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Salt butter caramels


Metal box – 300g

In 945 the monks of priory of Batz created the salt marsh of Guerande. This brought great prosperity to this part of Brittany
and so they named the salt white gold.

In 1246 King Louis IX created a salt tax called gabelle because salt was the only way to keep food fresh.
Fortunately he exempt the region of Brittany from the tax which allowed the local gastronomy to prosper
with it’s original recipes using salt butter.

Town of Quiberon

French Gourmet Boutique has selected for you caramels made with authentic Guerande salt butter from the city of Quiberon.  These soft and chewy salt butter caramels will melt in your mouth with rich decadent flavor.


Weight 0.3 g