Created in the early 19th century, candied violet petals became quickly a gastronomic landmark in the South West of France. Enjoyed nowadays all around the world, these beautiful little flowers give a delicious and unique taste to these candies made by Traditions de France.
About Traditions de France: In 1932, Fernande Lagarrigue opened a grocery store in Rieuxpeyroux (South of France) to sell culinary French specialties. Few years later, she opened another store in Grasse (French Riviera) to sell perfumes and products made of Lavender.
This passion for French artisanal specialties was passed along generations, and today her grandson Julien Baillet, together with his childhood friend Romain Guillaume, run the company and keep spreading the French “Art de Vivre” all over the world!