Les canelés de saison |“Fleur de sel de Guérande” et “Noix de Coco”

    The sound of wind chimes has started to radiate the Japanese summer vibe. July 6th is called “Shou-sho”, meaning small heat, and it is believed that the real heat of summer will start after the rainy season that is about to finish. From this time to the beginning of autumn is the perfect time for summer greetings. There has been a custom to exchange letters for season’s greetings in Japan. People send out the greetings when seasons are about to change. A summer greeting is a great way to show someone that you care about them over a hot season and update them about your life. Wouldn’t it be a good idea to pick cards and send them to someone you think of? Our pair of seasonal canelés for this month, “Salt of Guérande” and “Coconuts” are available from tomorrow, July 2nd. The Salt of Guérande canelés are made with salty dough flavored with “fruits of the sea” or salt of Guérande, France. You would enjoy the fresh afternote spreading as the mild saltiness gently brings out its sweetness. Coconuts canelés are inspired by summer beaches with plentiful roasted coconuts mixed in the dough and sprinkled on top.