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Fauchon, Paris

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Street vendor and wine merchant Auguste Fauchon founded Fauchon in 1886. In 1905, Auguste began selling his wares by catalogue, making them available to epicures all over Europe. The company continued to innovate throughout the 20th century, creating the first flavored teas in the 1960s, and the first flower-petal teas in the 1970s. The gourmet food company now operates retail outlets all over the world, producing tea, chocolate, biscuits, and sweets, among other products. Before you head to Paris, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Paris tour itinerary maker app , to make sure you see all that Paris has to offer, including Fauchon.
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  • It was the first time I ate a palmier quite even. Also had a another dessert of chocolate, like a mousse, but I can't remember the name. Good attendance. The only value that is a bit high. But to go give once.
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  • Earlier, Fauchon was the epitome of finest delicacies. The cheese counter was a "poem". Hundreds of difference ICH ster cheeses were offered for sale. The cheese sommelier has advised and complete even the milk-based delicacy depending on the announced date of consumption in the appropriate maturity level recommended. Meat and Schikenspezialitäten were offered and of course not to forget the many types of oysters. Countless types of bread were available. The corresponding wine was offered for all meals. All of this used to be. Today: a nearly everyday pastry, with extremely high prices. And so another Paris landmark disappeared.
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  • Is a luxury patisserie, have exposed chocolates as if it were a jewelry, everything spotless, bright is a genuine last, cakes had a spectacular PT, we bought 2 eclairs to test them and they were very good t put them in a box as if they were a perfume or a jewel, really I was fascinated with the site but I think you pay that the exclusivity of the site, sites are cheap and maybe just as good half. In short is a spectacular site q recommend pass when you go tourist because that don't see you anywhere but already have very rich candy at best prices at other stores.
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  • Just Amazing , Fashion And Food In One Bite of Sweet Life Tresure
  • High quality foods, with a friendly service.
  • Marvelous and chic chocolate Store in Madeleine Square, Paris.

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