Parisian tea salons. In 1862 Louis Ernest Ladurée, a miller from southwest France, fashioned a bakery at one of the most elegant business districts in Paris. Ladurée pastry shop’s decor was designed by Jules Cheret, a famous painter and poster artist. Cheret inspired by the painting techniques used for the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and the Garnier Opera.
Ladurée Dessert Shop and Tea Room · Madeleine 16 rue Royale (Rue Saint-Honoré), 75008 Paris, France
Delightful double-decker French Macaron framboise rose at Ladurée’s Parisian tea room. Love the balance of sweetness and rose flavor.
Ladurée Beauté home fragrance
Ladurée romantic boxes
A token from Paris—Ladurée keychain ring Eiffel Tower Macaron charms my heart…