The fame of its pastry cake of rye and its glass of milk settled up on the hill, and was promptly celebrated by the exhausted peasants after their ascent to the windmills. With the first industrial smokes, the hill resolved to be absorbed by Paris, and the glass of milk took on the ruby colour of a strong wine. Montmartre became permanently the hill of the dancing and cabarets, the one dedicated to the painters, the artists and the bourgeois in need of euphoria.
The Company of Montmartre, right in the footsteps of Madame Debray, revives an
eternal product, in compliance with the rich traditional history of Montmartre: The Biscuits, and among those traditional biscuits, one became dedicated to the location as a referenced cookie: “the cobblestone of the hill”.