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Paris Butter Hunt

by Jojo Frey July 26, 2014

Paris Butter Hunt

Beurre d'isignyLa Crémerie. A place of sheer joy for dairy-lovers, like myself. The other day, I traveled to La Grande Epicerie in search of the best butter in France. Entering la Crémerie, you are overwhelmed with choices of yogurt, creamy milk and butter. A wall of butter makes choosing that much more difficult.

Of course, they sell the classic French butters, like beurre d’Echiré and Beurre d’Isigny sur Mer. However, I came across quite a few butters I haven’t tasted before. Eager to do a taste test, I purchased five (of what I thought to be) the best butters available in Paris.

Butter at la Grande Epicerie French butter

Jojo Frey
Jojo Frey


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