Located in the heart of Paris, Institut finlandais’ Café Maa is the ideal place to experience Nordic specialties. Discover our selection of Finnish products on sale at the Café:

 

METTÄ

Entirely manufactured in Finland from natural super foods, METTÄ’s herbal tea, honey and jam invites you to step into the Finnish forest.

Herbs, berries, leaves and conifers are the main ingredients of these products, capturing the essence of Finnish nature. Our selection includes the Midsummer Night herbal tea, a caffeine-free blend of Finnish wild flowers and herbs evoking the magic of Midsummer nights, the relaxation of the sauna, the tranquillity of the mökki (cottage) and the smell of wild flowers.

 

Frukt

Finnish people are the world’s biggest coffee drinkers, with an average consumption of six cups of filter coffee per day per person. Café Maa invites you to experience this coffee culture by featuring small Finnish and French roasters. 

Frukt Coffee Roasters is a small and dedicated specialty coffee roastery based in Turku, Finland. The current filter coffee of Frukt Coffee Roasters is produced by Mario Moreno at the farm Los Andes based in Santa Barbara, Honduras. This coffee’s sweet and aromatic taste reminds of vanilla with notes of raspberries and yellow fruit paired with smooth mouthfeel and great complexity, ending with a pleasant creamy milk chocolate in the aftertaste.

 

Kawa

As for our espresso, it is brewed with Kawa Coffee’s Buena Esperanza coffee from Guatemala. After sourcing the beans directly from the farmers, Kawa extracts all their flavours by roasting them in their Paris workshop. 

 

Malmgård Estate

Malmgård is an ancestral family estate located in Loviisa, Finland. The countess Kristina Creuz breathed a new life into the domain by transforming it into a place specialised in organic cereal farming and agritourism. 

Their wholegrain rye flour, cold pressed rapeseed oil and three-cereal cooking mix are available at Café Maa. Discover emmer, an ancient variety of wheat and one of the oldest cereals cultivated by humans.