Happy Bastille Day! So we’ve made you a big, beautiful batch of red, white and blue crème brûlée macarons. (Yes, we said crème brûlée 😀) Celebrated every 14th of July since 1880, Bastille Day commemorates the 1789 storming of the Bastille, and the start of the French Revolution. It’s like Canada Day, but French, and it generally looks something like this:
Now celebrated by French expats and Francophiles around the world, Bastille Day also means you get to wear stripes and/or a beret, and eat all the macarons you want, all day. Those are the Official Rules! 😉 Look how happy it will make you:
And if you’re looking for something a little bit more contemporary, Pharrell has a good thing going here:
Our Bastille Day Crème Brûlée Macarons will be available all day (while supplies last!) July 14th.
Vive la Révolution!