I suggest that you don’t confuse these with the regular rose macarons at Bizu. Because, apart from the sprinkling of pink sugar scattered on top, this one actually has a fruity twist to it: there’s lychee puree in the creme patisserie holding these macs together. 😀
Because the natural taste of lychees is already akin to that of jasmine touched with a hint of lime blossom, it’s a natural counterpoint to the strongly floral note of the rose essence used to flavor these classic almond biscuit sandwiches.
I like to think of these as a perfectly elegant little snack to go with a pot of rosebud infusion on a rainy day. 🙂