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Petrusse x Confiture parisienne


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Petrusse x Confiture Parisienne, the love of beauty and taste

To find the French Nobel price writer François Mauriac and the French painter Claude Monet on a jam pot is not a common thing, isn't it! Here is the explanation. Petrusse, the legendary Bordeaux scarf brand is also the owner of one of François Mauriac's châteaux. It also offers patterns as lively as they are colorful, inspired by Claude Monet's water lilies. Now these two were very fond of jams, those with plum for Monet, while the austere Catholic secretly nipped for chocolate and raspberries. Hence the idea of ​​a famous collaboration between Bordeaux and Paris. And this is how we find ourselves at the head of a collection of four jams dressed in the patterns of Petrusse scarves, with delicious scents around plum, chocolate-raspberry, raspberry apricot, or even a Bordeaux jelly, of course! To taste, of course, while reading Mauriac in front of a setting sun.

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