La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop, Bordeaux

La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop, Bordeaux

French pastries are what's on the menu at La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop. Patrons can try bite-sized, lunch-sized or "greedy-sized" pastries at this popular bakery.

La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop has a 30-year history in the city of Bordeaux. They have used that time to perfect their specialty pastry: the Canele de Bourdeaux. A canele is small, cylindrical pastry with rum and vanilla flavoring. The outer shell is caramelized while the interior has a custard-like consistency. This dessert has been considered a Bordeaux specialty since 1985, though the recipe is thought to date to at least the 18th century.

This French treat is not the only pastry that is on the menu at La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop. Other treats enjoyed by customers include pies, tarts, cakes cookies and more. La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop does not use any artificial flavoring or coloring in its pastries. There are no GMOs or preservatives.

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Sight Name: La Toque Cuivrée Pastry Shop
Sight Location: Bordeaux, France (See walking tours in Bordeaux)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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