This jam makes the taste of raspberries shine. It has a gentle feel with a twist thanks to the sour touch and its boreal spices scent. It makes it unique and accompanies breakfast with panache. It is a stunning accompaniment to warm brie and walnuts on crackers or at breakfast with a croissant or toast. Also, it is divine as a sweetener in a fruit salad.
An incredible jelly that you should enjoy on your morning toasts, or mix to a yoghourt. Everyone knows that, in order to have a great day, you need a great breakfast. With this jelly, you will have the sweetness of both maple and apples first thing in the morning. You can also use it in your apple pie recipes or on a sponge cake. The whole family will...
The wild blueberry is a flagship product of Quebec. It has a finer and sweeter taste than the cultivated blueberries. Moreover, scientific studies have shown a higher concentration of antioxidants than other berries. This jam is delicious on toast, cake or ice cream.
A homemade spread with peppery flavors. This jam is made of charentais melon (also called "hone melon" in Quebec), cane sugar, orangers and lemon. This mix of fruits gives a fresh and summer-like taste. It fits perfectly a creamy cheese or a strong cheddar.
It is on resinous and mentholated notes of fir that Gourmet Sauvage has created an exceptional, perfumed and balanced artisanal syrup that evokes our vast wilderness. Balsam fir syrup is ideal for sweet and savoury dishes, but it is the perfect partner for amateur mixologists and adds a complex, fresh and woody touch to cocktails.
All the pleasure of butter, with the joy of maple syrup! How is it possible to make maple syrup so creamish, it melts in your mouth? We just keep heating it, and the magic happens around 186 Fahrenheit degrees. This pure maple butter can be used on your morning toasts. But why stop there? You can stuff dates with it. That would be one of the greates...
This jelly with a delicate and light taste of cedar and citrus is a culinary discovery not to be missed. Perfect to support cheese platters, to enhance the taste of foie gras or pasta. You can even add this jelly to your smoothies, to accompany your bushmeat and even with salmon. Responsible picking, vegan, gluten-free and OMG-free
Add a delicious blueberry flavour to your favorite desserts with this blueberry syrup. It's the ideal companion for ice cream, vanilla cake, waffles and pancake. The most daring will try adding one or two teaspoons in a glass of white wine or champagne. It can also be used to deglaze meat and it replaces maple syrup in any recipe.
A zest of sensualism awaits the lovers! This jelly, which contains apples, cane sugar, fresh raspberries and wild roses, redefines the alliance between jam and crescent, brioches or fresh baguettes. Let yourself be transported to those countries from the East where wild roses combine themselves with love, again and ever!
An invitation to pleasure, to share with a piece of Quebec's cheese. Discover the happy marriage of fresh goat cheese, creamy brie, or tasty migneron, with these harmoniously spiced spreads. The trio is usually made of : blackberries and licorice; pear and apple brandy; strawberries and 5 chinese spices.
This creamy maple butter will brighten your morning by making your toasts delicious! Its sweet taste with hints of coffee will win you over! Produced in the Estrie area and certified organic, this butter is made from organic maple syrup and organic coffee.
Add some maple in your salads to enhance the taste. Marinade: on your meat, preferably poultry. Excellent as barbecue sauce. Salad: mix several types of salads (endive, Arugula, radichio). To the dressing, add Dijon mustard, an orange zest, salt and pepper if necessary. Heat dressing in the microwave on high for a few seconds. Drizzle the salad and mix.
With the "Secrets of the kitchen" trio, the jam master offers you jellies and spreads with novel tastes that will awaken you creativity when you cook. These exclusive products will bring a touch of luxury to your meals that will impress your guests. The trio is made of three jellies and fin jams, selected by our jam master.
Hemp nuts have a nutty taste and a white and green colouring because they contain chlorophyll. Crushed hemp nuts can be added to cereals, muffins, such as yogurt. They can also be used to enhance your salads, stir-fries, fish and even couscous. A hemp nut contains about 30% fat. It contains a large amount of essential fatty acids.
This trio includes 3 jams and/or jellies to accompany cheeses and foie gras, in addition to a recipe sheet and serving ideas. - Cedar Jelly- Wild Plum Jam- Elderberry jelly *The content of the trios is subject to change without notice, depending on the harvest.
Small production: harvested from a 8 000 trees sugar shack This maple syrup comes from a unique sugar maple in the Montérégie and has an exceptional rich and sweet taste. You'll notice the difference right away. We agree: fluffy pancakes soaked in maple syrup... it's hard to beat! Rich and amber taste, Canada category A
Add joy to your meals with this typical maple syrup. The Pure Amber Maple Syrup is a synonym of Spring and maple grove. And its greatness will be more than enjoyed at Easters. Did you know? The province of Quebec produces over 80 millions liters of maple syrup annually. Maple syrup is perfect for waffles, pancakes, and many desserts, but you...
The Métis sauce is spicy, it is between the Sriracha sauce and Tabasco sauce. It will be highly appreciated with your BBQ for any dish that requires a little spice kick ! It goes wonderfully with chicken wings, tacos, couscous and pasta sauces, rice, vegetables or beans.
The chicoutai is a great, yet unknown product in Quebec. The little fruits are carefully handpicked, in their natural environment. The taste is fine and delicate, and the aromas are well appreciated by cooks. Chicoutai is delicious and can be served right in the morning.
Birch syrup is nothing to be compared to maple. Its taste is much stronger. It's like a mix of honey, caramel, licorice and molasse, with a balsam touch. Chefs like the birch unique taste, because it balances their recipes. It can be used in many ways, from desserts to main courses, including dressings and marinades.
The saskatoon berry is a great, yet unknown product in Quebec. The little fruits are carefully handpicked, in their natural environment. The taste is fine and delicate, and the aromas are well appreciated by cooks. Chicoutai is delicious and can be served right in the morning.
Ah, blueberries! Is there a better way to start the day? Blueberries are a specialty of Lac-Saint-Jean, and this is where we get our supplies. That way, you only get the best : a jam filled with blue greatness. Let your imagination work to find new ways to use this jam : for breakfast, on grilled bread or english muffins. For lunch, try it on a salad...
A subtle and perfect match! A delicate jam. This homemade spread is made from only the best ingredients : pears, cane sugar, natural grapefruits, lemon juice, vanilla extract. There are no preservatives, and no pectin. Serve it as you see fit : on croissants, buns, yogourt...
A mild mix of sweet and sour, with a slightly zesty taste. This raspberry pearl, right out of the molecular gastronomy, acts like a candy with a liquified center. Add a unique and unforgivable touch to your wines and favorite cocktails, should they be sparkling or not. Make new genre ice cubes by freezing the pearls on a plate. Use these pearls to add...
The trio Apéro sur l'herbe includes 3 marinades and wild condiments. Each trio also includes recipes and ideas to use your products. - Milkweed Ketchup- Cattail hearts- Pickled fiddleheads *The content of the trios is subject to change without notice, depending on the harvest.
Wake up your taste buds with this savourish wild blueberry jam. With just a touch of sugar, this jam will invite you to travel north to search for real wild blueberries from the natural boreal forest. With a perfect consistency (not too soft or runny), every bite will give you appetite for more. And before long, you’ll finish the jar ! It's...
This jam makes the taste of berries shine. It has a gentle feel with a twist thanks to the sour touch and its boreal spices scent. It makes it unique and accompanies breakfast with panache. It is a stunning accompaniment to warm brie and walnuts on crackers; at breakfast with a croissant or toast. Also, it is divine as a sweetener in a fruit salad.