Antonio Meneghin’s Marshmallows
Innovation and tradition.
Marshmallows (Guimauve in French) are one of these delicacies whose magic has been killed by the processed food industry. We are here going back to the origins, with these organic certified artisanal marshmallows: No colourings, no preservatives, no eggs. Only water, sugar, glucose, natural gelatine, and dehydrated organic fresh fruits.
Tasting Notes of the Curator
Extremely light and fluffy like little clouds in your mouth, Antonio Meneghin’s marshmallows bring an amazing balance of flavours in your mouth. Known for his extensive creativity ( he evens make savoury Marshmallows like truffle and saffron ), we are bringing in the Philippines some of his classics:
- Orange Blossom Water
Chocolate Covered Marshmallows
- Salted Butter Caramel
- Cinnamon Orange
It’s a delicious and light delicacy that the whole family will for sure enjoy immensely.
Pairings & Suggestions
The traditional marshmallows will pair perfectly with a nice Champagne or a bubbly wine like a Moscato d’Asti. The Chocolate covered ones will be perfect to complement coffee after a nice meal.
A passion for a texture
The Guimauve ( or marshmallow ) is a traditional French recipe that evolved with time. We can see descriptions of it in French literature since the 18th century. Antonio Menneghin, when he was chef in a restaurant, started to experiment with the base recipe of the marshmallow to innovate in terms of flavours, with his first trial with green peas. A few years later and many new combinations created, he opened his little artisanal shop, quickly becoming a reference in the confectionery world.
Store your marshmallows in your refrigerator, away from light. Shelf life is up to 4 months.