Parisian Festive Candies (Set of 3)
A sweet surprise.
Maison Boissier is one of Paris’ most famous candy makers. These tiny fruit-full candies (in ripe apricot, delicate pear, and punchy raspberry) were invented by Bélisaire Boissier, more than 150 years ago. Founded in 1827, this Parisian candy and chocolate shop was one of Victor Hugo’s favorites! And now you can savor the very same treats wherever you are. The charming tins make a great keepsake for small treasures, too.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Filling: fruit pulp 54% (sugar, apple pulp, glucose syrup, acid citric, pectin, and flavoring (raspberry or pear or apricot).
Sugar coating: acacia gum, rice starch, and coloring (tartrazine, indigo-carmine or titanium dioxide).
Set includes three boxes (1.75" D x 2.5" H).
Care & Notes +-
Keep in a dry cool place.
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