Сlassic French pralines
Every piece of LE BONHEUR pralines is made with love, because we know that our emotions influence the quality of the product just as much as the ingredients do. We pick and toast the nuts, extract basil oil, choose seasonal berries and make creamy caramel of fresh cream, for we believe that sweets, just like life, need everything whole-hearted.
We are in constant search for something new—we discover new places, find inspiration in nature, art, the smell of spices and flowers, the sound of waves crashing on the shore, and rejoice seeing the first season’s snowfall just like children. Laurent Moreno puts this inspiration into seasonal pralines collections so that you can share the happiness with your loved ones.
The story of Le Bonheur and Laurent Moreno dates back to autumn 2008, lobby of the Hôtel Costes, rue Saint-Honoré in Paris. This is when Laurent first discovers the brand SCHASTYE (Le Bonheur) restaurants and a new confectionery project of the same name in Saint Petersburg. The idea inspired him to take up the kitchen of SCHASTYE (Le Bonheur) as a pastry chef.
Laurent has introduced the academic French confectionery know-how and the art of work with chocolate, and together with his team he has been surprising the guests with the play of ingredients, paying much attention to their quality and the nuances of preparation.
This is how the first pralines made by Laurent Moreno appeared in SCHASTYE (Le Bonheur) restaurant in Saint Petersburg so that the guests could take a piece of happiness for their loved ones as a gift… It took Laurent a long time to work out the shape of pralines trying to make the edges of the sweets soft and to keep such size, that the praline cube could be placed in hand, its weight could be felt, and could become a manifestation of feelings towards a loved one, and for this reason each of the flavours was eye-catchingly wrapped.
Later, to honour the very first meeting in Paris on rue Saint Honoré, where the story of Le Bonheur begins, our first boutique was opened at 148 rue Saint-Honoré.
Later, to honour the very first meeting in Paris on rue Saint Honoré, where the story of Le Bonheur begins, our first boutique was opened at 148 rue Saint-Honoré. Paris 75001
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‘I tend to value more the simple things made by hand. I am an artisan, and I put my heart and soul into what I do. I find my happiness in seeing people’s emotions, when they taste my pralines or share it with the people they love.’
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