What if Easter wasn't just for kids?
For the Easter weekend, Oceania hotels are uniting forces with the best chocolate makers in your region to delight your taste buds!
In the Escale Oceania Biarritz,come and taste the chocolates of the Maison Pariès, the last house of chocolate makers in Bayonne, with pure cocoa butter chocolates...
In the Oceania Brest Centre, taste the delicious chocolate of La Chocolaterie, producer and craftsman of Cocoa whose factory is located in Landerneau (29).
The Oceania Le Jura Dijon will make you discover the chocolate sweets of the Pâtisserie chocolaterie Manière, a family business from father to son with unique know-how!
In Orléans, the hotel collaborates with the chocolate maker Sébastien Papion, to honour chocolate and the "house" know-how.
In Paris, the Oceania Roissy CDG, will make you discover the chocolates made by the Chocolaterie Tostain based in Claye-Souilly (77).
In the Oceania Saint-Malo, it is the famous Gaël Redouté, specialised in pastry cooking, chocolate, confectionery and delicacies that will delight you!
La biscuiterie de Quimper, the last biscuit factory to make the famous lace crepe, has a selection of chocolate sweets in store for you at the Escale and the Oceania de Quimper.
In the Oceania Le Métropole Montpellier, come and taste the chocolates of Céline & Didier, chocolate makers for 3 generations.
Finally, at the Escale de Vannes, we are very happy to collaborate and to put forward the chocolates of Alain Chartier, craftsman of taste and best worker in France!
And for even more pleasure, our teams have another surprise in store for you... They have hidden a basket full of chocolates in 5 randomly chosen rooms!
Be the lucky gourmet, find one of the 5 baskets filled with delicious chocolates made by our favourite chocolate makers and win 1 night free on your next stay**!
Try your luck, by booking your Easter weekend in one of the participating hotels with the code CHOCOLAT.
Finally, for those who celebrate Easter at home and the traditional egg hunt in the garden... We share with you a very chocolatey recipe idea that is sure to please young and old alike!
Old fashioned hot chocolate
Realised by "La Chocolaterie" - Landerneau
Preparation for one person (equivalent to one mug)
- Quality Cocoa
- Whole milk for creaminess or semi-skimmed if you prefer it lighter
1- Heat 25 cl of milk in a saucepan over a low heat (oat or almond milk for amateurs).
2 - Add 2 or 3 teaspoons of chocolate powder and whisk until you have a nice chocolate colour.
3 - Then pour your hot chocolate into a cup.
4 - Depending on your taste, you can sprinkle a few chocolate shavings, mini marshmallows, or a cloud of whipped cream for a "Viennese effect".
Let the magic of old fashioned hot chocolate work!