Offer - Reflets de France Sable Biscuits 175g
97.1p per 100g
Renowned since 1830 for being "a type of delicacy that crumbles like sand in the mouth", the shortbread biscuit was granted letters of nobility in 1870 by entering into Emile Littré's Dictionary of the French Language. The craze for the shortbread biscuit engulfed the capital at the beginning of the new century and all the bakers in Lower Normandy rushed to respond to the demand. Among them was Georges Lautour who, in 1941, produced shortbread biscuits from Lonlay whose recipe, thanks to his descendants, is still being used and enjoyed to this day.
Reflets de France
Store in a cool, dry place.
Country of Origin
May Contain Nut, Contains Gluten, Contains Wheat, Contains Egg, Contains Lactose, Contains Milk
Wheat Flour, Isigny Butter AOC (27%), Sugar, Egg Yolks, Sea Salt, Whole Eggs, Skimmed Milk.
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