Lemon Macaron Lemon Macaron
With which tea to associate the lemon macaron?
The FAUCHON lemon macaron is renowned for its perfect balance between the refreshing acidity of lemon and the subtle sweetness of pastry. Here are some suggested tea-macaron pairings to enhance this delicious treat:
With lemon, it is recommended to select a green tea, reputed to accompany light desserts. Choose a delicate and fresh green tea to highlight the freshness of the lemon macaron. To reinforce the lemony aromas of the macaron, you can opt for a lemon tea. Choose a tea that highlights the lively and tangy notes of lemon for an even more intense taste experience.
Mint tea, whether green or peppermint, can bring a pleasant freshness that goes well with the acidity of lemon. This combination can create a refreshing and invigorating taste experience.
You can also indulge in a delicate floral tea, such as our rose or orange blossom tea, can complement the aromas of the lemon macaron by adding a fragrant and subtle note. This combination can give an elegant and delicate dimension to your tasting.
Finally, an infusion with chamomile, with its sweet and soothing flavor, can offer an interesting contrast with the acidity of lemon. This combination can create a balanced and relaxing taste experience for a tasting at the end of the day.
How do I store my lemon macaron?
To preserve the taste and freshness of this pastry jewel, keep your macaron away from a source of moisture. FAUCHON Hazelnut macarons can be stored for 5 days after the shipment of your order, cool, ideally at 2-5 degrees.
With what gustatory agreement can we marry the lemon macaron?
The Fauchon lemon macaron, with its acidulous and refreshing flavor, can be wonderfully accompanied by a variety of taste pairings to create delicious combinations. Here are some pairing suggestions to enhance the lemon macaron:
Red fruits such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries are natural companions of the lemon macaron. Their sweetness and acidity perfectly complement the tangy flavor of lemon, creating a tonic and fruity taste experience. For a gourmet fruit carpaccio, you can crumble a macaron on top.
You can also combine your lemon macaron with a sweet shortbread. With its sandy texture and buttery taste, it can be an excellent base to accompany the lemon macaron and to add a crunchy note and a rich flavor.