Lavender, a flower synonymous with Provence, lends this olive oil its stunning flavour. Lavender olive oil is bursting with iconic Provence flavours. Known for its stunning colour, lavender also has an intensely fresh and bitter taste, with notes of rosemary, vanilla, camphor and bergamot. We think it tastes particularly great in desserts.
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How to use:
This oil is great with meats: rack of lamb, beef skewer with soy, even duck breast with honey. The freshness of the lavender pairs nicely with a roasted cod, Provencal flatbread or a warm goat cheese salad. It's also the perfect finishing touch for a lot of desserts. It tastes great with apricot tart, roasted mirabelle plums, vanilla ice cream or with a simple bowl of strawberries. It also complements chocolate dishes: bitter cocoa sorbet, chocolate fondant or a creamy dark chocolate mousse.
Composition + Ingredients:
CULINARY PREPARATION MADE FROM OLIVE OIL 99% AND LAVENDER EXTRACT Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil, lavender infused olive oil (extra virgin olive oil, lavender 4%). Store in a cool dark place. Nutritional values for 100 ml : Energy: 3428 kJ / 819 kcal - Fat: 91 g - of which saturates: 13 g - Carbohydrate: 0 g - of which sugars: 0 g - Protein: 0 g - Salt: 0 g.