New flavours on the shelves of Comptoir Irlandais' fine food
Constantly in search of new references to satisfy the palates of gourmets, Le Comptoir Irlandais unveils its discoveries to be found in its shops this summer. Coming directly from Ireland, the United Kingdom and Brittany, Knockanore cheddars, Folláin jams, Henriette terrines and MOMA instant porridges are to be discovered without delay.
MOMA: a selection of British porridges, muesli and granola at Le Comptoir Irlandais
When Tom Mercer created MOMA in 2005, he aimed to offer healthy and innovative breakfasts. He thus developed a range of instant porridges marketed in jars, to be reheated in a few minutes. All you need to do is add hot water!
Creamy and hearty, these instant porridges are made with British oats and are flavoured with fruits, nuts and seeds for added indulgence.
Gluten-free, high in fibre and easy to prepare, MOMA porridges are ready in 3 minutes.
Some recipes are also based on vegetable milk for the lactose intolerant.
To satisfy all breakfast cravings, MOMA also offers a range of muesli, granola and oatmeal, to be found in the 45 shops of the Comptoir Irlandais.
A new selection of Irish cheddars
Established for over 60 years in the hills of County Waterford in Ireland, the Lonergan family has been producing Knockanore cheddars for over 20 years. Handcrafted from raw cow's milk according to a traditional know-how, the cheese is then matured in the farm so that it develops its flavours and characteristics: textured, firm with subtle and soft flavours.
Produced on the farm from a careful selection of "Frisian" cows, and with respect for the environment in which they live, Knockanore cheddar is one of the few cheeses in Ireland that can qualify as artisan cheese.
Rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, Knockanore cheddars contain no artificial flavours or preservatives.
Folláin jams and spreads… exclusively at Comptoir Irlandais
Founded in 1983 in a village west of Cork, the Folláin brand offers quality jams, fruit spreads and marmalades based on traditional Irish recipes, passed down from generation to generation for over 100 years.
Folláin gives maximum priority to local Irish producers and sources their supplies from Dublin to Meath, including Wexford and Cork. As for oranges, they take the sun in Seville.
Sold only at Comptoir Irlandais in France, the recipes contain no artificial ingredients or flavours, and the jams are prepared with no colourings, preservatives or additives.
Henriette terrines: from pitchfork to fork ...
Pig breeders from father to son, Philippe Clatin and his wife Laurence created their brand of Henriette verrines in 2007. Henriette is a range of "pure pig" verrines made mainly from noble parts of pork: roast and ham.
In 2009, the brand won the trophies of Breton gastronomy and was rewarded for the quality of its rillettes, produced with very little fat and liver (less than 15% in the composition of the product).
Authentic and delicious, these verrines are perfect to enjoy as an aperitif or simply for pleasure ...
Le Comptoir Irlandais' fine food products are on sale in 45 stores across France as well as on the Comptoir Irlandais website : https://www.comptoir-irlandais.com/en/univers/1-fine-food-shop