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Christmas pastries, sweets from FAUCHON

Christmas log, macaroon, marron glacé... Christmas also rhymes with pastries! Christmas pastries allow you to punctuate your days with moments of greediness. Go for FAUCHON macaroons and pastry logs.
If you are looking for exceptional products, FAUCHON opens the doors of its delicatessen. FAUCHON is an internationally renowned gourmet caterer. You will find all the gustatory pleasures of a large luxury grocery store. Between sweet or savoury groceries and a cellar offering great vintages, you will be spoilt for choice.


The pastry log, a traditional Christmas pastry

The pastry log is the essential dessert of a traditional Christmas meal. FAUCHON offers many Christmas logs with different flavors and surprising textures: praline, chocolate, coffee, fruit... FAUCHON also offers iced logs, a resolutely modern dessert; it will seduce those who prefer to end the meal with a touch of freshness. All FAUCHON's Christmas logs are also created for the delight and surprise of the eyes.

The macaron from FAUCHON, an original Christmas pastry

FAUCHON macarons are delicious and so varied! They are ideal Christmas pastries to offer to those we love, and they are a change from traditional chocolates. With their bright colors, FAUCHON macarons are as pretty to look at as they are tasty. Opt for an assortment of creamy macarons with caramel, chocolate, praline or coffee, unless you prefer fruity macarons with lemon, raspberry or pistachio, or the new flavor of this end of year: the brown-ripe macaron!

The incomparable refinement of marrons glacés

Making marron glacé is a particularly long and delicate operation. The main thing is the glaze and the melting texture of the chestnut. This is why this confectionery is so refined. FAUCHON perpetuates the tradition with marrons glacés of the highest quality. For the Christmas holidays, offer a gift of choice to your favorite gourmets: opt for a box or case of marrons glacés!

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