What if Angel was a chocolate?

 

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For twenty-five years, the absolute glamour of the iconic Mugler fragrance Angel has captivated the senses into a unique olfactory vortex.

Nicolas Cloiseau has captured the deliciously surprising notes of this fragrance, blending bergamot, red fruits, praline, vanilla and patchouli, and interpreted its three accords to create three rare chocolates, vibrating with the legendary Angel notes.

CELESTIAL –  First tasting note, Top note.

A delicate fruit paste with a crisp acidulous attack of moist mandarin, followed by the citrus notes of elegant bergamot with lemon zest, gently tempered by a milk chocolate ganache.

DELICIOUS – Middle tasting note, Heart Note.

Nostalgic vanilla cotton candy with red fruits and slivers of moist cranberries rev up the delicate layer of praliné with notes of biscuits and nuts enrobed in a layer of dark chocolate.

VOLUPTUOUS – Final tasting note, Base Note.

An intense patchouli attack with woody and vanilla notes, almost smoky, in a warm sensual dark chocolate ganache with notes of honey and vanilla bourbon.

STAR – A nod to Angel…

A star with chocolate from Madagascar featuring acidulous notes of red fruits on the palate then notes of nuts persist.

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Discover the partnership between La Maison du Chocolat and Angel by Mugler, the unique encounter between two know-hows sharing one common passion: gourmandise.

A video for the Thierry Mugler Angel and La Maison du Chocolat collaboration, including an appearance by perfumer Olivier Cresp (he does not speak, just tastes).

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