Milky and vanilla, this spread was awarded a gold medal at the Canadian section of the International Chocolate Competition. With its 58% hazelnuts, there's no doubt that you'll like it. Its texture is very different from other spreads and will give you the opportunity to dip your cookies, fruit and any other delicacy into it. 220 g contains dairy...
With 54% hazelnuts, this dark chocolate spread is likely to make you addictive, you've been warned! You can eat it right out of the jar, but you can also spread it on your bagel or baguette, on your birthday cake, on your muffins, on your pancakes, and much more. Get inspired! 220 g vegan gluten-free oil-free preservative-free no artificial flavors
Never filterd. Never heated. Raw honey is excellent for health, since all the natural elements are preserved : pollen, propolis, bee wax, and all the flavours. This honey crystallizes in the pot, and should be eaten in that form. Its harvested from mid-August to the end of September. Non-pasteurized.
Challenge was to create a spread without added sugar. The taste of this delicate spread balances with its bittersweet nature brings a zing that excites the palate. It is sweetened with apple juice concentrate and a touch of stevia; the final touch with boreal spices gives it a unique and striking taste.
For 5 generations, this syrup, produced in the Lower Laurentians with its most ecological practices, will surprise you.Having won the Gold Medal Award in 2018 by the Maple Preceptory, his taste has vanilla connotation and a great Finess , this syrup will please you.
A maple syrup with a succulent taste of maple butter is a pride of the Hatley Compton Road family maple grove. For now 4 generations, these craftsmen have happily shared their remarkably fine product and won a gold medal from the Commanderie de l'érable!
This shrub is made with Orphée's organic white wine vinegar and organic grapefruit as well as organic sugar cane. Its taste is less sweet than that of syrups and will please you. It goes well with cocktails, vinaigrettes or any other recipe. He will be able to add a taste of apples and cardamom macerate. No preservatives, dyes or additives
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!
This honey is a mix of (almost) all the wild flowers found at Iles de la Madeleine. It is churned, which gives it a creamy texture without taking away all the healthy properties of honey. And the taste is... Wow. Just wow! Since it's a creamy honey, don't expect it to pour easily, which means you'll have to lick the spoon afterwhile... such a drag!
What is there to say about this Automn honey, besides the fact that it's perfect? Produced from the wild flowers found at Îles de la Madeleine, the onctuousness will reveal subtle, delicate floral aromas. Honey harvested in automn is more tastefull, because the bees had the chance to benefit from all the Summer flowers.
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.
An invitation to celebrate mornings. Bursting with fruits carefully cooked, these jams are sweet poems and are the ideal partners for your toasts, crescents and yoghourts. The trio usually contains : pear, vanilla and grapefruit; strawberry, green tea and wild mont; wild blueberries ans mapple syrup.
Never tried the blackberries of Quebec? Well, the time to discover is here! We present you the best these blackberries have to offer : they are slowly cooked in maple syrup! On vanilla ice-cream? It's refreshing! On a piece of cheese cake? It's delirious.
A natural, unpasteurized honey, gathered during Summer time. This honey is made from the wild flowers of Îles de la Madeleine. The taste is fine and delicate. The Summer honey is lighter, since bees have made the most of the small Spring flowers.
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...
Add joy to your meals with this typical maple syrup. The Pure Medium 1 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 can...
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.
A creamy honey produced locally, with minimal filtration and unheated to keep the maximum of its properties. The bees and the health of the hives pass before the productivity, so the interventions to the hive are made with the most gentle and natural techniques possible.
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
In harmony with your platters of duck and cranberrie rillettes, deer terrine, Boursin with pepper and brie, this beer jelly is the perfect balance between sweet malt and resinous hops and will also bring a finish touch of grapefruit flavor. 80 ml La Morsure: contains barley
A maple syrup made by the maple grove on Route 108 in Bury with a slight taste of confectionery. These artisans from the Township of Bury are proud to present their organic syrup, which won a Silver Medal from the Commanderie de l'érable!
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
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.
A smooth texture and a hint of blueberries. This very aromatic honey is unanimously appreciated for its very fragrant and sweet taste that lasts and intensifies on the palate. It is harvested from hives placed in blueberry fields in Lac-Saint-Jean. It is free of artificial colours and preservatives.