Flavoured with Marseille’s favourite flower and sprinkled with seeds of green aniseed, this biscuit rhymes with the South. Discover a unique freshness and flavour.
Wheat flour (gluten), sugar, peanut oil, aniseed (0.8 %), baking powder (disodium disphosphate, acid sodium carbonate, corn starch).
Long ago, the Languedoc-Roussillon was a thriving commercial pole for the spices market: the aniseed is one of the oldest. The Romans used to sprinkle it on their cakes to facilitate digestion…
Everybody would have thought about it…: aniseed drinks and cocktails are ideal with this little Mediterranean biscuit but barley water, grenadine or mint …will also be at the party! And why not try it dipped in melted goat cheese…?
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