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Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse Munich: First manufactory in Germany

Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse Munich: First manufactory in Germany

Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse has opened its first chocolate manufactory in Munich, in the lively square of the famous Viktualienmarkt. This location brings a special atmosphere to the Bavarian capital that guests and locals alike will appreciate.

The Munich manufactory was designed in the same architectural style as its Parisian sister and combines industrial design with a modern, cozy atmosphere. This appealing ambience will delight guests and invite them to linger.

Wide range of chocolate specialties

The varied assortment of Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse is extensive and offers something for every taste: chocolates, chocolate bars, chocolate spreads and many other delicacies are waiting to be discovered. Chocolate lovers will especially appreciate the artisanal craftsmanship that goes into many of the specialties on offer.

Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse Munich
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Handicraft manufacturing directly on site

Many of the chocolate specialties on offer are made directly in the Munich factory. Interested visitors can watch the chocolatiers prepare these delicacies and thus gain an insight into the craftsmanship behind the tempting creations.

The opening of the manufactory in Munich is a significant milestone for the growth of Maison Ducasse in Europe. Following successful developments in France, Japan, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom, the Munich-based manufactory is making a significant contribution to the expansion of the renowned company.

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Munich as an entry into the German market

Alain Ducasse chose Munich as his first step into the German market because of the country’s spirit of freedom, its rich gastronomic tradition and the dynamism of its agriculture. The Bavarian capital provides an ideal backdrop for Maison Ducasse’s sophisticated chocolate creations.

The connection to Tantris

In recent years, Alain Ducasse has had several opportunities to visit Munich and meet his friends and colleagues at the renowned Tantris restaurant. These experiences deepened his love for the city and its culinary scene, making the decision to open a manufactory here even more obvious.

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