This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces

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This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces

 

This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces


Many dream of a professional retraining, but few really dare to take the plunge. But when we see the marvels of pastries made by former boxer Renat Agzamov, we say to ourselves that it would have been a shame to miss out on such a talent.

He is a real star coveted by entrepreneurs, politicians and celebrities in Moscow, Russia. Its cakes stand out from traditional pastries by their extravagant and over-sized appearance; creativity in great demand for weddings, birthdays and other ceremonies.

For Renat Agzamov, pastry making is a family affair that he shares with his brother and grandmother. He started cooking school at the age of 15 before suddenly quitting to support his family and embarking on a sports career. Not forsaking his love for pastry, he later made the choice to train as a pastry chef in Moscow, allowing him to develop his skills and become the chef he is today.

To date, Renat runs his own business and is associated with Fili Baker, one of the largest pastry companies in Russia. He is at the head of more than 100 people with well-defined positions to achieve the most beautiful and delicious sculptures possible. To perfect his techniques, Renet regularly trains in France alongside big names in the profession.

With such a keen eye for detail and aesthetics, this Russian pastry chef with an unusual background achieves feats for which some can spend more than € 180,000 (and we are not talking about calories). And if you want to find out more, visit Renat's Instagram account , already followed by 2.6 million subscribers.

This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces

This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces

This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces






This Former Boxing Champion Has Become The King Of Creative Mounted Pieces














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