Rose petal confit is a great specialty of the House of Albert Ménès. Made from Centifolia rose petals, also known as cabbage rose, this confit exudes the subtle aromas of this exceptional flower. Centifolia roses are picked early in the morning during May in the Grasse region. The very fragile petals are plucked by hand and processed immediately. The pots are checked one by one to ensure the petals are evenly arranged in the confit. When this harmony is achieved, and only then, can the jars be labelled. Albert Ménès rose petal confit is absolutely natural, with no added colouring or fragrance. Its colour and perfume are inimitable, and indeed famous all over the world, since it is part of the composition of the exceptional Chanel n°5.
This Rose Petal Confit is ideal for a gourmet break. It is an original alternative to jam. Its subtle fragrance works well as a topping for panna cotta, rice pudding or mascarpone-based verrines. Try adding it to your bavarois – it's a joy.