Biscuiterie du Quercy is one of the main producers of artichoke rings in France. Its old-fashioned meringues are wonderfully soft and tough on the inside and crunchy on the outside. They are extruded into a beautiful long shape. A slight hint of vanilla gives the meringues a sophisticated flavor.
A classic and charming pair of flavors is fig and goat cheese. As a low-sugar jam, fig fits perfectly with cheese plates. This DeliDel fig jam is further flavored with walnuts, which adds a perfect addition and flavor to the jam. Try fig & walnut jam with different blue cheeses too!
Lemons preserved whole are an integral part of Mediterranean cuisine outside the fresh lemons season. Lemons preserved in salt and water can be used to season a wide variety of foods, including fish and chicken. DeliDel’s preserved lemons come from Egypt, where they have been ripened under the sun to be juicy and beautiful golden yellow. Use the peel part of the lemons in particular or cut them into whole thin slices and use in different dishes!
Aromas: apricot and jasmine
This medium-bodied, pure originine coffee, with its fruity and aromatic nuances, grows on the rolling plateaus of Limo, Ethiopia. The coffee beans come from local small plantations and are 100 % arabica. The coffee uses a mixture of washed beans as well as natural-processed beans, which brings the coffee strength and fruity aromas.
Aromas: hazelnut and roasted almond
Growing on the Bolivian side on the slopes of the Andes, benefiting from a hot and humid climate, this coffee is soft and mildly aromatic. The coffee beans are 100 % arabica and pure origin or single origin coffee. Coffee is grown organically and responsibly in accordance with Fair Trade criteria. The soft but balanced and strong coffee has a hint of both hazelnut and roasted almonds.
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Provence AOP olive oil from French wine and olive producer Chateau Virant has been awarded a gold medal in the Concours Général Agricole 2020 competition. This medium-strong extra virgin olive oil is made from a mixture of five varieties and pressed immediately after collection in the farm's own press and bottling plant.
The oil can be used to taste green aromas such as grass, green tomato and almond. This multifaceted, balanced and full-bodied oil has a long mouthfeel, and the light pepperiness makes the oil medium to strong. It is ideal for use as such for salads, fish and meat, as well as for cooking.
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Aglandau olive oil from French wine and olive producer Chateau Virant has been awarded a gold medal in the Concours Général Agricole 2020 competition. This strong and even peppery extra virgin olive oil is made exclusively from olives of the aglandau variety, which grow on the producer's own orchards. After harvesting, the olives are immediately cold-pressed at the farm's own mill. In this way, the aromas of the oil are best preserved and the high antioxidant content and acidity can be kept as low as possible. The whole is balanced, multidimensional, harmonious and long-lasting. The rich aromas of the oil include fresh grass, tomato leaf, rowanberry and basil. Thanks to its intensity, Aglandau olive oil is suitable for even stronger foods, such as ratatouille and other tomato-based pots and sauces, meat, with anchovies and aioli.
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The olive oils of Chateau Virant, a French wine and olive producer, are the most award-winning olive oils in the country. This extra virgin olive oil made from Salonenque olives alone is mild and light yet balanced in aroma. The olives are collected from the producer's own orchards and cold-pressed immediately after collection, which preserves the aromas and antioxidants of the oil and ensures a low acid content. Aromas of artichoke, walnut and green apple can be found in the oil. Due to its light weight, the oil is also particularly suitable for light foods, such as various risottos, pastas, gratins, fish, cooked vegetables and salads.
The wine jelly of Chateau Virant, a French wine and olive producer, is made from a traditional Provencal vin cuit dessert wine. Try this very French jelly with goose liver, light meat, game or cheese, for example. Or in a variety of desserts and pastries!
This festive champagne vinegar is made in Reims, Champagne. The production follows the traditions of champagne production. The vinegar has been matured in oak barrels for 12 months, which has brought the vinegar its unique subtle and oak aromas.
Lucien Georgelin’s orange-grapefruit-lemon jam is a fresh breeze from sunny south-west France. The aromas of the bitter citrus fruits soften with the sweet apple and form a harmonious combination of flavors. In addition, high-quality organic jam made with a traditional recipe does not need any artificial flavors or preservatives!
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La Belle-cheerful one of the great classics is sardines in olive oil. Premium extra-virgin olive oil emphasizes the fish's own taste and brings out the best aromas of sardines. Try it in a salad, salty pie or on top of pizza!
La Maison Godard’s duck liver bloc is made from real duck liver and spices. Its texture is smooth and soft. The duck liver bloc is usually made in a brick-shaped shape, referred to by the original French name “bloc”. The product does not contain additives and is an authentic original foie gras from the south-west of France.
The multi-award winning Oie du Périgord whole goose liver is the finest of foie gras products. The whole foie gras always comes from the same goose and is processed only by cutting and cooking in its jar in a pressure vessel. When the whole foie gras is cut, you can notice its sophisticated, ivory and slightly pink color. Its taste is soft and sophisticated. The whole goose liver will only get better over time!