The Fine Cheese Co Cherry Fruits For Cheese 113g



Product Details

Elevate your cheese tasting experience with The Fine Cheese Co Cherry Fruits For Cheese. These succulent cherries are the perfect fruity accompaniment to aged cheeses such as Aged Gouda or Cheddar, as well as indulgent blue cheeses. Delight in the harmonious interplay of sweet cherries and robust cheeses, creating a symphony of flavours on your palate. Experience the delightful contrast of fruity sweetness with the bold, savoury notes of the aged cheeses. Each cherry is carefully selected for its exceptional quality, ensuring a truly exquisite fruit that enhances your cheese enjoyment. Discover the extraordinary combination of flavours and textures, as you indulge in a cheese experience that is truly remarkable.

Ingredients: Cherry Purée (95%), White cane sugar, Apple pectin


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