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"The best of things to eat.
Ice cream making at its very best. Once you taste their ice creams, you'll be hooked. Sixty flavors, that's enough to drive you crazy. Enjoy it there or take it home."
Pays de Provence Mai-juin 2003

“... Mr. Perriere remains one of the most popular ice cream suppliers for the region’s restaurant owners. His ice creams include extremely original flavors…”
Gantié Guide

“...No one but Master Perriere, ice cream artisan of Ansouis, can delight the most discerning of ice cream lovers with his 70 flavors…”
Le Figaro Méditerranée

“...Michel, Sigrid and Olivier never cease to create new flavors. L’Art Glacier is for them a true passion. Between the Perriere family and ice cream, a long love story continues…”
Provençal-Méridional

"...In Ansouis, Master ice cream maker Michel Perriere produces a great variety of flavors according to the seasons…
How can one, indeed, resist the pleasure of taking the time to savor delicious ice cream sitting on the splendid, vast terrace with a sweeping view of the restful Luberon countryside and the Saint Victoire range…”

Méridional

“...If there ever was a place in demand during these hot days of summer, it is none other than L’Art Glacier…”
Femina

"…A Vaucluse firm ,specifically from Ansouis, won top honors for quality at the Golden Cone competition of the Agecotel professional fair…”

Nice Matin

"A couples of miles out of Pertuis… a sign at the corner of a dirt road announces : Michel Perrière, l'Art Glacier…
The Perrières make ice cream and sorbets to sell from their home factory, as well to deliver in lager quantities to the top restaurants, select shops, and tearooms of the region…
Gâteau Sissi is the latest addition to l'Art Glacier's repertoire and we find that it solves any dessert problem for a dinner party. Named after Sissi, who created it, it consists of a thin base of hazelnut ice cream covered with neat little scoops of all the sorbets and ice cream flavors of the house…"

The magic of Provence. Yvone Lenard. USA. www.magicofprovence.com