La Maison Fossier was founded in 1756 in Reims, Champagne. It received the Living Heritage Company label as a reward for its renowned ancestral know-how based on its mastery of traditional techniques. Fossier owes its reputation to the famous Biscuit Rose of Reims, invented in 1691. At that time, bakers created a special dough so as to use the heat of their oven after cooking bread. That was the origin of the word "BIS-CUIT" (i.e. cooked twice). In fact, Fossier's Biscuit Rose is the only one of its kind that remains extra light, crispy and crunchy on the outside whilst being soft on the inside even when dipped in champagne or wine! Biscuit Roses make for stellar dessert combinations!