Original Caramel Candies
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Original Caramel Candies

$7.90

The original caramel candy is golden and soft caramel that melts in the mouth and brightens up the palate. Discover the classic goodness of France, these tasty treats are as delicious and buttery as they always are.
90 g
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Categories: Food,

The original caramel candy is golden and soft caramel that melts in the mouth and brightens up the palate. 

Discover the classic goodness of France, these tasty treats are as delicious and buttery as they always are. 

Individually wrapped high quality caramel means a soft bite that doesn’t stick to your teeth. No artificial flavors or colors added!

  • 100% Product from the New Aquitaine region
  • Made in France
  • A.O.P. butter
  • Whole Milk
  • Fleur de Sel
  • Premium natural ingredients 
  • Rich caramel flavor

These caramel candies are 100% made in Nouvelle Aquitaine, these treats are traditionally made in this region, which makes them the perfect confectionary gift to add a touch of every day French luxury to your relatives' life. You may order as many as you wish!

  • Salt
  • sugar
  • milk
  • butter.
  • Since 1986, Esprit du Sel's determination has been total for the protection of the salt marshes of the Ile de Ré.

    In 1994, they founded the company “Esprit du Sel”. This company corresponds to their commitment to maintaining and safeguarding the heritage value of the marshes. It is about enhancing culturally and economically the products from the traditional salt marsh: gray sea salt and fleur de sel from the Ile de Ré.

    Their challenge: to develop and market high quality, original and varied “marine” products from the region, with the salt marsh and the sea as the central theme; products which claim to respect a tradition, which claim an artisanal value and respond to an ecological concern.

    “We have set ourselves the objective of developing a range of fleur de sel and sea salts with 100% organic spices from typical products of Île de Ré, and the promotion of the quality image of the island by 'intermediary of its regional products in France and abroad'."