Meet the only patisserie to use a Pantone colour matching system. “The intricate process takes into consideration ‘colour fading’ that occurs during the cooking process, ensuring your macaroons match your wedding, party or corporate colour scheme to perfection,” say the team. (We chose the colours for our Different Kind boxes.)
Miss Macaroon, also known as Rosie Ginday, is a Michelin-trained chef and always uses top quality ingredients - sugar syrup heated to an exact temperature, almonds ground to fine meal.These are luxury macarons.
Miss Macaron set up in 2011, with just one person on the team, a tiny kitchen and £500. They are now one of the best-known social enterprises in their home town of Birmingham.
Why they are different:
Your first bite will crack the fine crust and then the flavour floods your mouth. There’s champagne and rose and pistachio and salted caramel and many more.
Why they are kind:
One of the Miss Macaron mottos is “indulgence is a virtue”. The virtue in this case is the training and jobs they provide for young people facing long-term unemployment. All of their profits go back into this scheme.