Christmas in Provence, France, is a rich affair centered around food and traditions such as 13 Desserts, served after Mass on Christmas Eve. The table is laden with things like dried fruits, nuts, sweetmeats and nougats and fresh fruits. It’s a feast, as you would expect.
Sampling of the 13 Desserts in a Provence Christmas.
Festive dried fruits and nuts
So we’re happy to announce the arrival of a new Lampe Berger fragrance, Gourmandises de Provence, or “Provence treats.” It’s a blend of all the good things in a Provencal traditional Christmas celebration: Anis, apple, candied lemon and orange, dried fruits, cinnamon, clove, almond, cedarwood, patchouli, liquorice, and vanilla.
Lampe Berger fragrance Provence Treats, $19.95 for half-liter bottle at Ann’s.
It smells like Christmas in Provence, France. Would you like a little “taste?” Come to Ann’s and sample some. Maybe you’ll have a Provencal Christmas, right here in Texas.
For more details about Christmas in Provence and 13 Desserts, click here and here.
More Lampe Berger fragrances at Ann’s, here.