Classic Baguette from Makati Shangri-La | 🩆The Bow Tie Duck Manila
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Pre-ordered Freshly Baked Baguette by Makati Shangri-La

The Parisian Classic

If there’s one thing that has a full stamp of approval of France besides wine and cheese, it’s the good ​‘ol clas­sic baguette. Such usu­al sight to see some­one walk­ing around the Parisian streets, with a baguette in hand. Feel like you’re in France! Nobody will judge you for car­ry­ing a warm, fresh, crusty baguette at home. Only avail­able for Sat­ur­day deliveries.

Tast­ing Notes from the Curator

The word baguette sim­ply means ​“wand”, ​“baton” or ​“stick”. This bread main­tains a crusty out­side lay­er and a soft inside. Although baguettes are pre­sent­ed in dif­fer­ent sizes the Clas­sic Baguette from Makati Shangri-La is long and has pointy ends which is com­mon­ly called the ​“le quignon”. It’s a com­mon (but dis­creet) French habit to take off the quignon and have a go at that first. If you’re in love with bread, you won’t be able to resist either. Dig in! Take that quignon!

Pair­ings

Spread your favorite French but­ter. Choose from the Grand Cru of But­ters, Isigny Sainte-MĂšre Unsalt­ed But­ter Rolls or the French Queen of But­ters that is ÉchirĂ© Salt­ed But­ter AOP and indulge in the sim­plic­i­ty of good bread and good but­ter. Match made in heaven.

You may also choose to cut open that baguette and make a sand­wich. Switch it up and make it Asian. A good Bahn Mi sand­wich is your best bet!

Made With Love by Makati Shangri-la

Enjoy the bak­ery prod­ucts, made with utmost care and com­mit­ment to qual­i­ty by Makati Shangri-La Hotel, a lux­u­ry 5‑star hotel in the heart of Makati. Made by hand on the morn­ing of Sat­ur­day, deliv­ered to you fresh on the same day by the care­ful team of The Bow Tie Duck. 

Storage Instructions

Baked fresh on Sat­ur­day morn­ings at Makati Shangri-La, it arrives crisp-crust­ed at your door. Best con­sumed upon arrival, but you can store it on the kitchen counter at room tem­per­a­ture until the next day. Nev­er store bread in the refrig­er­a­tor, or else it will dry out. If you intend to store a whole loaf for more than two days, wrap it in parch­ment paper and store it in the freez­er for up to three months. If you are por­tion­ing out the loaf, please slice it before wrap­ping in parch­ment paper and freezing. 

To refresh frozen bread, take it out of the freez­er to thaw in the paper wrap­ping for a few hours or overnight. Make sure it gets to room tem­per­a­ture. Pre­heat your oven to 175°C. When ready, spritz your thawed loaf light­ly with water on all sides to cre­ate steam, place on a bak­ing tray, and heat for 15 – 20 min­utes. Allow bread to cool on a rack for at least half an hour before serving.

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