Artisans at Bon Appétit Box
Experience some of France’s most beloved artisan food craftsmen, featured in every Bon Appétit Box.
ARTISAN: ANIS DE FLAVIGNY (www.anis-flavigny.com)
The Anis de Flavigny originated during the Roman era, when a traveler brought the aniseed to France. During the 8th century, monks in the Flavigny abbey conceived the idea of covering the seed with sugar. Today, in the very same abbey, 30 passionate confectioners continue to preserve this unique preparation, which has been passed down through generations.
Prepared for centuries by pouring warm sugar syrup on an anise seed, these delightful sweets are flavored with natural mint extract. These delicious candies serve as a refreshing treat during the day, or to end a meal with elegance.
Read our exclusive interview with the owner and discover all the Artisans of our Café Gourmand Box.
ARTISAN: L’ÉPICURIEN (www.epicurien.com)
In 1982, Bernard Le Gulvout, a renowned artisan jam-maker, settled in Languedoc-Roussillon to create his exclusive and flavorful products. Today, l’Épicurien offers authentic culinary delights that stem from this unparalleled expertise. The family-run business uses only fresh vegetables to create their tasty delicacies, ensuring the best taste and quality.
From its creamy texture, to its warm and mildly spicy flavor, everything about this rich medley says Provence! Spread generously on toast during the Apéritif time, or cap a fresh fish fillet to spice up your dish.
Discover all the Artisans and find Epicurean products in our Provence Apéritif Box.
ARTISAN: ROUGIÉ (www.rougie.us)
Rougié was founded in 1875, in a small medieval town called Sarlat, in the beautiful Périgord region. Rougié’s expertise has been passed through generations, making the brand a staple favorite within French epicurean culture. With emphasis on quality, and the tradition of farm-raising, Rougié continues honoring the family’s authentic, excellent recipes.
Elevate your culinary experience by pairing this flavorful Pâté with crunchy Cornichons or a touch of Mustard. Or try the traditional French pairing of creamy rillettes with crunchy cornichons.
Discover all the Artisans of our Paris Apéritif Box.