The port city of Le Havre is better known for architecture than food, but the city has a wealth of culinary offerings that fly under the radar…
Two new Normandy drinks you need to know about
Find out about our Marketing Manager Ben Collier’s new favourite Normandy tipples…
Sweet treats from Normandy
Here’s our selection of must-try sweet treats from Normandy that showcase some of the region’s finest fare – butter, apples and caramel – bon appétit!
Normandy’s craftiest beer brewers
Les Travailleurs de l’Amer Les Travailleurs de l’Amer brewery in the Manche département produces a range of beers influenced by the sea! Purchase any of these beers and you’ll be paying tribute to maritime trades like fishing, underwater exploration and oceanography, plus if you purchase the limited edition brown ale, 40 cents will also go towards…
The Shepherdess of the Cotentin
Today, Stéphanie’s life as a shepherdess in Normandy is a far cry from her former life as a graphic designer in Paris!
Grape expectations: Normandy’s very own vineyard
Les Arpents du Soleil vineyard just south of Caen is Normandy’s best-kept secret, but not for much longer!
Five Norman cheeses you never knew existed
Camembert de Normandie, Neufchâtel, Livarot and Pont-l’Evêque need no introduction, but did you know that Normandy is actually home to 40 cheeses? Many of them are well-kept secrets and hard to find even over here in Normandy, but with a bit of luck you may get to taste a few of the five following fromages the next time you visit our yummy part of France!
Avallen, new nectar of the Normans
Sustainable drinks brand Avallen has partnered with Difford’s Guide and premium drinks distributer Mangrove UK to launch the very first World Calvados Day, which took place earlier this week on Tuesday 20 October. We caught up with Stephanie Jordan, Drinks Business’ Woman of the Year 2020 and Avallen co-founder, to find out more about Normandy’s first sustainable calvados…
See you soon, Normandy
Here are five things we can’t wait to eat again on our upcoming summer holiday to Normandy!
Normandy’s fruit trail
Spring has sprung in Normandy! While not currently possible to visit our region, we wanted to wax lyrical about a wonderful and lesser-known area well worth a visit once it is OK to travel again: Normandy’s fruit trail. Last spring, my husband and I decided to set off for a short break in search of…