Café de Paris

7,60 (incl. VAT)

My favorite spice

Category: Product ID: 18572


“Café de Paris” is one of the few spice blends used in French cuisine. The mixture “Café de paris” was invented in 1930 in a restaurant in Geneva. Here, this mixture was first used for a fine sauce and served to an entrecote.

As with curry, there is no uniform recipe for this spice mixture “café de paris” – only one spice should always be included: finest dried French tarragon.

Additional information


sweet and spicy

For use in/with

Sauces, herb butter, cream sauces, gratins, grilled marinades, salad dressings


40 g glass, 80 g refill carton


Pepper, mustard, salt, onion, chives, parsley, thyme, rosemary, tarragon
Contains mustard


30 g: glass container with a grinder (refillable)
60 g: cardboard box with aroma-proof bag


40 g: diameter about 45 mm, height about 140 mm
80 g: height 140 mm, width 70 mm, depth 35 mm