Antoinette Poisson was the name of the Pompadour, favorite of Louis XV. So what? 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. Since its recipe is a secret, it will be necessary to discover it by delicately unpacking the paper created especially for this occasion by Antoinette Poisson.
Confiture Parisienne is born from the meeting of two enthusiasts girls. Laura, a passionate of new tastes and founder of a Berlin restaurant, and Nadège, a passionate of ceramics and culinary history. From this meeting around a snack is born the idea of creating an exceptional jam with a packaging as beautiful as its container would be good.
Antoinette Poisson is a Parisian company of creation and editing of dominated wallpapers, handmade in the respect of the techniques of the 18th century. In their workshop, located in an intimate courtyard in the heart of the former artisan district of Paris, the custom-made custom-made papers are drawn, printed on one sheet, hand-painted or stencilled and assembled using the same techniques than the dominotier masters.
« There is jam that is spread and There is the jam that is eaten with the spoon »... This jam is so particular that you can taste with a little spoon.
Ingredients: Currant, raspberry, cane sugar, natural violet aroma, natural pectin. Keep refrigerated after opening and eat quickly. For 100g : fruit used 60g. Made in France