Confiture Parisienne joined forces with the nostalgic Parisian design house Antoinette Poisson to create this original recipe paying homage to Louis XV's favourite mistress Madame Pompadour (whose birth name was Antoinette Poisson btw). For her, Louis XV ordered his finest pastry chefs to create the most delicious dessert imaginable. Originally, 'Puits d’Amour' ('well of love', in English) was a pastry with a jam heart but this original recipe has long been lost,and today the pastry is prepared with pastry cream. Until Confiture Parisienne unearthed the secret to this fabulous recipe! Box design by Antoinette Poisson.
All Confiture Parisienne jams are prepared by hand and cooked in copper cauldrons in their multi-tasking laboratory/ café/ shop in Paris using ingredients harvested from the Paris region where possible, and sugars sourced from the South of France.
Redcurrant - Raspberry - Violet