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Walked by this store on my way back to my hotel and decided I had to go in! I'm so glad I did. They have wonderful tastings of all of their products which makes shopping fun! I left with 3 great things for myself and...More
I discovered this place while visiting Lille, France. It was like paradise. Full of confitures. Different flavors and all. We bought Mango,coco, and white chocolate. So yummy!! I brought it back with me to Canada and ever since I've been trying to find a way...More
I found this place as I was walking down the Marais. I was not planning on buying any honey or jams but I walked in out of curiosity. I went in and started tasting. The staff was really friendly and let us try as many...More
After discovering La Chambre aux Confitures last year we made sure it was on our to-do-list when we returned to Paris earlier on this year to pick up our favourite jar of Figue, Noix and Cognac chutney.
The store is definitely a fun place to...More
Quaint lovely shop in a lovely shopping district, they have pots of tiny spoons so you can try all the jams spreads and chutneys, lovely gift wrapping, and the jam itself is amazing. I bought an aubergine chutney and my boyfriend bought a strawberry and...More
I discovered this store in Oslo, Norway and learned that it's French. You can taste every single jam in their stores. I tasted Orange excotic, Mango, coco, choco and chutney mango and bought all of them. I can say they're no doubt the best jams...More
What a lovely shop full of beautifully packaged jams in an amazing assortment of flavors! Very unique flavor combinations such as raspberry and violet, and other like chocolate and coconut. Would love to have picked up more, but could not carry with me on my...More
I walked by several times in the Marais district thinking that it would be more of a tourist shop, but decided to go in with my wife and daughter back in August. There are so many types of confitures to choose from and we tasted...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.