Selection of Condiments for Cheese

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Set of 5 x 50g jars 7.90 €
31.60 € / kg
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An assortment of 5 fresh and fruity flavours to accompany your cheese board

This very special selection of condiments for cheese will make a truly exciting addition to your cheese board!

Black Cherry: an indispensable flavour in Basque and South-Western French cuisine, this condiment is perfect with ewe's milk cheeses from the Pyrenees.

Fig & Honey: a succulent combination of flavours, the perfect accompaniment to fresh goat's cheese, Brocciù and Ricotta.

Blueberry & 5 Peppers: sweet, fruity, and lightly peppery, this condiment is perfect with Comté, Beaufort, Gruyère and other Tomme de Savoie cheeses.

Quince, Thyme & Rosemary: the sweet flavour of the quince provides a perfect balance to the strong, salty flavour of Roquefort and other blue cheeses.

Apple, Pommeau & Walnut: the sweet apple and Pommeau (alcohol made from apple juice and Calvados) are some of the most traditional flavours of Normandy, and this condiment goes beautifully with soft cheeses such as Camembert, Brie, and Coulommiers.

Composition :
Blueberry with 5 peppers: blueberry 55%, cane sugar, gellifying agent: fruit pectin, mix of 5 ground peppercorn varieties 0.3%. Quince, thyme & rosemary: quince 45%, cane sugar, gellifying agent: fruit pectin, concentrated lemon juice, concentrated redcurrant juice, thyme and rosemary 0.06%. Apple, Pommeau and walnut: apple 60%, cane sugar, Pommeau 3%, walnuts 1.6%, raisins, concentrated lemon juice, gellifying agent: fruit pectin. Black cherry: black cherry 55%, cane sugar, concentrated lemon juice, gellifying agent: fruit pectin. Fig and honey: fig 55%, honey 25%, cane sugar, concentrated lemon juice, gellifying agent: fruit pectin.
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