Travel enthusiasts, if you’ve always wanted to visit the United States of America and catch a glimpse of the iconic Statue Of Liberty, then you certainly can. And you don’t even need to leave your home for it. Well, a popular pastry chef has created a giant 7-feet sculpture of the Statue of Liberty out of chocolate. This entirely edible piece will totally take your breath away. Don’t believe us? Read on to know more.
Amaury Guichon Creates Spectacular Chocolate Statue Of Liberty
Amaury Guichon, a celebrity pastry chef from Switzerland has been creating delicious ripples on Instagram. His stunning life0like sculptures from chocolate like a 90kg elephant, chocolate motorcycle or a roaring lion has left netizens awe-struck. Now, on the occasion of the United States’ Independence Day, Amaury Guichon has taken things up a notch. The pastry chef has curated a 7-feet tall majestic chocolate sculpture of the Statue of Liberty.
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Guichon posted a video of the process and the final chocolate statue on his Instagram handle. The video starts by showing the chef create the base of the statue. Later he curates each part of the sculpture intricately. He added a gold leaf to show the flaming torch. Guichon used a whopping 115lbs of chocolate to bring his creation to life. His video has garnered over 439,990 likes and a hoard of reactions.
This Creation Is Very Special For Him & Social Media Users
The chocolate sculpture of the Statue of Liberty has enthralled netizens. One social media user commented “Just breathtaking”. Another one quipped in Okay this is beyond food at this point…you’re an insane sculptor.” But it’s not just for Americans, this creation is also very special for Amaury Guichon himself. In another Instagram post, he revealed that he came to the USA, 8 years ago and became a citizen recently. So, it’s important for him to mark the occasion in a special manner by using a powerful symbol gifted to the USA by the French. Interestingly, did you know India’s Statue of Unity has more visitors than the Statue of Liberty?