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shopwinedinefine Dec 1, 2008 02:13 PM

I would like to order something special for the holidays (such as macarons) and I am wondering if, aside from Poilane, any Parisian bakeries/patisseries will ship internationally to Canada? Thanks.

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  1. souphie Dec 2, 2008 12:51 AM

    I'm pretty sure Pierre Hermé and Ladurée do. It needs to be macarons, as other pastries do not travel well.

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      Dodo Dec 2, 2008 01:15 AM

      J.P. Hévin does, also to Canada (especially his traveller's cakes).
      Click 'To Order' for details:
      http://www.jphevin.com/?lang=en

      Ladurée doesn't ship macarons, except for Paris and its close suburbs.
      Pierre Hermé doesn't ship beyond Europe.

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        souphie Dec 2, 2008 01:39 AM

        My bad, then. But Hévin is an excellent alternative.

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          shopwinedinefine Dec 2, 2008 11:23 AM

          Thanks for the replies. Hevin shoes ship some of their products, but sadly not the macarons.

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            Delucacheesemonger Dec 2, 2008 01:18 PM

            Seems with such an international history, Fauchon would ship, and they do have macarons.

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              Dodo Dec 2, 2008 10:04 PM

              It's just that macarons do not travel well, IMHO.
              They are far too delicate and have to be eaten as fresh as possible.

              While Fauchon does indeed ship abroad, macarons aren't on the list for that, just marrons glacés, different biscuitsand chocolates, honey, jams, etc.

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