If you are inclined to romanticism you could acknowledge the aroma of caramelized butter as the distinctive fragrance of Paris. Butter is undeniably the cornerstone of the French cuisine, and nothing is more quintessentially French than croissants pûr beurre. When you take a bite of a genuine croissant you make a mess: it crumbles in your hands on it’s way to your mouth and wayward flakes catch in your beard or bosom as the crispy outer layers give way and the soft, buttery inside is revealed.
There is such a fine art to croissant-making that we thought it a fool’s errand to try to replicate the process outside of France. So we went straight to the source and bring the most authentic French croissants here direct from Paris.Each croissant weighs approximately 50 grams