Press Coverage of French Your Day at Le Palais des Thés – July 2013

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“On my recent trip to France, I discovered these beautiful, little pastries called canelés while at the famous Les Halles – Paul Bocuse in Lyon, and was so excited to see them at this event. The traditional flavor is rum, but Céline of Canelé by Céline has really taken them to the next level, offering incredible twists such as vanilla, orange, caramel, dark chocolate, and my new favorite…TRUFFLE! I got to speak with her for a bit, and you could sense how passionate she was about sharing such a tasty pastry with US consumers. She may be one of the few people to make savory canelés, and I am so glad she does!” – Miss Menu NYC

“The  canelé from Canelé by Celine were absolutely divine. A chewy caramelized crust on outside, with melting softness on the inside. Heaven! My two favorites are the dark chocolate, and black truffle. I adore black truffles, and this savory, earthy canelé was a delightful surprise. Celine was on hand to talk about her product, and it was fun to meet the creator of these decadent pastries. She does not sell in stores, but you can find her products online or at various events.”Tea Happiness

“I was tea logged from the trade show so I started off with some delicious canelé, made by Canelé by Céline. There were many wonderful flavors but I think that my favorite was the savory black winter truffle.”Tea For Me Please

“A delicious treat we discovered was Canelé by Céline, a high-end French pastry business specializing in mini flavored canelés and financiers. These bite-sized treats are the perfect accompaniment to any meal or drink and come in flavors such as vanilla, rum, pistachio and grapefruit. If you are unfamiliar with the canelé, it is caramelized and crispy on the outside and moist and custard-like on the inside. These mouthwatering delights are stepping up their game, as Canelé by Céline recently introduced savory options such as pesto basil and Parmesan, truffle and sweet chorizo. We tried their truffle canelé, which is made with Plantin truffles, and it was to die for”.Manhattan With A Twist

“For nibbles at each station we were invited to tastes (and coo over) Canelés de Céline, mini and large truffles, all easily popped into one’s mouth, freshly baked, absolutely divine. I tried the Truffle, the Vanilla and the Orange, each one better than the next.”Pamela’s Punch