canelé ◆ | ka'nle | n. (pl. -s) fabulous French treat, originated over 300 years ago,
characterised by a unique and delectable texture with a soft and tender interior 
and a thin caramelised exterior, traditionally flavoured with a vanilla and a subtle 
touch of rum.

Without topping or glazing, and with a delightful apparent simplicity,
the canelés by YVONNE & GUITE are a true culinary treasure
to behold and above all to enjoy.