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Picual olive oil, Les Passions de Manon, 500 ml
Mix of three varieties of oil: Picual, Hojiblanca and Arbequina. On offer here is a well balanced oil with a subtle taste of fresh herbs at first, followed by the fruity taste of the tomato and a peppery finish. Origin: Ácula, Granada, Andalusia, Spain
Wild black Voatsiperifery peppercorns - Madagascar 80g
Its smell evokes pepper but with unusual woodland, coniferous and earthy notes, but also with notes of citrus fruit, fruit and flowers. Its taste is very fresh and long-lasting. The spice is not aggressive, but incisive and tenacious.
Kopi Ayaku coffee, Les Passions de Manon, 500 g
This espresso blend is dedicated to Manon's father, Kopi Ayahku which means in Indonesian (my father's coffee). Developped for Les Passions de Manon by Café Barista, it is made from coffee beans originating in South America, India and Indonesia. A delicat
Galantino Olive Oil, Pouilles, Organic 500ml
An oil of superior quality, certified organic with an acidity level inferior to 0,35%. With a golden- yellow colour with olive green tones, it has a strong olive aroma with pronounced accents of artichokes and almonds, rendering it perfect for the prepara
Black peppercorns from Mondulkiri - Cambodia 80g
These black Mondulkiri peppercorns are generously sized, a beautiful brilliant dark brown colour and extremely aromatic. They are pleasant on the nose and the peppercorns are very appetising. The first notes are hot, milky, evoking yoghurt, as well as dry
TGSEB Black peppercorns KAPPAD Black Gold - 70g
Exceptionally large corns, extremely dense and perfumed. Suave and sweet notes evoking brioche, coffee and cocoa with a peak of camphor and eucalyptus. Woody, slightly liquorice notes. Resinous, slightly caramelised turpentine notes. You will find subtle
Estornell Christophe Colomb Special Edition
With this product, Veá wants to pay tribute to the discovery of America. Thanks to the archives of the Crown of Aragon and family documents dating back to the beginning of the 15th century, it can be seen that in the properties of Chez Veá the oil of the