Jellies

  • Country Origin: France
IMAGE 1- Confit of rose petals is a great specialty of Maison Albert Ménès. Made from Centifolia rose petals, or Rose de Mai, this candy perfectly reproduces the subtle scents of this exceptional flower. Centifolia roses are picked in the early morning during the month of May in the Grasse region. The very fragile petals are detached by hand and worked immediately. The pots are taken one by one in order to control the arrangement of the petals in the confit. As soon as this harmony is achieved, and only at this time, the pots can be labeled. The Albert Ménès rose petal confit is absolutely natural, without coloring or flavoring. Its color and its scent are inimitable, besides famous in the whole world since / IMAGE 2- Prepared in an open copper cauldron, this jelly is made with pure quince juice. / IMAGE 3- Manually prepared in an open copper cauldron, this jelly is made with pure raspberry juice. / IMAGE 4- Manually prepared in an open copper cauldron, this jelly is made with pure redcurrant juice. / IMAGE 5- Manually prepared in an open copper cauldron, this jelly is made with pure wild blueberry juice. / IMAGE 6- Manually prepared in an open copper cauldron, this jelly is made with the simple juice of pressed fruits. / IMAGE 7- This jelly is made with pure strawberry juice. It is prepared in an open copper cauldron and worked by a jam maker. It restores intact the naturally sweet taste of strawberries and preserves a supple texture