The macaron was born in Italy and brought over to France as early as 1553 by Catherine di Medici, a noblewoman from Florence who married the future King of France, Henri II. The first macarons were very simple cookies made of sugar, almond flour and egg whites. The word macaron is derived from Italian word, macherrone, meaning dough.
Our Macarons have two delicate almond cookies sandwiched around a flavorful ganache. Discover our delicious selection Sweet and Savory!