This lovely Mirabeau goodie bag consists of an artichoke dip from Aix & Terra, chestnut honey from Philip Prior, a handmade clutch bag from Etincelle, and our very own aluminium drinks bottle and an apron.
Artichoke Dip – Aix & Terra is a brand created in 2010 in Aix en Provence, to capture the creativity of the culinary arts of Provence. Aix & Terra use the finest ingredients in the region to create their delicious deli goods. This Artichoke dip is vibrant, fresh and perfect as a spread, as a dip or used in stuffed vegetables.
Chestnut Honey – Philip Prior is a passionate local beekeeper. For this honey, his bees pollinated the delicate flowers of the Castanea sativa tree, also known as the sweet chestnut! The honey is excellent on a slice of buttery toast, as part of a cheese board, or simply by the spoon.
‘J’aime Mirabeau’ Clutch Bag – the fashionable Etincelle ‘pochettes’ (clutch bags) are made by hand with love in Morocco, from dried palm tree leaves.
Mirabeau Drinks Bottle – this pink, aluminium drinks bottle is a fab way to get your daily intake of water, without using single-use plastic, and is also great for hot drinks, like a cuppa to go.
Mirabeau Apron – a much-loved apron from the Mirabeau wine boutique in Cotignac and best worn when cooking up a storm! The apron is embroidered with the family logo that is based on the ‘Tree of Life’, and represents how the Cronks uprooted from London to pursue their dream of making award-winning rosé in Provence.
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I’m already a subscriber and also a fan of Mirabeau, so great to have this fun competition to enter – thanks!
Super News letter!!!! live in Lovely Mirambeau too!!! thanx Shirley
Thank you, Shirley! Good luck!
We live in the Sud Touraine and enjoy receiving your newsletters about all the other interesting areas in France – and the recipes. Great reading.
We’re glad you enjoy our newsletters, Monica! Best of luck with the competition, we have our doigts crossed!
We live in South Australia but have been privileged to visit France about ten times. During this time we have become addicted to French cheeses especially one which we bought from Annecy whilst staying there and enjoying the ambience of this beautiful French city, the markets on Sunday, the food, the lake cruise and just the total relaxation. We look forward to receiving your newsletters which, sadly will only feed our desire to see France again when our Bank Manager would probably say NO!
Bonjour, I visit Paris every summer, and love all things French, especially iconic cafes and French food. I am lucky enough to stay at a little place that has a small kitchen and is an easy walk to 2 wonderful open markets. Everything, cheese, vegetables, fruits, bread etc tastes better in France! Hoping these dificult times pass and I can return soon!!
This is a message for Marynita Anderson: Please tell me the name and contact for the “little place that has a small kitchen.”
A web site would be wonderful. I desperately need just such a place in Paris. Thanks in advance fo you help.
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