French Cake by Bernard Heberle: Thé Citron

My good friend, Bernard Heberle, the owner/chef of Abondance in Hamamatsu City has recently been elected the best patissier in Shizuoka Prefecture (4,000,000 souls) by the biggest Food Blog Community in Japan, namely Tabelog!

He was kind enough to send me his latest creation with the following comments in French:

“Voici le Thé citron
Donc un mousseux a la bergamote sur un pain de Genes a l’earl grey entoure d’un biscuit joconde bicolore
Comme si tu mangeais un Royal milk tea , a ne pas prendre avec un espresso ou autre café…
Bonne dégustation.”

“Here is the Tea Lemon cake
A mousse perfumed with bergamotte on a pain de Genes perfumed with Earl Tea surrounded by bicolour joconde biscuit
Like if you were eating a Royal milk tea, not to be eaten with an expresso or other coffee…
Happy tasting.”

Hope you understand!
In any case another absolute marvel!

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2 thoughts on “French Cake by Bernard Heberle: Thé Citron”

  1. This looks incredible and the description was intriguing. I did some research and from what I gather it looks like a citrus infused mouse on Genoa Bread (an almond cake actually) spiced with Earl Grey tea all of which is sitting on a two color almond sponge cake. Did I get that right?
    I want one!!!

    Bernard is obviously both creative and talented, a nice foodie friend to have…

    Thank You



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