Fig jam with a touch of balsamic vinegar – the perfect accompaniment for hard cheeses and antipasti plates. From Acetaia Reale in Modena, Italy.
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. The forest honey, unlike other classic honeys, is not produced from flower nectar but from wild wooded plants. The honey is only harvested in July-August in Piedmont. It has a light amber colour and it's great all-rounder honey. Roero Forest Honey is not too sweet with a nice caramel flavour. 250g jar.
One of our best sellers! This jam brings together the delicious pairing of fresh, juicy strawberries with sweet, syrupy balsamic vinegar. It works well with soft, creamy cheeses like our Mixed Milk Robiola and hard, bitey cheeses – it’s a must with our mature Comté. Some of our customers tell us they also enjoy it on ice-cream and even use it in salad dressings!
Panpepato is similar in style to the classic Margherita, but topped with a layer of aromatic spices – cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, mace and coriander, which create a warm, rich flavour to balance the sweet fruit and honey flavours. A great accompaniment on cheese platters, to enjoy with tea and coffee or a glass of Vin Santo after dinner. 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.
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
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 light and floral with shaved black truffle throughout which adds a rich, aromatic perfume. Serve it with your favourite blue vein or hard cheese. 100g jar.
The perfect aperitivo condiment! Made from DOP Parmigiano, Summer Truffle it's perfect for dressing pasta and risotto at the end.
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.
Located in the region of Alentejo in the south central and southern Portugal, Confibor specialised in candied fruits and jams. The Greengage plums are picked in the hot month of July and processed the same day to preserve all the flavours. The “Ameixas d’Elvas”, Plum of Elvas has been crafted for centuries and has a DOP label since 1994 . Nowadays the candied plums are still handcrafted. They were The Duke of Wellington favourites.
These Plums don’t drip sugar syrup when placed on the board and are the perfect condiment for cheese boards, that can replace the recurring Quince Paste.
Size: 320g Wooden Box
This is an amazing artisan butter made with cream that is allowed to settle naturally over 72 hours. This method enhances the softness, the spreadability and the rich flavour which has hints of blanched almonds, alpine flowers and rich, creamy milk. In honour of the traditional recipe, the butter is named ‘1889’ – the year the producer’s great grandfather was born.
Region: Piedmont, Italy
Milk: Pasteurised Cow
Crisp pears and the gentle, warming spice of cinnamon – this jam is a great accompaniment for your favourite cheese, and works particularly well with sheep’s milk cheeses such as Pecorino and sweet, nutty cheeses like Gruyère and Appenzell. Or simply enjoy it on bread with some farmhouse butter.