Sweet Detente Order Form
At Sweet Détente we bring the world together with our organic international desserts.  These are all original recipes but are true to their cultural origins.  We invite you to mix and match our individually sized desserts to create your own trip around the world!  Each dessert comes with its own history which is a great companion for your journey.  We are also eco-friendly and globally and socially conscious.

*Please note: this form and the prices shown below are for Regular Retail Orders only which come in simple pastry boxes and do not include applicable delivery/shipping/handling fees or sales tax.  If you are interested in a Custom Order (e.g. gift, custom, seasonal, catering or wholesale orders) please contact us directly.  We offer delivery and pickup locally in the Woodstock, GA. area and can also ship throughout the U.S.  We will reply to your order via email within 24 hours. After you Submit your order you will receive an email with invoice and a link to pay.
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Argentinian Alfajor
The name alfajor is derived from an Arabic word “al-hasu” which means “stuffed” or “filled.”  These incredibly delicious cookies are a traditional confection that is found in some regions of Spain and in countries of Latin America, South America, and Mexico.

The classic alfajor consists of two round buttery sandwich cookies filled with luscious dulce de leche or jam and covered with powdered sugar. The special appeal is when you bite into one. First you taste the scrumptious chocolate, then you get a taste of the soft cookie that just melts in your mouth. Finally, you get to the sweet spot, that creamy caramel taste of dulce de leche!
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Australian Lamington
Lamington or Lemmington – The word lamington means layers of beaten gold. Most consider this golden cake to be Australian with origins in Queensland.

Delicious squares of a light-as-air, golden genoise cake, traditionally dipped in chocolate, then rolled in coconut. In Victoria (State of Australia) they often add a layer of raspberry or plum jam.


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English Bakewell Tarts
Legend has it that the name came from a customer of the White Horse Inn in Bakewell who decided that the tart was “baked well”.  Thus the Inn called it their “Bakewell” tart, a pun on the name of the town of Bakewell and a well baked tart.

The Bakewell Tart, also known as Bakewell Pudding, is a delicate and buttery short-crust pastry filled with an egg and ground almond enriched filling called frangipane and lined with a layer of luscious fruit jam. The Tart and the pudding are somewhat different in appearance, ingredients, flavor and texture.
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French Macaron
The name is derived from an Italian word “maccarone” or “maccherone” (which means ‘fine dough’ in English). This word is itself derived from ammaccare, meaning crush or beat, used here in reference to the almond paste which is the principal ingredient.

A flourless sandwiched cookie composed of two light and delicate almond meringue disks generally filled with a layer of buttercream, jam, or ganache. But here at Sweet Detente, we use mascarpone for a light as air filling!


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French Sablé
The word sablé is a French word that means ‘sandy’, a word which best describes it’s tender, delicate texture. This melt-in-your-mouth, delicate and delicious cookie originated in 17th century France in Caen in the province of Normandy.

A delicate and to-die-for butter cookie very similar to a shortbread but lighter and with a very special, crumbly texture.
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Italian Panforte
The word panforte literally means strong bread. It is also known as pan pepato (peppered or spiced bread) based on some of the spices that were used.

A delicious, rich and chewy confection made of cooked honey,  holiday spices, dried fruits and nuts. Panforte originated in the Middle Ages in Sienna as pan pepato and was once used as a tithe to the monasteries at the beginning of each new year, so you will often find it in abundance throughout Italy at Christmas time.
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Lebanese Ma'amoul
Ma’amoul is an Arabic word which means ‘stuffed’ or ‘filled’.  Ma’amoul are popular throughout the Middle East and North Africa. They originated in the Middle East from a style called ‘tent cooking’ which spread from country to country.

Ma’amoul are elegant, molded, cake-like pastries filled with delicious combinations of nuts and/or dried fruits such as dates, walnuts and figs. The dough is either shaped by hand whereby special tweezers are used to create beautiful designs or it’s pressed into a beautiful intricately designed mold called a taabeh or tamreah. The shape of each mold indicates the type of filling. The flattop kind indicates a date filling, whereas the other shapes indicate some kind of nut filling.
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Russian Kartoshka
The word ‘kartoshka’ literally means ‘potato’, which best describes the form in which this luscious dessert is sometimes made.

A fudgy, chocolate ganache confection doused in spicy rum and generally shaped into a round ball similar to a rum ball or a truffle.
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