I’ve been staying at a friend’s place here in France once I left Paris. It’s a little guesthouse in the middle of nowhere, close to the village Sennecey le Grand, on the farm of her grandma. I already wrote about her amazing Tarte à la framboise the other day but her homemade Brioche is just as amazing.
As my friend’s mother usually came to visit us during the evenings it’s been the first time we were at her house today for, how else could it be, tea, cake and cheese. I really love it! All over the house you see lots of flacons. She’s collecting them and literally has a dozen of beautiful as well as weird shaped mini sized perfumes.
For further information I searched the Internet if you actually have to pay for those small bottles or if you’ll get them for free in drugstores or wherever. You can get them for free and I came to notice that some of them are actually collector’s items and quite a bit worth!