Since 1982 friends Guillaume and Lesgards have been blending imagination and tradition to elaborate delicious preserves. From their Pyrenean workshop on a 3 hectares fruit farm , their range of Jam for Cheese are cooked in small quantities in a copper cauldron, fuelled by a steam boiler that makes the cooking shorter and homogeneous. All with no preservative or colouring.
45g jar, 85g jar
Brezzo are Italian honey experts, sourcing a range of specialty honeys from wild flowers and using non-thermal extraction treatments to ensure the honey is treated as gently as possible. This honey is made from chestnut flowers, which only blossom in May and June. It has a strong, aromatic, herbal flavour with a lingering finish and is delicious served with hard, full-flavoured cheeses. 500g jar.
This artisan jam is made with Coscia pears – a small, sweet variety with yellow/red skin which thrive in the warm climate of Sicily. Made by producer Scyavuru to a family recipe with fruit grown on just three local farms. It’s great to serve with cheeses – particularly pecorino or gruyère, or just enjoy on toast. 250g jar.
A truly unique product – a sweet coffee spread with a luxuriously smooth, velvety texture. Blend a couple of tablespoons with milk, protein powder and a banana for a pick-me-up smoothie that will get you through the afternoon, or use it to sandwich these vanilla biscuits together for a super-indulgent melting moment. 200g jar.
Was there ever a more perfect pairing than fig and nut? This panforte is made with dried Italian figs, walnuts, honey, and lightly spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, then dusted with icing sugar. A perfect accompaniment to serve on cheese platters, or just enjoy as a sweet treat with your afternoon tea or coffee. Approx 200g wedge wrapped in clear cellophane.
One of the most famous sweets from Tuscany, Panforte is a flat ‘cake’ made with nuts, dried and glacé fruits, honey and spices. Originating in the middle ages, it’s sweet, dense and still incredibly popular today.
Made by Pasticceria Marabissi – third generation artisan producers considered to be one of the best panforte makers. They make their panforte by hand using traditional methods and natural ingredients.