The Stohrer House revisits the legendary rum baba invented by Nicolas Stohrer, by providing a variation that offers satisfaction of place to a seasonal fruit: strawberries.
On a stupendous summer time afternoon, you might be strolling down the very energetic Rue de Montorgueil. That is the right alternative to go to Pâtisserie Stohrer, the oldest pastry store in France, which has been in Paris since 1730!
Listed within the stock of historic monuments, the store is known for having seen the beginning of the legendary rum baba, invented by Nicolas Stohrer. This summer time, Pastry Chef Jeffrey Cagnes performed the sport of reinterpreting a traditional, and affords a contemporary and summery model of the well-known baba: the strawberry baba.
Composed of a traditional baba combination, soaked in white rum and wild strawberry liqueur, this pastry is full of vanilla cream and a brunoise of mara des bois strawberries and at last lined with a mara des bois glaze.
An unique, recent and gourmand creation which is added to the good classics of the home that are the plain rum baba, the rum baba garnished with Chantilly cream and the Ali-Baba with currants.
♡Paris Choose’s favorite: the classics of the home can be found in desserts to share, for 4 to 10 individuals, for an much more convivial dessert!
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