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Fierbois Yogurt Rhubarb – 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
Guémené Andouille – 100g$85
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
Bleu des Causses – 150g$50
Bleu des Causses is a French blue cheese made from milk of Montbeliarde and Aubrac breeds of cow. A close cousin to Roquefort, it is produced in the Languedoc region of southern France and was granted AOC name protection in 1979. Traditionally, the cheese was made from a mixture of sheep’s milk mixed either with cow’s or goat’s milk. But according to French cheese laws, the cheese came to be made exclusively from cow’s milk. Bleu des Causses has a high-fat content of 45% and is matured for at least seventy days. However, the cheese can also be matured for up to six months in Gorges du Tarn’s natural limestone caves to develop a full and fine flavour. The cheese is similar to Blue d’Auvergne in many ways, despite Bleu des Causses having a noticeably firmer, creamier texture and spicy flavours. Bleu des Causses produced in winter and summer slightly differ in texture and flavour. Cheeses made in winter are light in colour than their summer equals. The winter produce also tends to be slightly drier. A taste of the Bleu des Causses will proffer a blend of rich milkiness amidst the peppery and spicy notes of the blue mould. The summer produce brings out their unique grassy and clover flavours.
Portion of 150g
Best before: 1 week after the delivery
Comté “jeune” 12 months DOP – 250g$115
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