About our fine artisan breads.
Our breads are made using traditional European techniques. Making quality bread takes time and proper ingredients.
Using time tested baking techniques, starts and formulas, we offer consistent breads with unique flavors unmatched by any other bakery in the area.
All of our breads are made using all natural ingredients; we use no preservatives, no artificial flavors, no conditioners. Naturally, our Artisan Breads stay fresh for a few days if stored properly.
If you are not able to enjoy your bread within 1 or 2 days of purchase, we recommend that you place your bread in a sealed plastic bag, and store in the refrigerator or freezer until you can enjoy again.
When you are ready, you can slice and toast your bread, or reheat the remaining loaf in the oven (if frozen, thaw first). Preheat the oven to 350F or 175C and heat the loaf for 10 to 15 minutes. Following these directions will ensure that your bread will have a crunchy crust and moist interior, just as it came out of our ovens.
About our fine pastries and sweets.
Creating attractive looking pastries is only one part of the process; making them taste as great as they look is an even greater challenge. We accomplish this by finding the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Chocolate, fresh dairy products, seasonal fresh fruits, grains and other dry goods are purchased only as needed, ensuring that our pastries will always be made with fresh ingredients.
Making our baked items fresh daily helps keep our ingredients rotated, guaranteeing freshness for all of our customers.
Just to tempt your taste buds, we almost always have our famous NY Style Cheesecake, fresh made Carrot Cake (with real Cream cheese icing), Key Lime Pie (made with fresh Boquete limes) and our amazing French Coconut Pie.
With enough notice we can make just about any dessert or pastry that you could want. Finding ingredients in our small mountain town may be a challenge for some, but we do our best to find what is required to make your special order.
Don’t worry about storing our sweets... they won’t last long enough for that.