The origins of macaron are obscure and mysterious, lots of regions claim to have created it first, but the only certainty is this little almond biscuit comes from Europe.
A few say that the macaron’s shelves were first made in 791 by monks in Cormery (A city of France) and they called it “Belly Button of Monk”. Others say that Catherine de Médicis brought the shelves from Italia when she joined the royal French family.
The macaron as we know it today (two shelves joined by a feeling) is born in Paris during the 19th century. This little biscuit will then run around the world and get known as The Parisian Macaron.
It is now with a great pleasure that Maison Saint-Honore is specialized in baking with the closest authenticity this wonderful biscuit, and we are proud to present our range of traditional Parisian macarons to Perth.