor's, I skip the spoon and attack with my hands.


Hugo & Victor: Boutique Marche Saint Honore, 7 rue Gomboust, 75001, Paris. Tel: +33 1 42 96 10 20

Hugo & Victor Website

Hugo & Victor Facebook Page

See other Hugo & Victor branches here.

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