These new cookie treats are great. I had had one of these in Paris last month and had brought the wrapper home to see if I could buy them in the states. Then saw them as a new item at Noemi’s. Going to have to order more
Noémie's Pantry box was an absolute delight!! There was something for my entire family to enjoy!! The big hit are the rose & lemon flavored mints!! Great gift!!!
I purchased this as a gift for a much deserving friend. She is long overdue for a trip to Paris and I wanted to give her a taste of France to brighten her day. She was delighted with the selection and the quality of the products. She's already planning her next purchase because she was so impressed with this introduction to Noemie's Pantry.
This box was the perfect introduction to the wonderful items in Noemie's Pantry. The Rose Cookies are perfect with my afternoon glass of wine. The St. Michel Sea Salt Galettes were a hit with the entire family and I will need to hide the next box of them very securely. The flavor is similar to a cookie, but the sharpness of the sea salt is a welcome one that sets off the tone beautifully. My daughter and I are both enjoying the tins of candies. Each flavor is very nice and the anise seed in the middle is satisfying when it is reached. I have always loved the St Michel Caramel Palmers, so those were not long for being in the house. I was a bit unsure about the Sundried Tomato Spread, but it is a grand snack on crackers after work or school. Savory enough to heighten the taste buds, but not overly spiced. It also pairs nicely with a bit of sharp cheese. Overall, the box was curated in a manner that hit many aspects of different flavors, a bit of savory and sweet, and very well balanced.
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These elegant pink sweets are crispy, lady fingers cookies covered by a thin layer of caster sugar. They date back to the 1690s when bakers...