AMANDE DE PROVENCE AU NOUGAT
In a region famed for both its almonds and its soft nougat, a Provençal nougat master one day planted an almond (“amande”) tree in his garden, creating this unique recipe that combines all the flavours from the South of France. One bite and you’ll be hooked.
BERLINGOT À L’ANCIENNE
A hard candy prepared with candied fruits, these pyramids reveal gorgeous ribbons streaked with white. It was created in Carpentras in the 14th Century but wasn’t sold as a confection until 1840. You’ll love your first taste of these “ancient” sweets.
BONBON A LA VIOLETTE
This candy from Toulouse has a very floral flavor and fragrance, which makes for a unique candy experience. Once you will have tasted it, you will not be able to stop eating it!
BONBON ORANGE-CITRON
Discover those little candies in shape of citrus and orange segments. Crunchy baked sugar reveals a sour taste of lemon and orange.
CALISSON
This soft candy is made with preserved orange peel, crushed almonds and crystallized melon. At the 15th Century wedding of René D’Anjou and Jeanne Laval, a famous pastry chef gave a calisson to the future queen, who smiled at the taste of this Provençal treat. Rumour has it that she had never smiled before.
CARAMEL
Forget what you think you know about this sticky treat. Originating in the Roman Empire, caramel has risen to the level of art in France. Each bite carries a hint of either fruity plums (“mirabelle”) or nutty pistachio. You may never want to eat “ordinary” caramel again.
CHIQUE
These pyramid-shaped lollipops will carry you back to childhood. A hard candy prepared with candied fruits, these pyramids reveal gorgeous ribbons streaked with white. You’ll love your first taste of these “ancient” sweets.
COUCOUGNETTE
Dark chocolate wraps around caramelized almonds in a treat with a cheeky name. A speciality from Pau, these bonbons with a chewy exterior are rumoured to give a person sexual power and were a favourite of King Henry IV. With 54 mistresses and 24 children, he may have proved the rumour true!
LANIÈRE DE GUIMAUVE
These delicate strips of marshmallow (“guimauve”) redefine what a marshmallow can be. Once marshmallows were produceable by machine, these cloud-soft mixtures became more widespread and ever more popular. Find your favourite flavour among orange blossom, raspberry, lemon, anise and violet.
MINI COEUR EN PATE D'AMANDE
Marzipan figurines have delighted taste buds in France and Italy since the Middle Ages.

Share these heart-shaped marzipan figurines with your lover for a very sweet and passionate moment!
NOUGAT ONCTUEUX
Made from eggs, honey, almonds and spices, nougat arrived in France in the 16th Century. It is a speciality of Provence traditionally served at Christmas. Legend has it that the word “nougat” comes from the French expression “tu nous gâtes”, meaning “you spoil us.” We offer four varieties that will spoil you: the creamy original from Montélimar, violet, figs and cinnamon, and lavender flower.
PÂTE D'AMANDE
Behold these artful figures hand-moulded from marzipan (“pâte d’amande”). They may look sugary but are not too sweet. With the natural sweetness of crushed almonds, honey, spices and rose water, marzipan figurines have delighted taste buds in France and Italy since the Middle Ages.
PERLE MYRTILLE-FRAMBOISE
Originally from the Alps, these small pearls of hard candy have delighted generations of French people and will now seduce your taste buds with their fruty taste and light sourness.
PÉTALES DE FLEUR CRISTALLISÉE
The rose has inspired culinary creativity for centuries, leading to rose syrup, rose water and rose tea. Once confectioners discovered a way to preserve the rose petals themselves, they began to experiment with crystallised sugar. Try the “crystallised rose petal” of the French Riviera, an undeniably beautiful piece of edible art.
PRALINE ROSE
This is a must-try as it is the oldest candy in France’s confectionery tradition. Each piece is an almond covered in hard pink sugar. The name comes from the Count of Plessis-Praslin whose cook created it. The recipe that originated in Montargis has not changed for centuries.
ROUDOUDOU
This candy reminds good memories to many adults in France. Very popular in the 70's, children used to love licking the sugar inside the shell. Try it, it might bring out your inner child!
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