Sweet sweet

Notre rayon confiserie est plein. Vous y trouverez

  • des bonbons ( fruits, violette, miel, coquelicot, bergamote) mais aussi
  • des sucettes,
  • du chocolat,
  • des orangettes,
  • des raisins marinés au Sauterne,
  • des pâtes de fruit …..

De délicieuses douceurs à offrir à ceux qu’on aime ( ou à soi-même)

Made in France Gifts

This holiday season, give french-made gifts and support indepedent business.

Bring France Home offers a selection of gifts made exclusively in France, available on our website or in our parisian shop.

All I want for Xmas is Bring France Home

Today is December 2, and as Maria points out, that means Christmas is 22 days away! !

Maria in our shop

It’s time to get busy with your shopping. Bring France offers over 300 gift references, all made in France, for all ages and budgets.
Our boutique will be open on Sundays, December 10 and 17 (opening times updated on Google Google Maps).

Asparagus season has begun

We are already starting to see asparagus on the shelves in France, even if the real season starts in May.

What is Upcycled Leather

At a time when it is important to preserve our planet, we have chosen to offer you two magnificent products in upcycled leather. But what is upcycling? Another English word? Our Quebecois friends are not going to be happy but we did not find the exact French word. Some people say “surcyclage”, but we don’t find it very eloquent.

Absinthe : from boom to bans

The colonization of Algeria by France launched absinthe. As early as 1830, it was recommended that soldiers put a few drops of absinthe in their water to disinfect it. The army absolutely believed in the antiseptic virtues of absinthe. It must be said that since the dawn of time, the plant was known to cure anything and everything. 

The Origins of Absinthe

Before opening our shop on rue de Birague, we had a pop’up store next to the Vert d’Absinthe shop which has since closed. The proximity with this shop, expert in absinthe, aroused our curiosity. Without being specialists, we acquired a certain knowledge about this mythical product that we will share with you, in several episodes.

Change management must make sense

As you know, our shop is located at 3, rue de Birague in the small street that connects Place des Vosges to Rue Saint Antoine. Our street is a one-way street. Until May 11th, it was “going down”, i.e. it used to go from the Place des Vosges to the Rue Saint Antoine and then all of a sudden, it was decided, without consulting the local residents, to reverse the direction of traffic.

Bring France Home on France 2 TV news

We had the pleasure of receiving in our shop yesterday afternoon, a team from France Télévision who was preparing a report on the economic downturn in Parisian tourism.

Castex Street

We ship your orders from the Post Office located at Rue Castex. It’s convenient, it’s next to our little boutique, there’s rarely a queue, the employees are nice. It should be noted that this post office is Art Deco. The facade is in brick and mosaics of a pretty pink color. If you pass by, pay attention to the imposing front door which is surmounted by a period light fixture.

In short, to be honest, until we had a new Prime Minister of the same name we had not been interested in this street. But now the situation has changed. Let us share the results of our research about the Castex name.