Recognized as one of the most talented artisan bakers of his generation, Eric Kayser built his reputation around his passion for bread and his dedication to passing on this expertise to the world.
Founded in 1996, Eric Kayser opened his first bakery in the historic district of Paris in the Rue Monge. A fourth generation baker, Eric Kayser perfected his craft in the Compagnons du Devoir, an exclusive trade guild for the finest craftsmen and artisans. He then proceeded to teach for 10 years in the INBP (Institut National de la Boulangerie-Pâtisserie), the national school of bakers in France. In 1994, he designed and patented the Fermentolevain machine alongside Patrick Castagna. The machine maintains natural liquid levain, the essence and lifeblood of Maison Kayser’s breads and viennoiseries. The use of natural leavens and quality flours, without the addition of preservatives or additives, set Maison Kayser bread apart from its competition, allowing the brand to gain a loyal following worldwide. Today, his fine craftsmanship and innovations to the baking process have been reproduced around the world.
Eric Kayser Philippines was incorporated in 2013, adding to a growing list of over 120 shops among 24 countries spread across Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, South and North America. Since then, we have grown to 7 stores in different cities within Metro Manila, with stores in Makati, Taguig, Mandaluyong, and Alabang.
Good bread does not lie: it says everything about the quality of its ingredients and know-how of its creator. A true baker performs a miracle everyday.
Eric Kayser – Artisan Boulanger
"We buy with our eyes, and then come back for the taste." At Eric Kayser, creativity is central to the development of new products. We constantly strive to add personal touches that expand the company’s gourmet repertoire in new ways.
"Just as the type of vine heavily influences the resulting wine, bread's taste is determined by the type of flour and leaven used." Eric Kayser’s breads can be distinguished by their premium quality, using only the finest and most natural ingredients possible at all stages of manufacture.