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Composta di Fragole Strawberry Balsamic Compote

Sweet, buttery strawberry meets bright, caramelized balsamic.

Quick Overview:

Thick with fruit, holds up on a spoon but spreads just fine. A sweet and tangy match we love, now in jam!

Quick Facts

Origin: Italy
Unit Size: 7.7 oz.

The Flavor Experience

Could this be the perfect jam? Composta di Fragole combines sweet, buttery strawberries with the tangy caramel flavors of balsamic vinegar, and, boy, if this isn’t a mutually beneficial relationship! Each component borrows from and lends to the other just what they need and have, emerging with a sweet-and-tangy, spreadable condiment that has no misuse except nonuse.

The Story

The strawberry, and it’s many, many varieties, has a long history in Europe. Known primarily as a wild berry in ancient literature, the strawberry, prized its for tiny, sweet red fruits, gained popularity in French and English gardens as an ornamental and culinary treat over the centuries. It wasn’t until two New World species, on from North America’s East Coast and another from Chile, were introduced and (accidentally) hybridized that the Europe become hungry for the big, meaty strawberries popular today.

Usage Tips

Spread Composta di Fragole on a toasted Philly Muffin and finish with a generous schmear of Delice de Bourgogne or Capricho de Cabra: you’ll never need cream cheese again. Taleggio, in its yeasty, melty glory, and a thin slice of Speck Alto Adige become an epic grilled cheese with a dose of Composta di Fragole.

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Product Description

Thick with fruit, holds up on a spoon but spreads just fine. A sweet and tangy match we love, now in jam!

Quick Facts

Origin: Italy
Unit Size: 7.7 oz.

The Flavor Experience

Could this be the perfect jam? Composta di Fragole combines sweet, buttery strawberries with the tangy caramel flavors of balsamic vinegar, and, boy, if this isn’t a mutually beneficial relationship! Each component borrows from and lends to the other just what they need and have, emerging with a sweet-and-tangy, spreadable condiment that has no misuse except nonuse.

The Story

The strawberry, and it’s many, many varieties, has a long history in Europe. Known primarily as a wild berry in ancient literature, the strawberry, prized its for tiny, sweet red fruits, gained popularity in French and English gardens as an ornamental and culinary treat over the centuries. It wasn’t until two New World species, on from North America’s East Coast and another from Chile, were introduced and (accidentally) hybridized that the Europe become hungry for the big, meaty strawberries popular today.

Usage Tips

Spread Composta di Fragole on a toasted Philly Muffin and finish with a generous schmear of Delice de Bourgogne or Capricho de Cabra: you’ll never need cream cheese again. Taleggio, in its yeasty, melty glory, and a thin slice of Speck Alto Adige become an epic grilled cheese with a dose of Composta di Fragole.

SKU: BELL025P

Why It's Awesome
You can keep your chocolate and peanut butter: strawberries and balsamic are the new magic.
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