Saturday, June 25, 2011

Paris - New Spice Store

Olivier Roellinger, a bright star in the French food constellation with his Maison de Bricourt in Cancale (Brittany), has decided to make available to retail customers the fruits of his expertise in flavors, and has formed Épices-Roellinger as the vehicle. An attractive new shop in the rue Sainte-Anne (famous for its many Japanese restaurants) shows his goods to great advantage, and affords customers the opportunity to taste and smell the high quality spices, salts (seven), peppers (sixteen), spiced oils (eight) and more than two dozen proprietary blends - many of which are designed to enhance fish and seafood - that are available for purchase.

Prices are high, of course, but still affordable, and the products make nice gifts for food-oriented friends or just for yourself.

Épices-Roellinger, 51bis, rue Sainte-Anne, 75002 Paris, Métro Opéra.

Bobby Jay

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