It was in Japan, in the Aomori region, that black garlic was born. An ancestral know-how, now recognized throughout the world, which allows garlic to be transformed into an exceptional product: black garlic. A unique manufacturing process respecting Japanese tradition made with PGI white garlic from Drôme.
Discover our new collection of organic herbeal teas designed as an invitation to (re)discover the flavors of our Mediterranean orchards. All based on olive leaves, this collection is available around marine & floral, oriental & flowery, lively & spicy, green & flowery, citrusy & aromatic and fruity & green ambiances.
For an authentic and committed Christmas in Provence! This year, discover our selection of gourmet gifts for the end of the year celebrations. Exceptional products with the essential Advent Calendar, Box of 13 Desserts, Olive Oil and Christmas Balsamic to offer or be offered. Also find new sweet and savory references, with notes of Provence and the Mediterranean, to please and enhance festive meals!
Located in Mane in Provence, Salagon is a departmental museum, installed in a historical monument composed of ancient remains, a Romanesque church, a Renaissance priory and surrounded by five themed gardens. Maison Brémond is a sponsor of the new exhibition "The Olive Tree, Our Tree", which reveals the richness of the cultural heritage of the olive tree in the Mediterranean.
Wild garlic is a wild plant very similar to garlic to be harvested in Spring. We start by harvesting the leaves, then the first buds appear in May. Full bloom in June marks the end of wild garlic season. It is in the heart of forests and undergrowth that you will find this aromatic plant. Haute-Provence being occupied by some 251,000 ha of forest, the picking can be generous! The leaf, the flower bud, the flower and even the bulb: everything can be eaten in wild garlic! The leaves find many uses in the kitchen, especially in marinades, soups, salads or in pesto...
In Provence, Easter is an important holiday calling on many traditions. Chocolate has been made since the 19th century, but it was in the 20th century that it became a tradition in France and Provence for Easter. If moldings such as eggs, a symbol of renewal, bells and hens are customary, Maison Brémond 1830 offers you to vary the pleasures by offering its artisanal chocolate confectionery produced at the Banon confectionery in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.
Loving, dynamic, accomplice, true family pillar, holder of the keys to the past and family history, invaluable support... so much qualities that we find in the one we call "Grandmother", "Grandma" , or in Provençal “Mameto”. We celebrate them this Sunday, March 5, the opportunity to spoil them and show them how much we cherish them. Make this card made of upcycled elements to accompany your wishes!!
A Dyad harvest allows a single fruit to taste colorful flavors, depending on whether the harvest takes place early or later. The climate, the nature of the soil, the variety of the fruit allow a singular alchemy and to discover an equally exceptional oil.
Saba or Sapa comes from the Latin “savor” or “sapor”, which means “flavor”. Used in cooking since Ancient Rome, this reduction of fresh grape must is also called in Italy “mosto cotto” (“cooked must”) and is the ancestor of balsamic vinegar.
Take advantage of the Friends & Family operation in store and online with the code FF2022! Take advantage of a 20% discount* on your purchases from Wednesday October 27 to Sunday October 30. Offer valid outside the Advent calendar, box of 13 desserts, products on bargains, current promotions and non-Maison Brémond 1830 products
Discover our Christmas newspaper 2022 edition! You will discover exceptional products with the essential Advent Calendar, Box of 13 Desserts, Olive Oil and Christmas Balsamic to offer or be offered. Also find new sweet and savory references, with notes of Provence and the Mediterranean, to please and enhance festive meals!
Identifiable by its warm and vibrant colors but also by the olive trees, cherry trees and lavender hemming it. As incredible as it may be, some 230 million years ago, Provence was covered by the sea. The centuries pass and the soils evolve to discover colored rocks, the result of successive geological movements.
Our pretty Provençal house continues to grow! A new store is opening its doors in the town of Salon-de-Provence. We give you an appointment at 📍 108 cours Gimon, 13300 Salon-de-Provence to come and discover delicious local and committed products 🌿
NEW RANGE FOR SUMMER! The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising... One thing is certain, summer is coming! On this occasion, Maison Brémond 1830 is unveiling a brand new range of cocktail preparations. Three unique alcohol-free references based on balsamic vinegar, to refresh all palates and be tempted by original pairings at aperitif or meal time. Focus on Limoncino, Gin-Tonic and Spritz!
World Recycling Day, Thursday March 18, is an opportunity to review good habits in terms of sorting and recycling. While it is important to ensure intelligent waste sorting, to help reduce it, reusing objects is also a good way to enable effective recycling. Especially when this reuse is synonymous with creativity!
Organic spices from the 4 winds- A Maison Brémond creation Three creations of organic spice blends named after winds echoing Mediterranean flavors and scents, to have in your pantry to spice up any type of gourmet dish. Head south to discover the Maestro, the Marin and the Sirocco!
The almond tree is the first tree to flower in the year. It figures, alongside the olive and pistachio trees, as an emblematic tree around the Mediterranean where it has been cultivated for a long time. Symbols of love and virginity, almond blossoms herald Spring, so he adorns himself with a white robe, even before the leaves appear.
We wish you a happy and engaged New Year! For this new year which begins, the entire team of our House remains mobilized with the sole objective: to live in harmony with our planet and to share it with you. This is an opportunity for us to sincerely thank you for your loyalty and your commitment to our for the protection of the climate and biodiversity in Provence.
PROVENCE'S FIRST HARVEST HAS ARRIVED! Recognizable by its limited edition black & gold container, "La First" is the first extra virgin olive oil selected from the great vintages of Provence from the 2021/2022 harvest. Every winter, it is olive oil that gourmets expect.
ENGAGE WITH US! From November 26 to 28, 2021, we will donate € 1 for each transaction carried out in store and online to the Act For Planet association. On this occasion, take advantage of a 20% discount * with the promo code FRIDAY2021 (* excluding box of 13 desserts and products in good deals).
In Provence, on Christmas Eve, it is customary to offer delicacies to guests. Thirteen are presented for each guest to taste in order to ensure good fortune for the year. Discover it quickly in the form of a box to offer or share!
So that Christmas is always a Christmas filled with joy, Maison Brémond 1830 unveils its selection of gourmet products with the new Christmas newspaper. This year, discover new sweet and savory delicacies made in Provence and the Mediterranean, or fall for our essential products from our delicatessens by bringing sunshine to your festive menu!
From the living land of our producers to your plate, our products are made with commitment and conviction in respect of the environment and biodiversity. We are partners of the Act For Planet association: to promote planting in agroforestry, fight against global warming but also fight against soil erosion and promote a return to biodiversity in Provence.