The Ice Cream Paris
Good news ! David Wesmaël, Meilleur Ouvrier de France and creator of Glacerie Paris is also the new creative director of Maison Le Roux. On this occasion, he announces a new collection on the theme of Brittany with audacious creations such as the Sundae de l’Armorique, the Breizhdaé, consisting of a Breton puck, a scoop of Ribot & kasha milk ice cream, a strawberry sorbet from Plougastel with seawater, all coated with Maison Le Roux salted butter caramel and topped with an opaline of dark chocolate, seasoned with fleur de sel from Guérande.
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To the mother of the family
To change classic flavours, A la Mère de Famille offers black sesame ice cream from Japan with an intense taste of hazelnut and toasted bread.
The executive pastry chef of Maison Kayser, Sébastien Senaille, has imagined frozen recipes without colorings or preservatives with traditional flavours: Vanilla, Pistachio, Coffee, Chocolate for the ice creams and Lemon, Mango and Raspberry for the 90% sorbets. fruits.
Halfway between millefeuille and stracciatella, Pierre Marcolini has imagined a collection of ice creams and sorbets in which he has slipped thin sheets of chocolate. And for even more indulgence, most of the flavors in this Frissons collection are also accompanied by gourmet coulis such as coconut sorbet, raspberry coulis and milk chocolate sheet.
Hugo & Victor
At Hugo & Victor, chef Hugues Pouget offers recipes of great naturalness with intense flavors. In addition to the flavors of wild raspberry, strawberry with blackcurrant lemon zest, lemon, lime, passion fruit, vine peach, grapefruit and the chef’s signature flavor: Montezuma (mango & passion fruit with sweet spices), the chef offers a Verbena sorbet du Jardin, picked from its Loiret garden.
The specialist in genuine fruit puree in sticks, Emki Pop bites into fresh seasonal fruit but also regressive delicacies such as hazelnut praline with feuillantine biscuit or milk chocolate with caramelized almonds.
The Frosted Factory
In addition to delicious pots of artisanal ice cream, cones filled to the tip, La Fabrique Givrée offers big kifs, frozen pastries such as Carabombe made up of different layers of Breton shortbread, caramel ice cream with cream and fleur de sel, runny caramel, vanilla-tonka ice cream and caramelized almonds.
The Baker of the Tower
The Boulanger de La Tour Triporteur returns to its place at the foot of the mythical La Tour d’Argent restaurant, quai de La Tournelle, with David Wesmaël’s ice creams and sorbets to be enjoyed in a cone or in a pot, accompanied by pecans or almonds .
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Mustache Ice Cream
Nantes, Carnac, Gruissan, Paris Le Marais, Arcachon, Tours, Lagny-sur-Marne, Vence, Avignon, Quiberon… Les Glaces Mustache de Saint-Malo are expanding their territory with their artisanal ice creams made from fresh quality ingredients. Among the 140 flavours, 11 new flavors and frozen pastry recipes such as Opéra, Paris-Brest, Nantes Cake… and 500 ml pots to share.
It is on board the La Felicità train, named for the occasion Dolci Vita, that the Big Mamma teams serve desserts, ice creams and sorbets guaranteed without additives and always homemade, with authentic flavors, prepared with quality raw products, all whipped up with Cattabriga aka the ultimate Italian ice cream machine to accompany with homemade spread, silky caramel, crispy caramelized popcorn or pretzels.
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The ice creams arrive at Monoprix with a very gourmet selection of perfectly creamy Italian ice creams such as the Tiramisu ice cream from Grom or the double chocolate ice cream with Fiordilatte and chocolate shavings from Remeo. And for lighter delicacies, we choose yogurt ice cream from California Bliss or organic sorbet sticks from Monoprix.
Extreme, the ice cream bar
It opens tomorrow, May 11 for 4 weeks of ultra-fresh treats. The Extrême ice cream bar offers to create the ice cream of your dreams from 4 essential flavors, 15 soft or crunchy toppings and 9 fruity, chocolate or caramel sauces.
Extreme pop-up store, from May 11 to June 5, 2022 – 51 rue de Turenne, Paris III
Cover visual © Thierry Malty for La Glacerie Paris