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Frequently Asked Questions

General

Perimeter & North Point Mall Hours

MALL HOURS excluding Holidays:
Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm
Sunday 12pm – 7pm

What is a French macaron?

A French macaron is a sweet meringue-based cookie made with egg whites, sugar, almond flour, and is filled with either a light buttercream, fruit puree, Curds, or various ganache.

What is the size of your macarons?

Our macarons are approximately 2 inches in diameter.

Where are your macarons made?

We are proud to say that all our macarons are made in Atlanta, GA (USA)

How long will your macarons stay fresh?

Outside of the refrigerator: Up to 12 hours.
Refrigerated: Up to one week.
In the freezer: Up to 6 Months (provided they are kept in a closed container and not exposed to humidity).

Ingredients & Nutrition

What are the ingredients in each macaron?

Ingredients: In the macaron shell: almond flour, sugar, egg white.
In filling: butter, sugar, fresh fruits, lemon, raspberry, strawberry, blueberry, fruit puree, heavy cream, cocoa, Pistachio, almonds, hazelnuts, coconut, coffee, vanilla natural, Natural lavender emulsion, natural rosewater natural lychee flavor, Natural crème brulee flavor, nutella, natural cappuccino flavor, natural orange blossom, peanut butter, honey, matcha green tea, salt, pumpkin mix, cinnamon, chestnut, food coloring FD & C.

What are the calories in each macaron?

Our chef has a special recipe with less sugar and fat than the original already naturally light composition of a macaron. Calories vary from 45-75 per macaron depending on flavor.

Are your macarons Gluten Free?

Yes, all of our macarons are gluten free!

Do your macarons contain nuts?

Yes, as macaron shells are made of almond flour not wheat or soy. Depending on the flavor there may be additional nuts such as pistachios, hazelnuts, praline etc.

Where do you source your ingredients?

We are proud to say that or dairy ingredients are sourced from American purveyors, local farms, chocolates and various flavors are from Belgium and France!

Are your macarons Kosher?

Not at this time.