Poeme

Poeme Macarons is named after an illustrious violin piece with the same name, written by composer Ernest Chausson (who is, appropriately, French). A staple in the violin repertoire, Poeme Macarons will soon become your staple macaron—if it hasn’t already! Poeme means poem in French (such a hard translation, we know) and was written to be a love song by Chausson, full of ethereal moodiness that brings out the tumultuous and exuberant emotions of passion and love. Each time you try a Poeme macaron, discover the diverse and intense flavors that mimic Chausson’s masterpiece—and fall in love with every bite.

 

Poeme is currently only online—we operate out of a commercial kitchen but gladly accept orders. We are happy to create macarons to spice up your business, special event, or just a daily dose of sugar! Contact Us to bring some tasty bliss to your life.

Owner

Sandra Zupanski is a professionally-trained violinist, a graduate of the University of Michigan, with a dedicated passion for baking (she’s self-taught!). Poeme is that vision realized, combining music and French pastry in harmonious euphony. She has played violin for sixteen years and was a third-prize winner in the American-protégé International Music Competition, which allowed her to play in Carnegie Hall. Born to Serbian parents, she has traveled throughout the world and loves to showcase these various cultural influences in her unique flavors. Her first item of business in any new location is always—unashamedly—to find and savor the best local food as soon as possible!