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Fierbois Yogurt Mandarine Almonds – 6 jars of 180g
One of the best yogourt ever.
Sucess story of the traditional yogourt, the Fierbois is produced in the fierbois dairy farm, Fierbois Tradition in CHédigny, Touraine. Creamy, with delicate aroman the Fierbois is a gourmet yougourt with a fresh milk taste. Well balanced between the sour and the sweet, it has an amazing texture with a touch of sugar.
Sold by 6 reusable glass jar of 180g
Txirula / Baton Basque – 200g$143
Txirula means box tree small flute. This cured Sausage is made with Ibaïama pork lifted with Espelette Pepper. Delicious as a stater and un incomparable taste.
Origin : France, Basque Country
Animal : pork
Eat by date: 7 days after the delivery
Guémené Andouille – 100g$82
Andouille de Guémené is a pork speciality that may surprise your palate. The Andouille de Guémené is indeed a typical Breton sausage made from pork meat, chitterlings, pepper, onions, wine and seasonings. It can be served either hot or cold. If you like authentic French Charcuterie with pork, you will definitely enjoy it!
Origin : France, Rhone Alpes
Animal : pork
Eat by date: 4 days after the delivery
Valencay – 220g$129
Valençay cheese is one of the classic French cheeses made in the province of Berry in central France. It is named after the town of Valençay in the Indre department, France.
This cheese comes in two types: the one coated with wood ash and produced on farms is called Valençay Fermier while the other coated with vegetable ash and made in dairies or industries is called Valençay Laitier.
Valençay is an unpasteurised goats-milk cheese. Its rind has a rustic blue-grey colour which is made of the natural moulds. The rind is then darkened by dusting charcoal powder. It is available usually between March and December, with peak manufacture between April and August.
Valençay cheese used to have a shape of a perfect pyramid with a pointed top. But when Napoleon returned to the castle of Valencay after his unsuccessful expedition in Egypt, he saw the cheese, in a fit of rage drew his sword and cut off the top of the cheese. Since then the cheese has always been made with a flattened top.
Piece of 220g
Best before: 1 week after the delivery