This month, we couldn't resist presenting you with an ultra-local delicacy made in L'Isle sur la Sorgue: “Le Bisou de L'ISLE”!
Fresh out of the Maison Cauet laboratory, we went to eat without further ado. A moment of tenderness that we will not soon forget... We make you salivate below!
Historically located in the heart of L'Isle sur la Sorgue, Xavier's parents had this large and beautiful bakery opposite the Collegiate Church. An institution for the Islois, a great discovery for visitors. Smells and flavors are intertwined, Xavier's apprenticeship is underway, he becomes passionate and makes it his job. Having been together for many years, Xavier and Pascale, his wife, opened their pastry shop on the quays, on the banks of the Sorgue. An address that clearly deserves a stop.
When you make an appointment with Xavier, here's the first thing he says to you: “Above all, don't have too much breakfast! ”. The frame is set. We have water in our mouth! Indeed, the recipe is generous, delicious, creamy and subtle at the same time. A fair balance of flavors that makes this kiss a real moment of tenderness. It is an almond-hazelnut shortbread of incredible finesse with a sweet praline at its core. The chemistry of these chords is absolutely successful.
Find the Cauet House at 26 Quai Jean Jaurès in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue (84800)
We could not write these few lines without talking to you about the “Perles du Ventoux”. The news is hot for these grape grains macerated in fine Muscat or in Marc de Châteauneuf-du-Pape, all coated with a thin layer of 68% chocolate. The game of textures is original and the desire to please is evident through this candy. White or red grape variety version, to suit everyone's taste. So, advice to all epicureans, you will find your happiness among the wide range of at Cauet! Go for it!
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