Product DescriptionImagine that you are sitting on a warm summer morning on a small French balcony somewhere on the fourth floor of a house that is located in the heart of the city. There is a newspaper or a book on a small glass table in front of you, in one hand you have an elegant cup of strong black coffee, and in the other, of course, a croissant. What could be more French than a croissant, you ask? Traditionally, a croissant is eaten for breakfast. If it is plain (without filling), jam or fruits are usually served with it. The crescent-shaped bun appeared a long time ago, back in the XVII century. However, contrary to the opinion of the majority, the croissant was invented not in France but Austria remains the birthplace of the croissant. It is noteworthy that the name of the creator of the dish has come down to us – for the first time, a croissant was baked on a special occasion by a resident of Vienna, Peter Wendler, in 1683.
Can I get croissants shipped?
We will bring your order right to your doorsteps. Our delivery is free of charge and we deliver orders within 3-5 from our bakery. For delivery, your order must be at least $40.
How to store croissants?
Freshly baked croissants should be eaten in 36 hours, but if it turned out that they were left, just put them in the freezer in a container.