Prune and Duck Terrine with Armagnac

Maison Sauveterre

90g jar 2.85 €
31.67 € / kg
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180g jar 3.50 €
19.44 € / kg
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A duck terrine with the sweetness of the Southwest of France

Maison Sauveterre makes a wonderful duck terrine which bring us in the South West of France.

This bold new product is a mix between sweet and salty. Indeed, the most famous bird in the South West of France had been combining with the sweetness of prunes and all the richness and aromas of the Armagnac.

This is a perfect association, the duck terrine will melt in your mouth and will extend its flavors all along the tasting.   

Cooking tips: We advise you to eat it just after you released it from your fridge for a better appreciation and on a slice of rye bread. This is a terrine that you will remember! 

Composition :
Poultry liver, duck meat (20%), pork fat, pork rind, pork, water, prunes 5%, Armagnac 2.5%, salt, milk proteins, lactose, natural flavors.
Average nutrition facts For 100g
Energy 266 / 1113.69 kcal / kJ
Total fat 23 g
  Saturated fat 7.2 g
Carbohydrate 2.6 g
  Sugar 1.9 g
Proteins 12 g
Salt 1.5 g
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