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o Architecture of taste: We find the characteristic flavors of this Moroccan pastry: the roundness and slight bitterness of the almond, the sweetness and scent of creamy honey, associated with the deliciousness of the flaky praline. A delicious contrast of textures: the crispness of the caramelized filo pastry and the flaky toasted almond praline contrasts with the creaminess of the honey and the almond and honey cream. o Almonds: Fruit of the almond tree and native to the south, the almond exists in two forms: sweet or bitter. Sweet almond is a key element of Western pastries and comes in multiple forms: slivered, whole, powder, cream or paste. The almonds used come from the Atlas, a mountainous massif in North Africa peaking at 4167m, which extends over three countries: Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. o Praline: Mixture of roasted dried fruits and caramelized sugar, ground into a creamy paste. o Orange tree honey: Made from the nectar of orange blossoms, this honey is characterized by its golden color, its aromatic power and its creaminess. Its flavor is delicate and fruity: we perceive the subtle and characteristic scent of orange blossom, with a slightly tangy aftertaste which gives it a nice balance. o M'Hancha: Traditional Maghreb pastry in the shape of a coiled snake (the term mhancha comes from an Arabic word meaning serpentine). M'Hancha is generally composed of caramelized pastilla leaves, filled with toasted almonds and topped with honey. It is among the best-known Algerian and Moroccan pastries, alongside gazelle horns, baklavas, mkharquas and other delights of North African cuisine. o La Mamounia: 5-star palace opened in 1923 located in the heart of Marrakech, facing the Atlas Mountains, and considered a mythical place in the city, in the same way as the Majorelle garden or the Jemaa el-Fna square. Both timeless and wildly modern, radiant and intimate, oriental and open to the world, luxurious and authentic, mythical and vibrant, La Mamounia is everything at the same time. In 2020, the “Grande Dame de Marrakech” was renovated under the leadership of the architectural firm Jouin Manku. It has since unveiled a new catering offer to customers, notably Le Menzeh, a tea room by Pierre Hermé, which uses the principle of Moroccan lounges with their benches which run along the walls and face each other. A setting of elegance and refinement to taste exclusive sweet creations..
Information & Orders :
Pierre Hermé products are only available in Morocco.
  • - Marrakech : Free delivery starting from 1000 MAD of purchases.
  • - Casablanca and Rabat : Free delivery starting from 2800 MAD of purchases.
  • The Pierre Hermé shop at La Mamounia welcomes you from Monday to Sunday between 10 am and 8 pm.
  • For all other information requests, please contact us by :
  • Phone : + 212 524 388 689
  • E-mail : boutiquepierreherme@mamounia.com

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"La Mamounia is an oasis of calm, luxury and pleasure far from the bustle of the city"