Some good caramel, made with sea salt and Salineau seawater. This caramel is created from raw ingredients by a chocolate factory from Îles de la Madeleine. The seawater is filtered to give a perfect salty taste to the caramel. You can use it in your desserts, like ice cream or a warm apple pie, or just spread it on your morning toasts!
Ideal for those who love strong honey. Its spicy taste and the richness of its aromas change from season to season. It is one of the first honeys used by man. Exquisite in pastries, this honey has an incredible floral power. It's also Patrice Demers' favorite honey (Patrice is a pastry cook at the well renown 400 coups restaurant).
Creamy and rich, this delicious goat milk caramel is inspired by traditional recipes of dulce de leche. Its sweetness tinged with a light goat cheese taste will appeal even to those who do not like goat cheese. It goes well with fruits, cheeses and pastries. You won't be able to resist!
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.
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.
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.
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.