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Angelina Paris: Bûche de Noël Annick Goutal

Maison Angelina‘s featured bûche de Noël this year was born of an encounter between the celebrated tea room and the luxury perfume shop Annick Goutal, both based in the elegant Tuileries neighbourhood. Camille Goutal recalls that when she would visit her mother Annick in her laboratory on rue Castiglione, the two would often head to nearby Angelina to enjoy … Continue reading Angelina Paris: Bûche de Noël Annick Goutal

Angelina: Sachertorte-inspired Bûche de Noël

Angelina, the famous Paris tea room on rue de Rivoli renowned for its thick, luscious hot chocolate, is celebrating its 110th anniversary this year. To mark this event, and in keeping with the tea room’s Austrian heritage, its pastry chefs have created a new Sachertorte-inspired chocolate pastry. Sachertorte is a famous Viennese pastry invented in 1832 by Franz Sacher.  It … Continue reading Angelina: Sachertorte-inspired Bûche de Noël

Angelina Paris chocolate collection

A Paris institution since 1903, Angelina is mostly known for its thick, luscious hot chocolate and elegant pastries. But the celebrated tea room also has its own line of gourmet chocolates, available at the company’s flagship location on rue de Rivoli. Made with single-origin chocolate from Peru, Tanzania, Ecuador and Venezuela, Angelina chocolates incorporate candied … Continue reading Angelina Paris chocolate collection

Angelina: A taste of Austria

The pastry chefs at Angelina, the celebrated Paris tea room once frequented by Coco Chanel and Marcel Proust, have dreamed up a spicy, fruity bûche de Noël in honour of the salon’s Austrian roots. Indeed, Angelina was founded in 1903 by Austrian pastry chef and confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer (1832-1914). Mr Rumpelmayer came to France in 1870, first setting … Continue reading Angelina: A taste of Austria

New Angelina tea room at Musée du Luxembourg

The legendary tea room Angelina is set to open another tea room in Paris at the Musée du Luxembourg (6th arr.). Housed in a brand new building designed by architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, the combined tea room, café and restaurant will offer museum visitors light lunches, desserts and its famous hot chocolate … Continue reading New Angelina tea room at Musée du Luxembourg