A French invention when refrigeration didn’t exist, a little water and some suction keeps butter in perfect spreading consistency, and at the same time, fresh. Marble naturally keeps butter cool, and the French naturally know their way around the kitchen. Need we say more?
Care: Fill your butter keeper with cold water to keep butter soft. Change water every 3-5 days to keep butter fresh.
When Toronto native Colin Webster was living in Spain with his family, he discovered the best olive oil he has ever tasted. Made from 100% Arbequina olives in North-Eastern Spain, the region is known for its powerful sun, rich slate soil and fantastic wines. Arbequina olive oil is known as one the most flavourful and elegant olive oils in Spain. Les Sorts has received both a gold and silver medal at the Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil competition.
Intense aroma and green grassy in colour, this cold-pressed (allows for a fruitier flavour) olive oil is smooth and beautifully balanced between sweet and peppery.
Schott Zwiesel (pron. “zveesel”) has a 130-year history of innovation, having introduced the first lead-free crystal glass. With the introduction of its proprietary Tritan® Crystal technique (the result of adding titanium to a unique tempering process), Zwiesel has become an industry vanguard. Rigorous laboratory testing ensures brilliance, dishwasher safety, and the amazing break-resistance of Tritan.
Fleur de Sel, the caviar of sea salt, involves collecting the thin layer of salt that rises to the surface of shallow pools of seawater. It contains no additives or preservatives, nor does it undergo any form of refinement other than slow drying under the sun and gentle grinding in ancient stone mills, enabling it to retain its minerals and trace elements. SAL de IBIZA is harvested exclusively in the Spanish nature reserve Parc Natural de Salines d’Evissa on the island of Ibiza.