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Isigny French Normandy Unsalted Butter Basket – 2 packs x 8.8 oz – Grass Fed European Butter
Isigny French Normandy Unsalted Butter Basket – 2 packs x 8.8 oz – Grass Fed European Butter
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Isigny French Normandy Unsalted Butter Basket – 2 packs x 8.8 oz – Grass Fed European Butter

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Brand: Isigny

Features:

  • From Isigny Ste Mere comes this remarkably delicious natural French butter, produced since the 16th Century.
  • The quality of Isigny European style butter reflects all these natural advantages.
  • It is impossible to confuse it with any other butter. Beurre d'Isigny is yellow like buttercups, it has a faint taste of hazelnuts, and it is rich in Vitamin A.
  • This product is perishable and will be shipped by Overnight Shipping.

Details: Isigny French Normandy Unsalted Butter – 2 pack x 8.8 oz – Grass Fed European Butter PDO Isigny Butter (Protected Denomination of Origin) is made in accordance with traditions, and exclusively from the milks of Isigny terroir. As specified in the AOP technical manual, nothing is added or taken away from the butter. Made with the b est traditional creams of Isigny (matured for 16 to 18 hours), it is famous for its golden buttercup colour and its distinctive notes of milk. The Isigny region used to be one of Europe’s largest wetlands until the sea retreated in the sixteenth century. It left behind a clay soil with rich alluvial sediments, upon which green grass grows abundantly. For centuries, the region’s dairy farmers have produced exceptionally fine milk, earning a well-established reputation for quality. In fact, thanks to the salty seawater of the Channel, combined with fresh water from the Cotentin peninsula and the Bessin marshes, the region’s climate is mild and damp. The cows which graze these pastures are eating grass which makes their milk rich in mineral salts and trace elements. Selected by Marky's Caviar

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