Lewis Road Creamery: Garlic & Parsley ButterRegular price $7.99 Save $-7.99
Lewis Road Creamery says:
Garlic bread will never be the same again with our Premium Garlic & Parsley Butter. Enjoy our velvety smooth premium butter blended with the perfect balance of real chopped garlic and parsley. Whether you smother it on your favourite baguette or French stick to create a next-level garlic bread, toss through fresh pasta or sizzle chicken or prawns in it – this delicious butter really is a summer essential. And golden news, it's not just us that thinks our new Garlic & Parsley Butter is delicious, its earned itself Gold in the butter category of the Champions of Cheese Awards 2019 and a silver in the Outstanding Food Producers Awards 2019.
Available In: 250g
Lewis Road Creamery Spreadable ButterRegular price $7.99 Save $-7.99
Lewis Road Creamery Says:
Introducing our new incredible Spreadable Butter. This unique blend combines our premium New Zealand salted butter with GMO-free sunflower oil, chosen for its mildness. (And frankly, there’s something uniquely appealing about a flower that follows the sun all day). You'll enjoy soft spreadable deliciousness which is palm oil free and contains no hydrogenated fats. Happy Buttering!
Avaliable In: 250g
River Grove Olives: Extra Virgin Olive OilRegular price $21.95 Save $-21.95
River Grove Olives says:
River Grove lies on the banks of the Ruamahanga River, just north of Masterton in the beautiful Wairarapa...
Currently the grove consists of around 1600 olive trees, most of which were planted in 2000. Our two main varieties are the Tuscans, deliciously fruity Frantoio and complex, peppery Leccino, but in the years since we came we have planted several other varieties including Koroneiki, a tiny olive from Greece that produces wonderful, flavoursome oil and Chemlali (another fruity Tuscan) which is proving popular with those who taste it. The trees flower around November and the fruit is ready for harvest in early winter. The Frantoio, Leccino and several of the other varieties are harvested mechanically by a contractor, with the younger trees (under seven years old) still hand-harvested by Steven, using compressed-air clappers. The fruit is taken within hours to the press for processing. As our harvest tonnage grows (33 tonnes in 2018), we have decided to sell the bulk of the fruit to The Village Press in Hastings, having only a small amount of oil returned to us for direct sale to our valued customers. All the oil we retain for sale is sent, with the assistance of Olives New Zealand, to Australia to be certified as extra-virgin.
Available In: 250ml, 500ml, 750ml & 1L