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November 2019: "Are you ready? Back to the 17th century? "

In this box of November 2019, we stayed on our guideline by finding particularly fine products. Lobster delights with foie gras, sea caviar carrots and wakame, or a bottle of Chateau Eyquems, nothing like that before attacking the Christmas period . But why did we talk about the 17th century? 😁 Well … we give you a clue, the recipe dates back to 1670! You’ll find the answer a bit lower!

Well, let’s have a look inside ?

Lobster with foie gras and Guérande salt – Bernard Marot

​Two ingredients of choice for this recipe that will be invited on your tables, for any special occasion or simply for pleasure. Lobster and foie gras combine wonderfully in this delicately delicately recipe with a creamy texture.

homard au foie gras - le coq gourmet

The real shortbread of Sarthe chocolate chips

Legend has it that in 1670, the Marquise de Sablé would have given the king’s brother a taste of a multitude of small, dry and round biscuits which the king particularly appreciated. Heir to this tradition since 1962, La Sablésienne has been able to perpetuate its know-how by preserving all the authenticity and flavor of this famous biscuit with unparalleled taste and crunch quality that will make the delight fine gourmands, small and large.
 
 
petits sablés marquise de sable par le coq gourmet

Sea Caviar Carrots and Wakame – Groix & Nature

Discover this tasty alliance between land and sea offered by the Groix & Nature cannery. A recipe rich in carrots, cooked with wakame seaweed and what it takes to spice it all up. A hint of cumin perfectly accompanies the carrot and brings its typicity to the mixture.

caviar marin carottes et wakamé - le coq gourmet

Country Terrine with Espelette Pepper – Maison Sauveterre

Maison Sauveterre proposes you in this creation a terrine of French pork subtly spiced with Espelette pepper. To enjoy this terrine, serve it fresh, on a piece of country bread with a glass of red wine.

terrine campagnarde au piment d'espelette par le coq gourmet

Extra Corsican pomelo jam organic – Flavors Attitudes

Discover a Corsican pomelo jam, a variety of grapefruit, it will surprise many. This citrus variety is very different from its cousin the grapefruit. Indeed, much larger, the pomelo is very sweet and fruity, very slightly acidulous it is not bitter, for a jam it is the ideal variety

pomelos de corse BIO par le coq gourmet

Castle Les Eyquems , Half bottle – Colors of Aquitaine 2016

With a ruby colour with violin shades, this Château Les Eyquems charm with its fine nose and delicate aromas of hazelnuts and toasted almonds. The vineyard is situated on a plateau of gravel, clay and silica on the commune of Tauriac.
 
 
Chateau eyquems cote de bourg par le coq gourmet

And like last month, we slipped an extra gift product into each of you! 🎁 So, happy with your surprise product?

We hope you enjoyed this November box! Once again, there was something for everyone … but one thing is certain, gourmets will be delighted 😁

See you soon for new discoveries!