The Honorary Committee is made up of personalities who support our vision, the projects we develop and the commitments we pursue.
The committee shares observations and recommendations.

Each member of the Honorary Committee:

  1. Promotes Maison Chocolat Guérin-Boutron;
  2. Detects development opportunities;
  3. Supports and promotes our humanistic and environmental activities and projects.

His Majesty Nanan Amon N’Douffou V, King of Sanwi (Ivory Coast)

His Royal Highness Prince Sisowath Ravivaddhana Monipong (Cambodia)

Born in 1970 in Cambodia, he is the son of Prince Sisowath Samyl Monipong and Princess Norodom Daravadey.

He will not grow up in his homeland and it was probably a chance in the dark years that will plague the Kingdom of Cambodia with the civil war and the coming of theRed Khmer a little later.

“When Mr. Johann Domas-Conzemius asked me to join the revival of Guérin-Boutron Chocolate, it was with enthusiasm that I accepted. This illustrious House, which provided among others the Dauphin of France, had the ingenious idea at the beginning of the 20th century to create a gallery of celebrities, in which the portrait of my great-great-grandfather, His Majesty King Sisowath (1840-1927) is prominently displayed. who had brought to Europe for the first time our illustrious Royal Ballet, which then took place in front of the amazed eyes of many Parisians, among whom Saint Saens, Debussy, Ravel, Puccini, Cleo de Merode and the sculptor Rodin who then drawn a series of very pretty watercolors.
The idea of combining the image of King Sisowath, gourmet, and a prestigious brand of French chocolate brings back the natural association of nobility and gastronomy for the pleasure of all. “

Count Emmanuel Sauvage de Brantes (France)

Son of Guy Sauvage de Brantes, banker, and Marina Boissevain, Honorary President of CARE France, he is the nephew of Anne-Aymone Giscard d’Estaing (born Sauvage de Brantes) and one of Amy’s Brown descendants (1783-1876), Countess of Issoudun, presumed morganatic wife of Charles-Ferdinand d’Artois.

Graduate in law, political science and information at the French Press Institute, he collaborated from 1988 to 2008 to many media (Daily Radio, Radio Nova, Vogue, France 2, France 3, Point of View, TF1, Paris Première, RFM, RMC, Les Grosses Têtes on RTL, etc …).

He is a co-scenarist for Jet Set and People by Fabien Onteniente.
He served as a model for the character of the jet setter embodied by Lambert Wilson and Rupert Everett.