Warning: This dessert is not meant to be eaten, or baked, by the faint of heart!! Created by Marcel Desaulniers of The Trellis restaurant in Williamsburg, this recipe takes a big commitment to make, but the payoff is worthwhile. I have not made it yet myself, but I have eaten it...many times...and the interplay of all those rich, chocolaty flavors is divine. Be forewarned that, in addition to standard kitchen equipment, you will also need an electric mixer, a 9x1 1/2 inch cake pan, and a 9x3 inch springform pan, and 9 inch cardboard cake circles. A double boiler and a pastry bag with decorating tips will make the process go smoother, but they can be improvised. If you are planning on serving this for dinner, you will want to start working on it that morning, or even better, make it a day or two before and wrap it up in the fridge. You can also mix the different layers and then set them aside over a period of several days to break it up so that it isn't quite as overwhelming. Recipe from "Death by Chocolate: the last word on a consuming passion" by Marcel Desaulniers.