Maison Gazelle, Moroccan gazelle horn heaven in Paris

Maison Gazelle is the new store-tearoom where you can enjoy Moroccan gazelle horns. More sophisticated than the Algerian gazelle horns, they are available in six flavors and served with cold-squeezed almond milk or an ice cream scoop flavored with gazelle horn as well!

Oriental pastry lovers, forget everything you’ve ever known about gazelle horns sprinkled with confectioner’s sugar (the Algerian version) and go and discover the Moroccan gazelle horns at Maison Gazelle.

Running this store and tea-room, passionate Sara Boukhaled who speaks about her pastries with love and passion.

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At Maison Gazelle, everything is based on raw ingredients, thoroughly selected in Morocco: Roussi almonds (from Middle Atlas), Riffi almonds (from Rif massif), Beldi almonds (High Atlas region)… And that’s not all! Pure orange blossom hand-distilled between Fez and Casablanca so is the rose water.

As for the other ingredients, sourcing is just as sharp with IGP Piedmont hazelnuts, PDO butter from Poitou and Red Label wheat flour coming from Versailles. All things good!

Making gazelle horn (and it’s an art!) requires an authentic know-how and hours of preparation.

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Maison Gazelle signature collection includes 6 sweet treats:

  • Orange blossom gazelle horn
  • Rose water gazelle horn
  • Lemon and cardamom gazelle horn
  • Roast almonds and sesame seed gazelle horn
  • Cocoa and bergamot citrus gazelle horn
  • Piedmont hazelnut gazelle horn

These six delicate pastries can be enjoyed from the most subtle to the strongest flavors after having bathed your hands in orange blossom as tradition demands.

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On the spot or to take away, we complete our tasting with cold-squeezed almond milk before your eyes. Choose the type of almonds between three ranges, ordered from the less strong to the strongest and elevate your milk with orange blossom, cinnamon, honey or even turmeric to get a golden latte.

Moreover, at Maison Gazelle, nothing is wasted, and everything is transformed. The remaining almond meal after the cold squeeze is used for the homemade granola!

Don’t forget to try the gazelle horn ice cream created by Fabien Foenix ice cream-maker in Paris 17th arrondissement, a wonder.

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Starting in late August, Maison Gazelle provides savory gazelle horns flavored with lamb tajine, prunes and even Fourme D’Ambert for instance and the house will expand its savory and sweet offers with a brunch serving shakshuka, and Baghrir napoleon.

A new, chic and tasty address for foreign pastry lovers!

Manon C.
Last updated on 27 July 2019

Practical information

Opening Time
From 27 July 2019 to 31 December 2019

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    Location

    2 Rue Jean-Macé
    75011 Paris 11

    Prices
    La corne de gazelle: 2,5 €
    Glace: 2,5-4 €
    Thé glacé ou citronnade: 5 €
    Lait d'amande frais pressé à froid: 6 €
    Pâtisserie: 6-10 €
    Tea Time: 13-26 €
    Coffre 6 cornes de gazelle: 18 €
    Boite de 12 cornes de gazelle: 28 €
    Boite de 24 cornes de gazelle: 55 €

    Official website
    maisongazelle.com

    More information
    Du Mardi au Dimanche 10h00-20h00

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