- Burrata with Summer Truffle - 100g $99
- Creamy Tomme du Piton - 200g $89
- Organic Eggplant $149 by kg
- Organic Cherry Tomatoes $179 by kg / moq 750g
- Traditional Coppa - 100g $79
- Organic Portobello Mushroom $269 by kg
- Corsican Rolled Panzetta - 100g sliced $56
- Rainbow Beetroot - Laurent Berrurier $135 by kg
- Orange Carrots - Laurent Berrurier $135 by kg
- Organic Pepper/Capsicum - 1 kg $179 by kg
Bigorre Black Pork 36 months Flakes – 50g
Bigorre Black Pig’s Ham is considered to be the best French ham. Its tender and soft flesh, its rich and persistent aromas make the Bigorre Black Pig’s Ham a great ham with an inimitable character.
The refining of Bigorre Black Pig’s Ham is made in the same area as the breeding, at the foot of the Pyrenees. It is done in four steps:
Creamy Gorgonzola by Spoon – 300g$124
Gorgonzola is a soft, creamy Italian blue cheese that is a member of the Stracchino family of cheeses. Gorgonzola originated in the town of the same name near Milan, Italy in the 8th century. Prior to being called Gorgonzola, the cheese was generically called “green stracchino”. By 1970, a Consortium for the protection of Gorgonzola cheese was created in order to protect and oversee the production of Gorgonzola. In 1996, Gorgonzola was granted PDO (Designation of Protected Origin) status, which governs how and where Gorgonzola is produced in either the Piedmont or Lombardy regions of Italy.
Portion of 300g
Best before: 1 week after the delivery
Mont D’or Marcel Petite – From 400g$185
Mont d’Or has been called the holy grail of French raw milk cheeses. This cheese typical of Haut Doubs can be easily recognized in its spruce wood container. It is held in place by a spruce bark strap. Mont d’Or is a soft-ripened cheese made of raw cow’s milk. A spoon is used to serve this cheese because it has a very creamy texture.This cheese has the distinctive feature of being very seasonal. It is produced from August 15th to March 15th and can be sold from September 10th to May 10th. This production calendar originated with the limitations of the climate. The Montbéliarde breed of cattle produces a significant amount of milk during the warm season, but not as much in the winter. In the winter when the cows consume hay, they do not produce enough milk for the manufacture of such large cheeses as Comté. Also, in the past, snowy roads meant that gathering milk was almost impossible. The farmers of the region therefore learned to work on a smaller scale during the winter. They made the most of the cold period to create a new, unique soft-ripened cheese, Mont d’Or. This one is very rare and sourced from one of the best cheesemonger, Marcel petite, which sells to a limited number of partners.
Whole piece or slice
Best before: 7 days after the delivery
Corsican Coppa – 100g$99
The protected designation of origin “Coppa de Corse is characterized by an range of aroma rich and complex, a soft flavor with a light taste of hazelnut, a soft texture and and incredible smoothness.
Origin : France, Corsica
Animal : Nustrale black Pork born and raised in Corsica and fed with chestnut
Portion of 100g sliced
Eat by date: 4 days after the delivery
Aged Tour la Guyotte – 150g$123
Tour Guyotte is a raw goats’ milk cheese from Burgundy. It’s a soft, mossy, spring goat cheese covered either with silvery green or rusty orange tinged molds. It’s named after the Guyotte, a small river in the Saône-et-Loire department of the Bourgogne region, and a tributary to the Doubs and, ultimately the Rhône.
Piece of 250g
Best before: 1 week after the delivery
Comté fruity” 18 months DOP – 250g$145
Comté was one of the first few kinds of cheese to receive an AOC (Appellation d’origine controlee) status in 1958. It is one of the most popular AOC cheeses in France with around 40,000 tonnes of annual production.
Slice of 250g
Best before: 10 days after the delivery