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Those with a sweet tooth have something to celebrate this Christmas. The Phoenicia Culinary Institute has been cooking up a whole host of festive treats for the winter menu, created by French pastry chef Laurent Allereau.Shared during a club tasting event Wednesday, the new offerings aim to put a fresh twist on traditional classics, blending familiar flavors with dashes of experimentation. Launched alongside the tasting was the new Phoenicia Gourmet range, featuring handmade treats, cookies, chocolates and orange blossom macaroons, all neatly packaged to enjoy at home or for the perfect gift during the festive season.Formed in April 2017, the institute aims to bring the Phoenicia's culinary expertise to a new generation of chefs, both professional and amateur.
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