NUBI is taking steps to meet the growing demand for its products and to continue to produce its fabulous deserts with even more care.
The new production site is located at Sannois.
After the success of the tiramisu collection, NUBI is now offering a new range of desserts: The Avalanche.
Comprising alternating layers of creamy mousse, almond biscuit, ganache and coulis, this desert will satisfy even the most gourmet palates.
Two flavours are now available:
Get your spoons ready!
A new range of NUBI products: The Classics Revisited.
And to launch this new concept, NUBI has created a Paris-Brest in a pot for even more pleasure and flavour. With its crispy praline, a smooth cream filling and soft sponge, everything is there to satisfy the most demanding palates.
Mascarpone is an Italian cheese originating from the Lodi region of Lombardy.
It was given its name by a governor who, on tasting this cheese for the first time in the 12th century, exclaimed: “Mas que bueno!” Meaning “Better than good!”
“The history of Génoise”
In 1830, the chef Auguste Julien, while visiting the Bordeaux pastry maker Lorsa, discovered the technique from an Italian craftsman from Genoa, consisting in beating the biscuit over a slow flame. He baptised the dough “Génoise” in his honour.
“The history of Tarte Tatin”
This famous tart was born in Sologne towards the end of the 14th century at an inn belonging to the Tatin sisters. Rushing to finish it, the eldest forgot to put in the pastry (at the bottom) and had to add it after the other ingredients, thus creating this iconic desert.