Jelly "Puit d'Amour" - Collaboration Antoinette Poisson
Confiture Parisienne and Antoinette Poisson get together thanks to the original creation of a jam. Indeed, Antoinette Poisson was the name of the Pompadour, favorite of Louis XV. So then, louis XV had ordered for her the most tasty desserts conceivable from his best pastry chefs. It was the "Well of Love", a cake with in its heart the best jam ever imagined at the time.
The secret has been forgotten as the “Puits d’Amour” is made today with cream pastry. Forgotten until the Confiture Parisienne found the secret of this wonderful recipe never updated since Louis XV. So what? So then this jam re-emerges in the form of a unique collaboration.
Composition : jelly of currant, raspberry and violet.
About Confiture Parisienne
Made with passion in the now famous jam-workshop located Avenue Daumesnil in Paris. We appreciate their craft know-how: Rare, seasonal fruits, zero chemicals and only unrefined cane sugar. Their cooking in small quantities is monitored to the ready degree in copper pots so that the cooking is uniform and the fruits can give back all their aromas. The jam is delicately poured with a ladle into pots enamelled in white so as not to let the light through. In short, we love, we love, and you?
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