A quality raw material

Dried fruit, cane sugar, icing sugar, almonds, Gianduja praline… Each ingredient in our confectionery is carefully selected for its quality, taste, colour, texture and flavour.


Coucougnettes, Galipettes, Tétons, Prunes, Bijoux de la Reine are rolled by hand. Each of these confectioneries requires particular expertise specific to its material and texture.

A range of gourmet products, authentic, mischievous… and above all award-winning!

Francis Miot is the most successful confectioner-jam maker in France. The House, with its products, has more than 18 awards with titles as prestigious as “Best sweet of France” for the Coucougnette, which has since become a regional specialty of France, or “Best chocolate of France” for the Galipette.

Culture and greed!

Behind each confectionery is a story! Told by Francis Miot himself, some anecdotes specific to these confectioneries are a true nod to the history of France, especially that of King Henri IV, recalling our Béarnaise attachment.

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Title: Blue Ribbon – Best Chocolate of France – 49th Salon Intersuc in 2004
Recipe: Almond pralines covered in 72% cocoa dark chocolate, enveloped in dentelle crepe.
When Francis Miot created this unique chocolate confection, he was surprised to see how the chocolate praline delicately rolled in a bed of dentelle crêpe. Coming out, the finished product is a beautifully round ball, perfectly dressed in a crispy, flaky coat. Thus, the “Galipette” is born. French for “somersault,” the Galipette loves to bound in fine biscuit, coming out tousled.