Ingredients: Alcohol vinegar, mango pulp, crystal sugar, apple pectin. Provenance: France
This mango pulp vinegar combines the smooth and sweet flavor of the fruit with the acidity of the vinegar.
It is ideal with a duck breast or a caramelized pork. For your desserts, it will be pleasantly flavored with coconut mango verrines.
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You can also just use it to season exotic salads with prawns, gingers, avocados and Granny apples or prawns with hot sauce.
Find out more: Mango pulp vinegar goes perfectly with extra virgin olive oil A.O.P. or a toasted sesame oil.
Ingredients: Alcohol vinegar 43%, mango pulp 40%, crystal sugar, apple pectin.
Bordering on France, Spanish Catalonia is one of the major olive oil production regions. We pick up a small round olive called Arbequina which gives an oil of great finesse.
Ingredients: Alcohol vinegar, fig pulp, crystal sugar, apple pectinProvenance: France
Vinegar blends the sweetness of the fig with the acidity of the vinegar. It will be suitable for deglazing white meats, foie gras or mixed in the cooking juice of roasted figs.
You can also use it to season salads (mixed greens, arugula, lamb's lettuce) accompanied by duck breast, fresh fig wedges, parmesan shavings and a drizzle of olive oil.
Organic Toasted sesame oil from Mali.
This oil is produced from carefully selected Organic Sesame seeds. It is obtained by first mechanical cold pressing. This artisanal method is followed by filtration on paper ensuring low acidity and better preservation of aromas and nutrients.
Ingredients: Alcohol vinegar, raspberry pulp, crystal sugar, apple pectin. Provenance: France
The combination of the intensely fruity and tangy flavor of raspberries with vinegar makes this condiment the ideal element for deglazing foie gras cutlets, duck breasts, veal or poultry livers. As an accompaniment to our hazelnut oil, it will decorate an autumn salad made with endives, candied gizzards, cherry tomatoes and toasted pine nuts.
It is infused with the famous Provencal lemon from Nice . The microclimate at this location on the French Riviera creates ideal conditions for the cultivation of this delicious fruit which appeared in the Bay of Nice in the middle of the 15th century. We use the macerated zest to obtain this delicate, fruity and very slightly bitter oil.
The fresh and tangy notes of grapefruit and lemon are perfect with your fish and seafood, to deglaze a pan of scampi or spice up a tuna or salmon tartare. Its freshness will go perfectly with a poultry salad topped with dried fruit.