Produced from the roe of the vendace that are fished in the Gulf of Bothnia, the Swedish dish Kalix Löjrom requires a high level of expertise in its preparation. It has a mild taste of smooth fish oil and salt. The size of the roe varies from 0.8 mm to 1.3 mm.
Aceite de La Rioja is an Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The olive tree farming is rooted since ages in Rioja Media, the Cidacos and Alhama Valleys. This quality brand protects the extra virgin olive oil produced, processed and bottled in La Rioja. The acidity of the oil is less than or equal to 0.8 grades and has an extraordinary organoleptic property.
This tasty cheese is produced in a variety of shapes and sizes: pear, sausage, melon.
Top quality bean is highly popular due to its rich properties and delicate flavour.
This traditional Romanian product, produced using common plums, has been made in several municipalities of the Argeş County since 1914. It has exceptional health-giving qualities due to the fruit’s high nutritional value, which is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre. The addition of sweeteners or preservatives is prohibited.
A gourmet cheese with an intense bouquet and aromatic flavour.
This popular and widely used cheese is produced only on the Asiago plateau in the Veneto foothills.
This nutty and slightly fruity flavored cheese is made in large wheels and is produced in the Veneto and Fruili regions.
The climate plays an important role in the cauliflower’s cultivation and La Rioja region has the best climate for that. The cauliflower is solid and compact, the color is between white and cream, and has a diameter of 11cm, with well-shaped green leaves. The harvest has to be handmade and delivered to the warehouse in less than 12 hours.
These special sugar roasted almonds have been made in Yeroskipos, Cyprus, since 1895, and is still made using a traditional family recipe. To this day, everyone involved in the making of these almonds are descendants of its creator. The unique rough surface, texture and sweetness are not found in any other sugared almonds.
From the mountains of Northern Italy comes a tasty cheese with an intense, penetrating aroma and a pleasantly salty, sharp flavour. Puzzone di Moena is made from raw cow’s milk and derives its specific character from the high quality of the raw milk used.
In spring the white asparagus from Bassano reigns supreme on local tables.
This Turkish delight is made of layers of filo pastry, Antep pistachio and syrup, and it requires great skill in production. ‘Antep Baklavasi’/‘Gaziantep Baklavasi’ is characterized by a dense taste and a unique aroma that comes from the pistachio and the butter, two of its main ingredients. If it is well prepared, it will immediately melt in the mouth.
‘Sal de Tavira/Flor de Sal de Tavira’ are sea salts that have specific physical and chemical properties which differ from those of common salt. They are unrefined, unwashed and additive-free sea salts that give dishes a unique taste. They come from the salt pans located in the Ria Formosa National Park, Algarve.
Sidra (or cider) production in the region known as Green Spain began in the late 11th century when farmers planted apple orchards and began producing cider. Over time, as Asturias became the central cider-producing area of Spain, strong traditions developed and define what we now identify as Spanish cider. Sidra is a tart and refreshing beverage made from fermented fresh apple must. Apple trees grow prolifically on the rolling hills of the rural landscape, making cider a local culinary staple. The beverage can only be made from a concoction of the 22 specific apple varieties grown in the region and must be comprised of at least 5% alcohol.
The Designation Mantequilla de Soria covers the production and certification of butter obtained by pasteurizing cream from the milk of Friesian or Pardo-Alpina breeds of cow or cross-breeds between the two, and coming from dairy farms in the province of Soria. Protection covers the three traditional types: natural, salted and sweet.
The Valpolicella, Euganei-Berici and del Grappa Extra Virgin Olive Oils are different types of olive oils, but all with a fruity taste and a slightly bitter hint.
The PGI protects the Chorizo in the shape of string or cylindrical horseshoe, elaborated in enterprises that have the control of the production, maturing and drying, and quality of the raw material. The high quality raw materials and the traditional production give to the Chorizo Riojano special characteristics.
Particularly pleasing to the palate, this fine quality oil has unique organoleptic properties.
Tolminc is one of the most recognisable typical Slovenian cheeses. The production of fodder, milk processing and all technological processes must be conducted within the Upper Posočje area.
The flavour is sweet and pungent; the aroma is intense without being overbearing, with an unwavering persistence.
A true delicacy. This ham embodies the perfect balance of flavour and fragrance.
From risotto to soups, from salads to desserts: Vialone Nano Veronese is the king of rices.
Camerano Cheese is an old tradition in Sierra de Cameros. Nowadays, the cheese is produced in the same way but with new tools. This PDO protects the quality of the cottage, soft, semi-matured and mature cheese. All of them are made with milk from goats fed with natural vegetation and products of the region.
The delicious Marostica cherry is the first cherry in Italy to obtain the PGI mark.
This tender asparagus is a spring delicacy. Highly appreciated for its delicate flavour and its diuretic properties.
The climate in the Haute-Loire is a prime factor in obtaining its highly characteristic green lentils. With dimensions of 3.25 to 5.75 mm in diameter, these seeds with their dark greenish-blue mottling and a pale green background are exclusively cultivated in 88 zones.
The Soprèssa Vicentina is considered the Venetian cold cut par excellence.
The tasty and nutritious chestnuts of San Zeno are found in many local dishes.
Speck Alto Adige PGI, the unique smoked ham of Italy´s southern Alps, іs а dry-cured, lightly smoked ham produced іn South Tyrol, northern Italy. Parts оf іts production аre regulated by the European Union under the protected geographical indication (PGI) status.
This pear is cultivated and handled in La Rioja since 16th century. The ‘Pears from Rincón de Soto’ is the first PDO awarded for pears cultivated in Spain.
The white and brown rice given the Apellation of Calasparra Origin is found in provinces across Murcia and Albacete, in Spain. This rice is free from pesticides and herbicides and is processed without the use of any chemicals. This rice is widely appreciated for its flavour, and is ideal for preparing one of the most popular dishes in Spain, paella.
Feta is Greek’s main cheese being made since ancient times. It is produced from sheep’s milk or a mixture of sheep and goat’s milk, where goat’s milk cannot exceed more than 30% of the total product. This cheese is characterised by its white colour, lightly acidic flavour and rich aroma.
This cheese has its own unique charm: its flavor and fragrance reflects the alpine region where it is made.