Dilute Teisseire syrups in still or sparkling water and add a unique flavors to your drinks!
Teisseire first started in 1720 when Mathieu Teisseire, a liquor merchant started a distillery in the French Alps and introduced a new Cherry Liquor to his local neighborhood. Over the years, the company became a family business and became pretty well-known in France. In 1907, the company was bought by Francois Reynaud, another passionate spirits and liquor merchant who quickly extend the variety of flavors. But the real innovation came from his two sons in 1927 when they actually created non-alcoholic fruit syrups and developed even more flavors. These syrups quickly became a big hit in France as they could be use to better any type of drinks. A real French success-story !
fruit juices from concentrate
Ingredients may vary from a flavor to another. Please check the full list on the back of your bottle.
Contains: 60cl / 20.3 fl oz.
So don’t wait, pick your favorite flavor (or flavors because let’s be honest, it is hard to pick just one!) and don’t forget to let us know what you thought of it in the reviews!
Dark Baking Chocolate - Nestlé Dessert
Bring out the French cook in you with Nestlé Dessert’s Dark Chocolate!
This chocolate is flavorful and has a balanced aroma, and melts wonderfully. Made with carefully selected cacao beans and pure cacao butter, it’s the perfect selection to ensure that your baking adventures turn out well! From refined chocolate cakes and flavorful mousses to classic brownies and melt-in-your-mouth lava cakes, Nestlé Dessert’s Dark Chocolate bar will satisfy all of your baking needs.
Thanks to the Cacao Plan, Nestlé supports cacao growers to help them improve the quality of their cacao. They teach best practices, run field schools for skilled local labor, and provide resources to help farmers maximize their crops, amongst other programs.
In 1866, the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company was founded. The Americans Charles and George Page used abundant supplies of fresh milk in Switzerland and knowledge gained across the Atlantic to establish Europe’s first production facility for condensed milk in Cham. Meanwhile, in 1867, Henri Nestlé, launched “farine lactée” (“flour with milk”) in Vevey, Switzerland. It combined cow’s milk, wheat flour, and sugar. Nestlé developed it for consumption by infants who could not be breastfed, to tackle high mortality rates. By 1878, there was fierce competition between Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss. Both had started manufacturing the other’s key product. The two companies merged in 1905. They had over 20 factories and their sales network spanned Europe and North America but also Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Australia.
The Nestlé & Anglo-Swiss Milk Company helped the war effort in World War I by producing large amounts of basic dairy products for government contracts. Condensed milk is long-lasting and easy to transport, which made it popular with armed forces. For example, in 1915 the British Army starts issuing Nestlé canned milk to soldiers in their emergency rations.
Nestlé began selling chocolate in 1904 when it took over export sales for Peter & Kohler. The Nestlé company had played a role in the development of milk chocolate starting in 1875, when it supplied his Vevey neighbor Daniel Peter with condensed milk. In 1929, chocolate became an integral part of Nestlé’s business. Over the next few decades, they develop exciting new products such as white chocolate, chocolate bars with honey and air bubbles, vitamin supplements, and Nescafé. Nowadays, products like Nestlé chocolate bars, Nescafé, and Nesquik are the reasons the brand is well-known – and the reason you are on this page!
cocoa paste (West Africa, South America)
emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)
natural vanilla aroma (Madagascar)
Cacao content: 52% minimum.
May contain shell fruit, milk.
Weight: 205 g
Size: 7 oz
Duck & Fig Terrine
PLEASE NOTE that this product is only available for customers living in one business day shipping area from New York City
A modern combination of sweet and savory coarsely ground duck paté perfectly balanced with dry Turkish figs and caramelized shallots in red wine.
Fully-cooked, ready to serve. Keep Refrigerated - (Avg 8 oz - 225 gr)
No antibiotics, no hormones
Preservative-free and filler-free
No aspic or gelatin added
Terrine container is BPA free
Product of USA, Made with love
Chef Aurelien Dufour is committed to creating natural and authentic charcuterie. Each product is handcrafted with care using traditional French techniques.
Cute note: it comes with a cute terrine that you can keep and reuse ;)
**Additional shipping fee might be added to ensure it arrives within 24h to your fridge!
Haribo - Tagada
Is it the strawberry taste or the soft but grainy texture that make the Fraise Tagada Haribo one of the favorite candies in France?
Originally bright-red, their color has become a little more subtle in recent years because when they removed the artificial coloring which only makes us like them more! This small ball covered with fine red sugar has been a go-to for the kids (and their parents!) for nearly 50 years as it was created in 1969. The strawberry candy we all love! So bring the sweetness of your childhood back with Tagada Haribo!
acidifying agent: citric acid
colorants: curcumin, carmins, vegetal carotenes.
Weight: 4.2 oz.
Product of France.
Prince - Lu
These chocolate filled cookies will most probably become your kids' go-to whenever they are craving a little snack!
