Best In-Flight Dessert

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  1. RestlessLocationSyndrome
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    RestlessLocationSyndrome Silver Member

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    What is the best in-flight dessert you've ever had?

    I'll admit that I've only been on a handful of premium class (business/first) international flights (where most would agree that the best food is served) but I recently enjoyed a great dessert on NH6 from NRT-LAX. ANA recently started working with Pierre Herme on their dessert menu which changes each month. If you don't know who he is, or if the name rings a bell, he is well known for his macarons which I enjoyed earlier this year in Paris.

    For September, the featured dessert is the Ispahan which is based on one of his creations with the same name. The Ispahan is: Lychees, raspberry coulis and sorbet, rose-flavored mascarpone custard, Ispahan diamond shortbread.

    This was easily the best in-flight dessert I've ever had and luckily got a second helping. Hopefully they'll have these Pierre Herme desserts around the next time I fly ANA premium class.

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    I think this speaks for me, and other economy flyers! :p
     
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    I do like UA's (old CO's) Ice Cream Sundaes... but I have to admit, this sounds WAY better....
     
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    http://www.caesarwave.com/<-- just make sure sobore that no one tries to pass off a "Caesarwave" as a Toblerone, if you're in southern China.
     

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