La Biscuiterie de la Malène

"A child's favorite game is to make ricochets and then, even when you're an adult, you have to remain a child, you have to remain greedy."

The Biscuiterie de la Malène was born in 2012, on the banks of the Tarn River in La Malène, Lozère. It is a rich territory at the junction between two large national parks The Cevennes and the Grands Causses. Christophe, who is passionate about his region, first worked as a boatman in the famous Gorges du Tarn and then opened his own bakery and cookie factory.

The greed combined with the pleasure to make taste the specialities of the country led him to make small cookies resembling the pebbles on the banks of the Tarn: round, flat and with which one makes ricochets. This is how shortbread with different flavors became pebbles, also called ricochets.

As a passionate of his territory, it was clear for Christophe to put it in the honor in his recipes. He rigorously chooses his raw materials from local suppliers. The flours come from local mills, as well as the Roquefort cheese of course, but also the nuts and juniper berries. Today, Christophe and Myriam imagine new recipes of cookies, most often conceived with local products.

And it is precisely because they prefer to source their products in the department or in neighboring departments that they are members of the De Lozère collective brand.

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  • Galet du tarn salted biscuit with Roquefort cheese - 100g
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  • De savoureux biscuits cévenols : les Galets du Tarn à la châtaigne.
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