Le Lait de Normandie
The milk obviously does not come from Normandie. I wish I were there now. But the bottle! Thanks so much Lisa for offering to send me these great bottles. I love them! They remind me of the time when I was a kid, proudly walking to Mr Meyer’s farm to collect fresh milk in my bidon à lait (metallic milk container). These were great moments. I just *had* to photograph them!
Merci Lisa !
these are cute!
LOVE the photo – beautifully done!
Vraiment trop mimi.
Oh I remember getting the milk in the metallic container from the farm when we used to live in Provence. I got mad when I learned my brother inherited it. Great milky white and heavenly shot!
Magnifique bouteille… moi aussi je me souviens les nombreuses fois où je suis allée à la ferme chercher du lait. Cet été je serai en Normandie, peut être trouverais-je d’aussi jolies choses !
^^ a cute bottle~
i still remember the milk when i was a child~ just like this one~
bottle milk~ so lovely memory~
if only my photos looked as beautiful as yours…. 😀
i’m so happy you got your bottles!
I’m actually going to be in Normandie in a few weeks this month and wonder if you might recommend any foodie things to do while there, besides eat tons of seafood and camenbert of course.
Super mignonne cette bouteille. Tu as la bouteille de Normandie, moi le lait…
I have a weakness for milk bottles. this is definitely cute what with that enclosure.
Bottles and glass jars… jam jars, bonne maman… I think we all have a weakness for these little works of art. My friend has recently begun buying milk straight from the farm and loves milk again. I ought to do the same. Such a good idea.
What an adorable bottle! So cute!
I’d pretty much drink anything that came in a bottle like that.
When I was little I often had to go and pick the milk up from a farmer half a mile away. I remember one winter morning when I arrived home and there was almost no milk left in the container. I had swung it to hard back and forth on my home, and hadn’t realised the lid was not quite closed. This is how our containers looked: http://www.kunstschule-kassel.de/0/0/galerie.html
That bottle is too adorable! Sigh…I was born and bred in a city and have no wonderful fresh milk from the farmer memories. I wish I did! It must have tasted awesome…
oh yes, what memories to have been able to get the milk, eh?
Merisi, my bidon à lait was just like yours too! I was so mad when I heard that my mum had got rid of it a long time ago, when I wished I would have inherited it! But then, how could she have known that I would become obsessed with objects like this!
Helen, you can always steal it from your brother 😉
Lisa, I just found out that there is a Comptoir de Famille store in Boston! Heaven!
Moi aussi j’allais chercher le lait a la ferme avec mon bidon en alu. Ah l’odeur de l’etable!
Elles sont adorable ces bouteilles.
Tu ne serais pas un peu “homesick” par hasard?
Bon weekend a toi aussi Bea, repose toi bien.
Your photos are always beautiful and this one in particular is really light and very nice… I like it.
Oh so cute! I wish you could still have a milk man.
So beautifull, my grama used to buy cream in Russia in glass jurs like this, it tasted better.
J’adore cette jolie bouteille !
Inspired in your milk, those time , when the fresh milk came in a bottle,i do a milk confiture.But is not the same ,like the old times when my grammy made to use her tasty confiture
. Wonderful photo
I think I will try to buy one of these lovely bottles in a shop nearby …
I cannot find these bottles anywhere in the US..how much would they cost to have mailed to the USA?
Eddie, I am not sure as I brought them back with me when i returned from France in last May. You have to ask the company.
Thaks you so much for your response…if anyone ever sees them in the US I would so very much appreciate you letting me know…Happy Friday to everyone!!!
Where can you buy the lids of the Le bon Lait bottles, if you break one.
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Can one still buy this bottle?
I just bought a blue one for .99 from a Goodwill. My last name is Guernsey. My mother started collecting. I followed along! Have many Guernsey bottles.
Some on Ebay