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La Confiserie Florian has been working closely with Marcel Quentin for the last 30 years. Located in Tourrettes-sur-Loup, just a few kilometres from the Confiserie, M. Quentin’s violet fields cover 2 acres.
The production of violets began in 1960 and has evolved considerably. Today there are 4 varieties growing in the field. Among them is the SuperPhenix violet which was created by Mr. Quentin himself. The violet is used in our confits of course, but it is also featured in our crystallized flowers, and enhances our "Califleurs", delicious violet calissons. We also use it in our chocolate bars and in many other original delicacies.Discover the violet range
We have been working for over 10 years with Henri Garnier, our lemon producer. His land in Saint-Laurent-du-Var spreads over 2 acres and with around 800 organic lemon trees. Every year it provides us with 1500 kilos of delicious lemons to produce our tasty lemon jam.
The lemon trees are of the "4 seasons" variety and the harvest takes place from mid-November to the end of April. There are about 450 lemons growing on each tree, for a total of 75kg of fruit per tree!Discover the lemon range
Charles-Michel Fatou has provided us with bitter oranges for the last 30 years! His fields are located in Nice in the Gairaut area. Mr Fatou's family settled on this land in 1840 and the orange trees were planted in 1920.
Spread over more than 7 hectares, each orange tree on the farm produces an average of 100 kg of fruit. We are proud to work with local fruit to produce quality bitter orange jams.
We are proud of our 30 year-partnership with Joseph Giuge, who produces our roses. For 3 generations, the plantations of the Giuge family have been passed down through the family. Located in Vence, a few kilometres from the Confiserie, their fields spread out over several acres and enjoy Provence’s sun all year long. Between 10 000 and 12 000 rose bushes are grown in the open air fields and 3000 m2 of greenhouses.
Joseph and his son Michel, who took over the entire farm two years ago, grow many varieties of roses on their land, such as the tango, the noblesse, the ambiance or the anna, to name but a few. Rose petal confit, one of our greatest successes, sublimates the rose of Vence. Calinous, teas and syrups are the ambassadors of its fragrant petals.Discover the Rose range
Already well-known for the quality of their roses, the Giuge family also grows high quality figs on their land in Vence. Every year, the Confiserie Florian acquires between 400 and 600 kilos of this exceptional fruit.
For more than 10 years, our master confectioners have been making artisanal jams from the fleshy, crunchy and melting "boule d'or" figs of Vence. The quality of these fruits, picked when ripe, brings a particularly fragrant flavour to all our fig jams.Discover the fig range