Beillevaire Salted Butter, 125 gr
by Beillevaire. Product of France
Pasteurized slow churner salted butter from France. Made with cream from grass fed cows in the Charente-Maritime department of western France, Beillevaire butter has the richness that one would expect from a French butter, with the salt crystals adding a little crunch and flavor.
Butter fat content: 80%
Ingredients: Pasteurized cream, lactic ferments, salt 2.5%. CONTAINS: MILK
NET WT 125 gr.
We ship perishable items in thermo-insulated cardboard boxes with reusable ice packs to insure that you food items arrive in good shape.
All cheeses we slice to order and wrap in cheese paper as we want you to enjoy original flavor of cheese - not damaged by vacuum or plastic.
All meats which require slicing we slice to order and lay it out on wax paper (deli-style) so it is easy to separate slices. Then we pack it in a plastic pouch with nitrogen purge (again, to make it easy to separate pieces we don't vacuum the meats but use commercial style food grade inert gas mix).
CALIFORNIA: Monday - Thursday.
OUTSIDE OF CALIFORNIA: Monday - Wednesday.
Note that the shipping method (for example, overnight) doesn't mean that your order will be processed and shipped on the same day you placed the order. Generally, allow us at least one day for processing your order as we slice and wrap everything by hand to order.
Any US federal holidays may delay the shipment.
WE CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DELIVERY DELAYS BY CARRIERS.
Saturday delivery is not available at the moment.
The difference is this is a raw unpasteurized butter where the rest of the top end butters are pasteurized (Bordier, Meunier). We cut the portions in half and keep them wrapped and frozen until needed. Once thawed they have a shorter table life than pasteurized butters but worth it in opinion. My favorite Beillevaire is the croquant (crunchy sea-salt). Hoping Anatoly gets some more soon.
I tasted this French butter while in Paris and now crave it. I’m glad to have found a source. Service was quick and satisfying.