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The usual food trip after the RHPS brings a group of all sorts: some Goths, some SCA-ers and Gamers, the really odd old guy who still might live in his mom’s basement and that really hot guy you’re too shy to talk to. The selection of meals ordered was just as bizarre as the people, but one favorite was blueberry pancakes with blueberry syrup and maple syrup!
Crème de Cassis, crème brulèe, vanilla bean and brown sugar. This is a bit hard to resist.
Dark, smooth and elegant. Ylang ylang and yuzu over a blend of Assam and Pekoe teas.
A traditional French desert for le Reveillon de Noel. Insanely decadent and delicious! Hazelnuts, Grand Marnier, genoise, vanille and chocolat.
Incredible dark and smooth French roast coffee with whole milk and two sugar cubes, a piece of dark chocolate and a petit gateau sec au marrons. Café Zazou is the perfect response for a little afternoon rest in between visiting Montmartre and Le Centre Pompidou.
Pumpkin, complementing spices, creams and fresh autumn apple.
Thick and sultry honey and vanilla with a sassy kiss of peppermint.
Eeerily dainty and charming. There is oddity in rendering the life-like so small. Bush-plucked raspberries, vanilla oleoresin, pink grapefruit, calendula, bergamot, palma rosa, and gurjum balsam.
Amber, fig, peach, caramel and oak moss blended to create a very chic, glamorous and elegant scent preferably while wearing heels.
It is said that if you spend time on Whisperting’s Bridge with a tired and heavy heart, you may see a giant emerald dragonfly darting and hovering over the lily pads and among the cattails. Call to it and it will come to you; to grant you one wish that is honest and true to mend your broken heart. Egyptian musk, green tea, honeysuckle, king mandarin, and litsea cubeba.
Red wines sweetened with fruits and a branch of mimosa to tuck behind your ear.
My little tribute to the fabulous Josephine Baker and her banana skirt. Bananas, French vanilla (mais oui!), giant yellow sunflowers and exotic spice.
Not quite cold enough, but better than nothing iced tea with a plate of strange, other-worldy fruit.
Really, these should be France’s national “goûter” cake. Madeleines are little vanilla cakes infused with orange blossom water. They are baked in a special pan that forms them in the shape of little shells. My husband fell in love with them when I took him to visit my family in Brittany.
Giant, nighttime butterfly in all her iridescent and ethereal beauty against a full moon’s glow. Luminescent whites and the palest green shimmer. Bamboo, lettuce, a white trio of tea, ginger and musk plus a sliver of lime.