A Taste Of France Is Our Weekly Deal!

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This week, we are putting our full range of French products in the spotlight: Coffee, chicory, chocolate, cookies, cakes and candies. Because the French love to make mealtimes memorable, we wanted you to know more about French food and drink customs. Read on, mon ami!

In France, a typical meal at lunch or dinner consists of 4 courses: Salad, Meat main dish, cheese with bread and dessert. Bread and water are always served and French wine is often served too. Coffee is always served!

While the French enjoy three meals a day, tea is also served in the late afternoon. Breakfast includes pastries, buttery croissants, sometimes with almond or chocolate paste.

The coffee is very strong, and it is common to have café au lait (coffee with hot milk). Fresh fruit and yogurt are also often served at breakfast.

By the way, if you order a café (coffee) in a shop, you’ll get a tiny shot of espresso in a tiny cup. This is also the café served at the end of your meal. Café Americain is filtered coffee and yes, it is more like the coffee Americans drink. Decaf gets you a decaf espresso, of course.

Read more below to find out about our range of products imported from France.  In the meantime, celebrate French delicacies from coffee to pastry to chocolate and everything in between, and we’ll give you 10% off your order of our collection of French food and drinks, with no minimum order at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com.*

Please use coupon code: FRENCH10

*Discount valid through 11:59 p.m. PST  on 2/14/2017 at www.EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order on French brands of coffee, cookies and candies specified in this newsletter. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products.

The Best French Coffee Is Here

Carte carte-noire-logoNoire, literally “black card”, began almost 35 years ago when Rene Monnier, a coffee blender and roaster whose family had already been producing Grand Mere, created the brand. The Monniers chose the name and the black and gold packaging to reflect sophistication and elegance. The coffee has long been marketed as “a coffee named desire”, which is also reflected in their commercials and other advertisements. In fact, some might describe their ads of their coffee as seductive! Carte Noire remains today one of France’s most popular coffee brands. We have it in ground, whole beans, instant, pods, espresso and decaffeinated.grand-mere-logo

Grand Mere, started by the Monnier family 47 years ago, is named after grandmother because “she knows how to make a good coffee.” Just look at the package to see her smiling down on you as you enjoy her coffee. Today, the brand is one of the top coffee brands in France. We have Degustation (Tasty) and Familial (Family) roasts in 8.8oz packages.



Maison Du Café is made by Douwe Egberts France, and we all know that Douwe Egberts produces quality coffee. In France, their advertising slogan is “Each cup offers a moment of pleasure and friendship.” Ma Tradition is a combination of Robusta and Arabica coffee beans, roasted in the Douwe Egberts process, which produces a fragrant and balanced medium roast coffee. LOR Doux is soft and sweet from the 100% Arabica coffee beans.


Looking for something different?

Try one or all of these delicious and convenient drinks:

Ricore: Instant drinks made with coffee and chicory

Leroux: Instant drink with chicory – delicious alone or mixed in coffee or hot chocolate

L’Ancienne Instant Chocolate: Fine cocoa with sugar and Bourbon vanilla

A proper French breakfast includes pastries and cakes. Check out our lines of French baked goods.

Cookies and Treats Are a Sweet Deal

St. Michel Galettes Butter Biscuits and Caramel Butter Biscuits are crispy cookies made with butter, fresh eggs and sea salt.

Biscuiterie De Provence makes several cakes: Chestnut, Almond Cake, Almond Cake with Lemon, Almond Cake with Chocolate, Organic Almond Hazelnut Cake, Organic Almond Orange Cake. All are moist, made with simple ingredients such as butter and pure vanilla, and all are perfect for dessert or tea time. They do not contain preservatives, and they are all gluten free!

Pierre Biscuitere Butter Cookies, Lemon & Almond Cookies, Sea Salt Caramel Cookies, Coconut Butter Cookies and Mixed Berries Butter Cookies are made with butter and cream, real fruit and whole eggs. These ‘biscuits’ are simple yet elegant and delicious.

Delicate pastilles from Abbaye de Flavigny and Rendez Vous regular and sugar-free hard candy in tins in so many flavors. Our favorites are Lemon, Mint and Violet, but we also have Orange, Strawberry, Rose and Liquorice.

For the final touch of French flair, don’t forget Le Perruche sugar cubes with your coffee, available in Brown Sugar and White Sugar, ooh la la!