Plenitude - Full fun from Pierre Herme. Another masterpiece by Pierre hermé. His forty-two years Pierre hermé received several enthusiastic epithets as "the Picasso of desserts" (Vogue), "Emperor's kitchen" (The New York Times), "rolls-Royce of chocolate sensations" (International Herald Tribune), "Pastry king" (Le Nouvel Observateur), "Food&Wine" awarded him the title of "Pastry provocateur", "Paris-Match" speaks of him as "Pastry chef of the avant-garde and the magician of tastes". I was enchanted by the design of this dessert, but the description "Chocolate Macarons, dark chocolate with "Fleur de SEL", mousse and ganache with bitter chocolate and crunchy caramel" haunted. The search for the original prescription did not succeed, but I'm inspired by them, decided to dream up. And that's what happened. The translation sounds like "pleasure, will, consent, fullness, excess". Perhaps it was better to call it "Excess full of pleasure"!