​​A hand picked selection of finest chefs' ingredients, gourmet products, cooking alcohols 
& tisserie essentials from 
 France's leading producers.
OUR SPECIALTIES
  1. Pâtisserie Products
    Pâtisserie Products
    Our specialty baking & pastry ingredients each possess their own unique qualities; attributes that will enhance the quality of your presentation, flavour and on-shelf appeal.
  2. Gourmet Specialties
    Gourmet Specialties
    A selection of finest pâtés, foie gras, duck confits and cassoulets from the Dordogne, a unique range of vinegar pearls, chestnut products from the south of France, and much more.
  3. Chefs' Essentials
    Chefs' Essentials
    Chef's ingredients including genuine cooking alcohols, fleur de sel from Guérande, vanilla beans from Tahiti along with many more carefully selected chefs' essentials.
​contact us

Place your order by emailing: donna@frenchfinefoods.co.nz 


PO Box 83 ​​
Red Beach 0945, Auckland 
New Zealand
​Ph 021 173 8329
          

Product of the Month

 
 
 
 As proof of its presence on the Titanic, a bottle of GRAND MARNIER® was found among its wreckage and is on display at the Titanic Museum.

Fortunately French Fine Foods employs somewhat more reliable shipping methods to ensure the product arrives on our shores safely, securely and in pristine condition ready to enhance your products or dishes. 

French Fine Foods is proud to be the New Zealand importer of GRAND MARNIER® and other cooking alcohols for culinary purposes.

The proud heritage of
Grand Marnier®

The GRAND MARNIER® story began in 1827 when Jean-Baptiste Lapostolle founded a distillery in Neauphe-le-Château, France that produced fruit liqueurs.

It was in 1876, when his granddaughter married Louis-Alexandre Marnier, the son of a wine-making family from the Sancerre region, that the Marnier Lapostolle family was born. GRAND MARNIER® liqueur was originally named "Curaçao Marnier". Then when inventor Louis-Alexandre Marnier Lapostolle had his friend César Ritz taste his creation, the famed hotelier suggested a new name: "GRAND MARNIER®"

"A grand name for a grand liqueur," he is reputed to have said, ignoring a trend in turn-of-the-century Paris to call everything small, or "petit". At the turn of the century, GRAND MARNIER ® was awarded numerous medals in national and international competitions (Universal Expositions in Chicago in 1893, in Paris in 1900).
 
GRAND MARNIER® was reputed to have been stocked on board the White Star Line’s transatlantic liners at the beginning of the 20th century.