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 hazelnuts are dipped in acacia honey making them the perfect cheese board accompaniment or ice cream topping. All preservatives free. 350g jar.
A unique jam from Sicily made with the fruit from the prickly pear cactus, which are also known as ‘Indian figs’. It makes a great accompaniment for cheese platters, or just enjoy on toast. This is an artisan product made to a traditional recipe.
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 almonds are dipped in acacia honey making them the perfect cheese board accompaniment. All preservatives free. 350g jar.
This fig mostarda is a delicious accompaniment for cheese and antipasto platters and pairs especially well with strong hard cheeses and blue vein cheeses. It can also be served with cold meats like ham. Mostarda (also known as Mustard Fruits), are a traditional Italian condiment of preserved fruit in a sweet and savoury mustard syrup.
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!
An artisan jam made with the rare wild strawberries from Sciacca in Sicily. These small strawberries are a member of the Slow Food Presidia and are incredibly aromatic and just bursting with concentrated flavour!
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