LU (that are the initials of Lefèvre-Utile) was created in Nantes, France in 1850 by Romain Lefèvre and his wife Pauline-Isabelle Utile. They initially sold biscuits from an English company but soon created their own little family business, baking cookies and labeling each package with their initials, LU. Lu is now one of the most famous French brands for biscuits, cookies and snacks. Lu Biscuits are now distributed by Mondelez International and available in over 100 countries including in the United States. The Prince is a cocoa cream filling sandwiched in between two biscuits which makes it a very attractive snack since it combines all the best flavors into one cookie. They also have the drawing of a prince engraved on each cookie, which makes it even more fun and attractive for kids! But don’t worry, Prince cookies are not just for kids, they’re also much appreciated by adults so there is no reason for you to miss out on these delicious biscuits! Try dipping them in hot chocolate and thank us later! ingredients:
48% cereals (wheat and rye)
non hydrogenated vegetable fat and hydrogenated fat cocoa powder 4.5%
lactose and milk protein
raising agent: bicarbonate of ammonium hydrogen carbonate-sodium-diphosphate disodium whole milk (0.29%) and skim milk (0.29%) powder (equivalent to 5% milk)
emulsifier: soya lecithin
antioxidant: citric acid.
Contains: gluten, soy, milk.
Weight: 300 grams / 10.6 oz
Pain au lait - Brioche Pasquier
Pack of 8 Brioche Rolls.
Croissant - Brioche Pasquier
Pack of 6 Brioche Croissants individually packed! A must pour le goûter :)
Claire & Myline tips: just put it in the oven until heat gets to 350 F (no more than 5 minutes), it will crust a little your croissant or pain au chocolat, just enough to make it to heaven ;)
Assorted Caramel Domes, 16pc
We have created a unique caramel collection composed of five different flavors, each elaborated over time. This box is composed of the following caramel flavors: Lime, Salted Caramel, Dark Chocolate, Passion Fruit, and Vanilla. Each chocolate is handmade and we use the finest and freshest ingredients.
Mikado - Lu
Thin biscuit sticks covered in dark or Milk chocolate in a to go size package. May contain nuts and produce in France.
Chocapic - Nestlé
Give your kids Chocapic, the delicious breakfast cereal from Nestlé made with whole grains and the rich taste of chocolate that kids love!
Get ready for an active day with Chocapic cereal. Packed with seven vitamins, iron, and calcium, it provides your kids the essential nutrients they need for a busy day. Furthermore, the cereal is made with whole grains, which are an important part of a balanced diet. So no matter your age or lifestyle, Nestlé's Chocapic breakfast cereal helps start your day on the right foot.
Breakfast is important because after at least eight hours of fasting, your body needs energy! Generally, breakfast should bring 20 to 25% of your energy for the day. It should also play a big role in helping you reach your quota of vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber for the day. Besides, having a filling and nutritious breakfast will help you limit snacking throughout the day. A balanced breakfast should include a grain, like bread or cereal, one dairy product, one fruit, and one drink. When choosing your grain, something made of oats, corn, wheat, or barley is especially energetic, especially if it’s whole grain. And don’t forget to drink water!
Chocapic is made of wheat, which is the most widely grown grain cereal. It’s grown on over 17 per cent of the total cultivated land in the world, and is the staple food for 35 per cent of the world’s population. It provides more calories and protein in the world’s diet than any other crop.
How much cereal should you eat? When it comes to cereal, a 30 gram portion usually fits nicely with the energy needs of a six- to eight-year-old child. However, energy needs are variable. Some of the main factors to determine energy needs are age, size and activity level. Many adults and teenagers have higher energy needs than children simply because they are bigger. As a result, teens and adults are likely to consume more than children. Keep things simple by remembering the following approximate portions: 25 to 30 grams for children and 30 to 45 grams for adults.
Contains gluten. May contain traces of milk, almonds, peanuts, and other nuts.
Size: 13.22 oz
Weight: 375 g
Product of France
Assorted Chocolate Box, 25pc
Discover our handcrafted chocolate collection with this 25 piece chocolate box. It is composed of our most popular and unique milk, dark, and white chocolate bonbons. We use the finest and freshest ingredients to make each of our bonbons. Some of the flavors are lime caramel, dark raspberry, milk rocher, dark jasmine tea, and dark Peru ganache.
Each box comes with a description of our chocolate bonbons.
Celebrate a special event with smooth and flavorful Duck Foie Gras by Rougié. This tin is perfect for two people.
Foie gras is a specialty food made from the liver of a duck or goose, and is a popular and well-known delicacy in French cuisine. Its flavor is described as rich, buttery, and delicate, unlike that of an ordinary duck or goose liver. Foie gras is sold whole, or is prepared into mousse, parfait, or paté, and may also be served as an accompaniment to another food item, such as steak. This Duck Foie Gras by Rougié is whole, lightly seasoned, and fully cooked with Armagnac wine to preserve it.
Foie gras is an excellent source of essential fatty acids and vitamins. Poly-unsaturated fats, also called oleic acid, play an important role in the prevention of heart disease. Foie gras poses no health risks whatsoever, rather providing beneficial elements that promote good health.
Foie gras was discovered by Egyptians over 5,000 years ago. When harvesting livers from migrating geese, they learned that migrating web-footed birds gorged and stored energy in their livers before embarking on their long journeys. This is how foie gras was discovered and passed on to us.
