Bakery Lorraine Celebrates National Honey Month with New Macaron
San Antonio & Austin based Bakery Lorraine is partnering with the National Honey Board this September for National Honey Month to celebrate the fuzzy pollinators that gift us with such lovely treats. As part of this partnership, the beloved bakery is debuting a limited time Mesquite Honey Macaron that will be available during National Honey Month and throughout the fall. The special macaron is filled with a mesquite honey buttercream and fresh honey.
Do you know where honey is made? In the world’s most efficient factory: the beehive! These amazing insects transform nectar from flowers into the amazing honey we use in our Mesquite Honey Macaron. Stop in today to try their new flavor!
The new macaron isn’t Bakery Lorraine’s first venture into the world of honey. They’re supporting their favorite little insect, the honey bee, by baking with honey products available all month long. The bakery’s indulgent cinnamon rolls are glazed with honey from Gretchen Bee Ranch and their Caneles are also created using bees’ wax in the molds to help give the pastry a shiny exterior. Educational materials from the National Honey Board can also be found at Bakery Lorraine locations throughout the month as well.
The Mesquite Honey Macaron, Cinnamon Roll and Canele are available at all Bakery Lorraine locations. Additionally, at Bakery Lorraine’s Pearl location the proceeds from the bakery’s Earl Grey Macaron will be donated to the Landa Gardens Conservancy during the month of September.
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At the Pearl Brewery
306 Pearl Pkwy #110, San Antonio, TX 78215
210 862 5582
At the Medical Center
7338 Louis Pasteur Dr, San Antonio, TX 78229
210 303 0330
At Domain Northside
11600 Rock Rose Ave #100, Austin, TX 78758
512 300 0300
About Bakery Lorraine
Every item that they put out is handmade with the utmost care and attention to detail. Each ingredient is treated with the proper respect and thoughtfulness it deserves—from the miller’s flour to the dairy farmer’s eggs and butter.