A delicious fruit mixture made using fresh fruit. This recipe is by Christine Ferber, one of the great names in the world of quality jams. Here, everything is prepared in small portions and cooked like in olden days using a copper cauldron. The flavours of yesteryear will come back to you once you taste it.
Christine Ferber is a French pastry chef and chocolatier who co-owns La Maison Ferber in Niedermorschwihr, Alsace region of France. She sells over 200,000 jars of jam a year across the world.
Orders will be released every Friday of the week from 10am~2pm. We likely prefer that you pick up your pastries, but if it is not permissible, you can book a courier by yourself.
Order cut-off day is every Monday of the week to give time for our viennoiserie to prepare the dough and active yeast cultures traditionally.
Kindly refer to our shipping policy for more details.
Keep it Fresh!
Keep it Fresh!
Our pastries are consumed best within 48 hours. If in case you might want to keep them from both drying out and absorbing moisture from the air, kindly place them in a plastic bag or wrap them in foil before storing them in the refrigerator (extend shelf life to 3~5 days).
The best way to reheat is to leave it for about 45 minutes in a preheated 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 Celsius) oven – not any higher or lower.
Hilltop pastries are freshly-baked in small batches, wrapped, dispatched, or picked up on release day.
Kindly refer to the following allowances per offering:
Croissant: 6~6.25 inches
It is a coffee kitchen studio by Everyday Coffee Roasters, providing the neighborhood coffee and viennoiserie made for the day's consumption. We envision it to be our avenue to produce good-quality food creations made from our locally-roast coffees and homegrown farm produce.
Made in Small Batches
Made in limited batches weekly to ensure all stages of the baking process are maintained consistently.
Hilltop pastries are baked, garnished, wrapped, dispatched, or picked up on release day.