Give this gift to a Francophile who would love to experience a gastronomic tour of the various regions of France. From the German influences found in the Alsace region to the extreme altitudes of the French Alps, the many regions of France offer a wide variety of delicious gourmet food. This gift that tours the French regions includes:
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- Roquefort Papillon Black Label (Auvergne): This world famous blue is an all-natural cheese made from 100% ewe's milk. This top-of-the-line Roquefort, aged in the natural Combalou Caves of nearby Midi-Pyrenees for three months, is wrapped in black foil to distinguish it from lesser brands.
- Les Folies Fromage Fruit Spread for Roquefort: A wonderful, fruity accompaniment for Roquefort.
- Gres Des Vosges (Alsace): This traditional washed rind cheese is a true farmhouse delight. It has a full flavor, luscious texture and memorable aroma.
- Fromager d'Affinois (Rhone-Alps): This luscious, Brie-like cheese comes from the Pilat Regional Park. Created by Fromagerie Guilloteau, this double creme maintains a firm paste in the center, becoming progressively creamier toward its edible rind.
- Epoisses by Berthaut (Bourgogne): One of the world's most celebrated cheeses, Epoisses has a pungent aroma and rich, creamy character. Each cheese is hand-rinsed with Marc de Bourgogne, a liqueur that is a by-product of the local wine industry, after its brief four week aging period.
- Pink Champagne Biscuits (Champagne): The traditional Biscuit Rose, this delicate pastry has a unique texture, tender rose color and delicate icing. This gourmet treat has charmed connoisseursfor centuries.
- Papillon Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Languedoc-Roussillon): This certified organic, cold pressed extra virgin olive oil from the southernmost tip of France (just two hours from Barcelona) has a very fruity taste, neither spicy nor bitter, with notes of apple, artichoke and almond.
- Edmond Fallot Dijon Mustard with Burgundy Wine (Borgogne): Since 1840, the distinctive quality and flavor of Edmond Fallot's specialty Dijon mustards have earned the company high regards. In the town of Beaune in Dijon, France, Fallot still grinds its mustard seeds the traditional way.
- Le Raisin by Mademoiselle de Margaux (Aquitaine): This exquisite chocolate bonbon is crafted from fresh picked grapes preserved in traditional rum. The rum-infused seedless grape is encased in a hard shell of dark Valrhona chocolate.
- igourmet.com Signature Cheese Serving Knife: Crafted from high-strength stainless steel to our specifications, this sturdy cheese knife is designed to make cheese cutting a breeze.
- Gift Presentation: Expertly packed in a wonderful chipwood Treasure Chest, finished with an elegant brown ribbon.