Caterina Murino and Chef Adrien Bozzolo have created a spectacular Easter egg for the Mandarin Oriental, Paris

Easter is around the corner, and helping you celebrate it with aplomb is the famous actress and jewelry designer Caterina Murino in
collaboration with Mandarin Oriental, Paris, and Pastry Chef Adrien Bozzolo. Together they have created a chocolate easter egg that’s unlike any other!

The spectacular creation comes with an egg-shaped silver filigree pendant inside, whose design was influenced by the work of ancient artisans from Sardinia. Another limited edition crafted by Caterina includes the exceptional single copy of the pendant crafted in pink gold and set with a sapphire.

As for the edible part, Chef Adrien took inspiration from the refined design of the jewel to create a delicate egg-shaped sculpture in pure Madagascan chocolate. The creation is helmed on a crispy hazelnut, and fleur de sel praline cushion, with the precious pendant hidden inside.

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Lastly, the base of the creation is filled with small chocolate candies made with Sardinian myrtle liqueur. All profits from the sale of the easter creation will further go to Amref Health Africa, Africa’s leading health non-governmental organization (NGO), of which Caterina is the godmother.

If you’re willing to get your hands on this delight, it is available from 10 to 18 April 2022 for $132 (for the limited-edition Easter egg with silver pendant) and EUR 795 (for the limited-edition egg with the pink gold pendant). Eggs for each order will be handcrafted to make it even more special!

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Further, guests willing to go all-in can book the Families by MO package (priced at $2098) that offers two connecting rooms, with a discount of up to 50% for the second room. So, how do you plan to ring in your Easter holidays this time.

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