The Market at Praline

Praline is proud to bring you the finest in French imported gourmet foods. Carefully chosen, the products are crafted  using traditional recipes handed down from one generation to the next and include only the highest quality ingredients, exquisite taste and beautiful packaging.

We’ll bring to your table the best selection of Pommery mustards,  cold pressed olive oil from Nyons, delicious honey from Manoir des Abeilles,  jams from La Màre Poulard and much more…

 

Cookies & Confections

Confections

Chabert et Guillot Nougat     1.6 oz     $1.95 

What could be tastier than this candy made from almonds, honey, pistachios, and egg whites? Made in the town of Montélimar, the capital of nougat making it since the first almond trees were introduced to the region in 1650, this delicious candy is sure to become a favorite.

Pierrot Gourmand Lollipops / Sucettes Pierrot Gourmand     .85 each

Pierrot Gourmand lollipops were a fixture in every boulangerie, where they beckoned children from their display in a bust of the clown Pierrot. Invented in 1924, these lollipops come in four fruit flavors and the classic milk caramel.

François Pralus Organic Chocolate Pyramid     5 Bars     $26.00

François Pralus is one of the rare Master Chocolatiers in Europe to manufacture his own chocolate from beans to bars! Travel the world with this selection of 5 organic vintages: Ghana, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Tanzania, and Madagascar.

Jordan Almonds / Dragées     2.3 oz tin     $6.00 

These dragées are made in Verdun, by Braquier, who has been making them for over two centuries and has supplied everyone from Napoleon to General de Gaulle. The vanilla-sugar coated almonds come in assorted colors. 

 

 

Pastilles de Vichy     Roll     $1.50 

These mints have been made in Vichy since 1828, when a local pharmacist discovered how to extract the minerals from the town's famous thermal waters. In the mid-nineteen century. Some doctors advised their patients that eating eight Pastilles de Vichy a day would have the same medical benefits as a visit to the baths themselves.  

 

Anis de Flavigny Pastilles     1.8 oz tin     $4.50 

These all-natural anise-flavored candies come in a vintage decorative tin.  Each anise seed is coated in naturally-flavored sugar to produce round and smooth flavored mints to delight the palate and senses.

Orange, Anise, Voilet, Lemon, Rose, and Mint  

L'Ami Provencal Old Fashioned Citrus or Raspberry Candies      5.3 oz     $9.50     

L'Ami Provencal Old Fashioned Candies are a beautiful gift or a sweet treat for yourself.  Packaged in a lovely glass jar; the citrus candies are shaped like a little wedge of orange or lemon and the raspberry candies like a pin cushion and bursting with raspberry flavor.

Bonnat Chocolate     3.5 oz     $8.00 

In 1884, Felix Bonnat set up a chocolate and confectionary shop in the French town of Voiron, that is still run by the Bonnat family today. Bonnat Chocolates are single source and made using only the finest cocoas, pure cocoa butter, and the highest quality ingredients.

Puerto Cabello / Vénézuela and Java / Chocolat au lait

 Paris Caramels     5.8 oz     $14.00

These all-natural butter caramels are made with real butter from Charentes-Poítou and sea salt. They are perfect for any sweet tooth. 

18 individually wrapped Butter Caramels and Butter Caramels with Sea Salt

 

Cookies

 

Traou Mad de Pont-Aven  Butter Cookies   7 oz     $17.00

Traou Mad means "good things" in the Brittany dialect and that's exactly what these butter cookies are!  These thick shortbread-style cookies are a crisp and flaky, buttery delight!  Perfect with coffee or tea, or served with fresh jam or nutella.

Traou Mad de Pont-Aven Galletes     7 oz      $17.00

These traditional, pure butter cookies from Brittany are lightly sweetened, thin and crispy. Made with fresh cream butter, they just melt in your mouth. 

Gavottes Crêpe Dentelle     3.5 oz     $5.00 

What could be more authentic than someone being a little forgetful in the kitchen? A crêpe left of the stove a little too long by Marie-Catherine Cornic in 1893 turned out to be lighter and crispier than ever. Now dipped in milk and dark chocolate to make them even more amazing!