Douceurs Ladurée… for Maison et Objet visitors

Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet Visitors

Douceurs Ladurée… for Maison et Objet visitors
Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet visitors
This tiny little pastry has become one of the most famous in the world from day to night. Why is that? Maybe it’s because of their delicious flavor or simply because of their stunning bright colors. We have to admit, all of us like to see them on the patisseries’ windows. This tiny divine perfection is allegedly of French origins and the legend says they were a favorite from Queen Marie Antoinette. Who knew we would share tastes with royalty! The Macarons’ batter has a merengue consistence and it’s fresh, airy and soft to the taste.
Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet visitors
Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet visitors
Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet visitors
When talking about French Macarons one can’t forget the famous LADURÉE boutique/patisserie/bakery.  They have the most tasting, delightful and gorgeous pastries there just waiting heavenly for their next prey! This boutique opened its doors in 1862 with Louis Ernest Ladurée, a man with a great eye and vision that settled in the luxury district. Ladurée cakes are indubitably the most exquisite and wonderful in all Paris and even France!
Douceurs Ladurée... for Maison et Objet visitors
Ladurée Macarons

Other main streams believe the Macarons came originally from the Arabic worlds and then were adapted. But history aside they are a wonderful detail for you to add to a tea party, or to a coffee with friends.  At KOKET team we do have a sweet teatime and sometimes our afternoon break is shared alongside this tasty pastries.
Paris colorful Macarons
Our suggestion? Get the most out of the colors available and make a ravishing and colorful pyramid or another form to make your tea even more exquisite and fun, and don´t forget to buy an exotic tea to go with it, Janet brought some delicious teas from Asia and we have been trying them one my one… Tip: try as many as you can next week if you’re visiting Maison et Objet show in Paris. We sure will!

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