Épices Roellinger

Founded by Olivier Roellinger, Épices Roellinger is a family-owned and run spice shop with locations open in Paris, other French cities, London, and Bruges. A haven for cooking fans and foodies, the shop features an array of spices and spice blends made with ingredients from all over the world. Apart from the company’s usual selection of spices, aromatic oils, felur de sel, and salted caramels, this shop on rue Sainte-Anne also houses a Vanilla Cellar with bottles of grand crus.

Épices Roellinger

  • 51 bis Rue Sainte-Anne, 75002 Paris, France

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