Jägermeister Herbal Liqueur

Jägermeister Herbal Liqueur

Jägermeister (literally “master of hunters”) is a magnificent German herbal liquor whose ingredients include 56 herbs, fruits, roots, and spices, including citrus peel, licorice, anis, poppy seeds, saffron, ginger, juniper berries, and ginseng. Apparently these ingredients are ground, soaked in water and alcohol for 2–3 days, filtered and stored in oak barrels for about a year. After that the… Continue Reading Jägermeister Herbal Liqueur

Collverd Magret de Canard Seché

Collverd Magret de Canard Seché

Collverd is located in the middle of the Empordà Region, between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean Sea, very near to the region’s wetland reserve of the Aiguamolls. This is a strategic point connecting Catalunya, Spain and France. For the past 30 years, Collverd has been rearing free-range cereal-fed ducks, guaranteeing the high quality of a wide range of… Continue Reading Collverd Magret de Canard Seché

Fjord King Caviars

Fjord King Caviars

Caviar has always been perceived as THE gourmet food. Expensive enough to be out of reach for most of us. Real caviar is still very much a luxury but thankfully there are more affordable variations which, in our opinion, are just as tasty. Fjord King is a Kosher Parisian fishery that has been producing a wide… Continue Reading Fjord King Caviars

Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

There are biscuits and then there are biscuits. Molinetti are most definitely in the second category. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that these may be some of the best biscuits in the world. And yet their unassuming aspect do not prepare you for what is a most extraordinary taste experience. Mulino Bianco are… Continue Reading Mulino Bianco Molinetti Biscuits

La Cueva del Abuelo Manchego Cheese

La Cueva del Abuelo Manchego Cheese

Manchego is a classic unpasteurised sheep’s milk cheese that comes from the Spanish region of La Mancha, Don Quixote’s homeland. This is an authentic, well matured Manchego and it shows. Its robust and tangy taste, typical of sheep’s milk cheeses, brings the full favour of the countryside to your palate. A beautiful and classic cheese. Highly… Continue Reading La Cueva del Abuelo Manchego Cheese

Gustofino Salamis

Gustofino Salamis

Based in the Italian city of Parma renowned for it’s cured meats, Gustofino proposes a series of salamis that are all beautifully made and supremely tasty.  Names such as ‘l’Ungherese’, ‘Il Piccante’, ‘Il Campagnolo’, ‘Il Milano’ suggest the sources of inspiration for each variety. The slices are paper thin and are meant to be savoured one at… Continue Reading Gustofino Salamis

Saint Albray Cheese

Saint Albray Cheese

Created in 1976 and originating in the Jurançon region of France, the flower-shaped Saint Albray is a very aromatic, creamy and robust cheese. When young, the soft ripened cheese is moist, rich and mellow, intensifying with age. At its peak, Saint Albray advances to a more robust, hearty flavour typical of washed rind cheeses. We love it’s rich… Continue Reading Saint Albray Cheese

Lindt Excellence Chocolate Range

Lindt Excellence Chocolate Range

Lindt is a household name in the chocolate universe but they are still innovating and trying to surprise your taste buds with their Excellence range. For instance, by adding sea salt grains to a smooth milk chocolate. It shouldn’t work but it does and amazingly well too, beyond all logic. The salt effectively bringing out the… Continue Reading Lindt Excellence Chocolate Range

Baci Perugina Chocolates

Baci Perugina Chocolates

Perugina is an Italian confectionary company based in Perugia, Italy, formed in 1907 by Giovanni Buitoni  and Luisa Spagnoli. As the legend would have it, Spagnoli created a unique chocolate confection to express her love for a special someone. It was called Baci, the Italian word for kisses, and around each she would wrap a love note. She realized the confection… Continue Reading Baci Perugina Chocolates