This has been a sponsored post but all expressions and experiences are that of my own.
While walking about in Las Vegas ARIA hotel you’ll surely notice the Jean Philippe Patisserie. It looks like a cross between a Chihuly glass exhibit with a wild dream of enchantingly creative desserts. The shop is itself an attraction, but the divine look and taste of the pastries are what keep people coming back and giving acclaimed 5-star ratings (search for yourself, so many people say it’s by far the best pastries they’ve ever tasted). Lucky for us they’re sharing an Infographic on The Anatomy of a Pastry, a full breakdown in particular of their raspberry tart which is one of their most popular pastries. It’s great to learn from the best, and they’re sharing this in such an easy to follow yet stunning layout makes me appreciate it even more. I’m looking forward to trying this out over the coming weeks, let me know if you too give it a shot.
Raspberry tarts and berry desserts as a whole have been a favorite for me and our whole family for years. I’ve used a lot of fresh berries but am really inspired by the raspberry purée in the picture, what a color! The pistachio mousseline has the perfect green to go along with it, and those two flavor combinations have me salivating as we speak.
On our last couple of trips to Vegas, we made it a point to spend a lot of time at ARIA hotel. Just walking up to the grounds we’re swept away by the futuristic yet tasteful design. I feel like I’ve transported to Dubai, or somewhere that is ten steps ahead and fearless to take chances with architecture, style, and design. There’s an energy about the hotel, its shops, casino and pool unlike anywhere else (that’s saying a lot for a lively place like Vegas). I haven’t yet been to the nightlife at ARIA but after reading about JEWEL nightclub and seeing pics of the place it is on my list for sure, it’s gorgeous. I’m dead-set on going to Jean Philippe Patisserie and can’t wait to do so much more at ARIA.