Preferred by Chefs across the world, Rougié brings the highest quality foie gras and Moulard duck specialties to American chefs. Their philosophy is based on sustainable farming, innovation, and a great attention to detail. By constantly perfecting their working methods and recipes, the Rougié brand has become the genuine emblem of French foie gras around the world.
For Rougié, ducks are quite a story! It all started in France in 1875, with the opening of a gourmet shop which would soon become an epicurean’s favorite. On the strength of its increasingly wide reputation, the firm led by Léonce Rougié and subsequently by his son, Jean Rougié, gained a truly international stature in the 1950s. Today, Rougié can be found in 120 countries around the world. The secret to their success? A passionate team and pampered ducks! After 12 weeks of free-range growing, the ducks are individually hand-fed 2 meals a day for 10 to 11 days. The feed is local-grown corn, without hormones or antibiotics, allowing them to offer the tastiest and healthiest Moulard duck products to high-end restaurants.
·duck foie gras
Rougié’s Duck Foie Gras is shelf-stable.
Weight: 90 g
Size: 13.7 oz
Duck Foie gras with Armagnac - Rougié
Rougie whole duck Foie Gras from Quebec, Canada, cooked sous-vide style and soaked in Armagnac brandy from the Gascony region of France, ready-to-serve!
Buckwheats flour - Farine de Sarrasin Treblec
Buckwheat flour or farine de sarrasin is the key ingredient for galettes bretonnes (savory buckwheat crêpes).
Located in Brittany, Treblec is a renowned maker of buckwheat flour and related products.
Bonne Maman Jam
Bonne Maman Jam
Bonne Maman jam is just about as authentic as can be. With chunks of fruit poking through and plenty of sugar, it’s French jam as has been made for centuries.
As early as the first century, Pliny the Elder described preserving fruit by cooking it in honey, syrup, or wine. Cane sugar is introduced to Europe around the year 1000 by way of the Middle East, and the word “confiture” was born, derived from the Latin for “medicine to lick.” At the time, it described all sweets made of foods cooked in sugar. For centuries, jam was considered a luxury, until beet sugar was discovered in the early 19th century. Now, they’re simply delicious!
Bonne Maman started in 1971 at Biars-sur-Cère, a village in the Lot region known for its plentiful fruit at the junction of the Cère and Dordogne rivers. The jam was so good that it could have been made by a grandmother for her family – hence the name “Bonne Maman,” which is an affectionate name for grandmothers in French. A simple glass jar, a handwritten paper label glued on, and a cap with a red Vichy fabric pattern: this is the way grandmothers used to make jam with all the fruit that ripened in the summer. The recipe is simple: 50% fruit, 50%, and the result is always delicious!
At French Wink, we have a varied selection of classic French jams for you to choose from! Will you spread black cherry, chestnut, quince, mandarine, rhubarb, strawberry & wild strawberry, or golden plum (mirabelle) on your toast in the morning? If you have a sweet tooth, opt for cherry, plum, or strawberry. For a jam with a little more bite, try rhubarb, quince, or mandarine. Chestnut jam is gentler thanks to its nutty flavor.
the fruit on the label
concentrated lemon juice
Bonne Maman jams are made with all natural ingredients. They have no preservatives, no additives, no high-fructose corn syrup; they are sulfite-free, non-GMO, gluten-free, peanut- and sesame-free, and kosher.
Weight: 370 g
Alsatian Baking Powder - Alsa
Ready to bake a cake like the French? Grab one of the famous pink pouches of Alsa baking powder, known in France as levure chimique or levure alsacienne.
Unlike most American brands, Alsa is single-acting, which means that it creates the gas needed for leavening as soon as it is mixed with liquid ingredients. The double-acting powders that are common in the U.S. release gas in two stages: first when mixed with liquid ingredients, and then when heated.
Alsa was created in 1897 by Emile Moench, a young French baker who travelled to Vienna for his apprenticeship. He was surprised to discover that his employer used chemical yeast rather than traditional baking yeast for his cakes. At the time, baking powder was still being developed and refined: the German August Oetker invented it in 1891. Upon Emile’s return to France, he began to make the chemical yeast himself. At the time, the village priest took care of the marketing and distribution! Emile’s wife dreamt of an Alsacian woman in a traditional headdress, which spurred the creation of the logo and pink packaging for which Alsa is still known today. The company grew quickly, and soon Alsa was producing all manner of baking ingredients. Emile even published a collection of baking recipes, and became the first cookbook editor before World War I. After World War II, Alsa establishes itself throughout France as the top producer of baking ingredients. The company wins over hearts and minds with its simple, straightforward recipes. This reputation continues today. In fact, a little pink pouch is sold every three seconds!
Want to use Alsatian Baking Powder at home? You have lots of options of delicious recipes to make. Try a marble cake, madeleines, Breton biscuits, or light and sweet homemade fried dough. Savory recipes are an option too: Alsa pouches are great for homemade pizza dough or tortillas. If you have a waffle machine, use Alsatian Baking Powder to make your waffles fluffy and delicious.
Sold in packs of 8 pouches of 11 grams each. This is roughly equivalent to one tablespoon of baking powder.