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Louis Vuitton is set to unveil its inaugural chocolate boutique outside of France, right here in Asia, Singapore. This indulgent addition, named Le Chocolat Maxime Frédéric at Louis Vuitton, will grace Marina Bay Sands’ Louis Vuitton Island Maison boutique at B1, offering a decadent rendezvous for chocolate aficionados and luxury enthusiasts alike.

Crafted by acclaimed pastry chef Maxime Frédéric, these artisanal chocolates promise a sensorial journey like no other, featuring meticulously selected ingredients, including hazelnuts sourced from Frédéric’s own farm in Normandy. With its Asian debut slated for February 2024, the opening of this chocolate atelier marks an exclusive venture for the region, elevating Singapore’s culinary landscape.

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While the full range of delectable offerings remains under wraps, patrons can anticipate a tantalizing array of bon bons, potentially adorned with Louis Vuitton’s iconic monogram logos. Additionally, larger chocolate creations inspired by the brand’s whimsical mascot, Vivienne, may also grace the boutique’s shelves. Drawing inspiration from Louis Vuitton’s existing chocolate establishments in France, connoisseurs may also be treated to chocolate-infused cakes and pastries.

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