A Butter Tasting in France
The other day I bought five amazing French butters from la Grande Epicerie. Standing in front of the wall of butters, I couldn’t decide which one to buy. So, I decided to conduct my very own butter tasting. I chose two of the most well-known butters in the world, beurre d’Echiré and Beurre d’Isigny sur Mer. Then I selected three more that I thought looked delicious. My choices did not disappoint…
After tasting Le Beurre Bordier a few days earlier, my butter standards were pretty high. Though none of these butters were flavored, they were all delicious.
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