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French Butter Shortbreads, Salted Caramel

1670 Marquise de Sable, 3.53 oz (100 g)

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Which cookie pairs best with a Mariage Frères tea? A buttery French sablé, of course. Made with French butter, these crumbly cookies with salted butter caramel melt in your mouth. Délicieux!

Product Description: The robin's egg blue box—sealed with a kiss—contains 4 packs of 4 round cookies. Weight: 3.53 oz (100 g)

Product Ingredients: Wheat flour, butter, sugar, salted butter caramel bits, eggs, salt, skim milk powder, sodium bicarbonate, starch Contains wheat, butter, eggs, soy lecithin, milk May contain gluten, soy, sesame, and tree nuts. Store in a cool, dry place.

Fun Fact: Sablé, which means "sandy texture" in French, is a classic Breton butter cookie characterized by its bread-crumb texture. The sablé recipe was invented by the steward of Prince Condé in 1670 for a soirée and was named in honor of the Marquise de Sablé, who attended the party. 

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