Delicious products from Cornish Larder. Their mission is to celebrate the Cornish food and drink scene through their range of delicious preserves and sauces.
Bude Sea Pool Fennel, Tarragon and Lemon relish – this relish is super fresh and citrusy, recommended to be enjoyed with seafood.
Caramelised Onion with Keltek Ale Chutney – a combination of sweet sticky onions and premium bitter ale resulting in a deep and rich flavoured chutney. Make this a centrepiece to a cheeseboard or try adding a spoonful to your gravy!
Spiced Apple with St Ives Cider Chutney – Fresh apples stewed down with a blend of warming spices and a traditional cloudy cider from St Ives Cider Co. This chutney is perfect with cold meats, cheese or even with a curry.
Orange Marmalade with Tarquins Gin – Sweet oranges simmered with juniper and a glut of Cornish gin. The bitterness of gin counteracts the lovely sweet taste of ripe oranges. This marmalade should be enjoyed on a thick slice of buttery toast or try glazing your ham before roasting.
Caramel Sauce with Cornish Sea Salt – Rich, luxurious and irresistibly indulgent, this caramel sauce is made with butter, double cream and sea salt. It’s delicious served warm over ice cream, drizzled over pancakes or stirred into your hot chocolate.
Tomato & Chilli Relish – This is a fiery cajun inspired relish with sweet and fruity notes coming from the rum. Use this relish to spice up your burgers, cheeseboards or mix with cooked pasta.
Beetroot Relish with Cornish Mead – Beetroot, Dried Fruits & Cornish Mead are simply a winning combination, resulting in a sticky & tangy relish. Use this condiment to liven up your sandwiches or to accompany your Sunday roasts.
Smoky BBQ sauce with Cornish Moonshine – A Cornish take on the Bourbon BBQ sauce, celebrating the delicious Cornish Moonshine made right on our doorstep. This is smoky, tangy, fruity and sweet! Its very versatile, great alongside your grilled meats or as a marinade.
Kings Orchard Honey and Mustard BBQ Sauce – This is a tangy mustard BBQ sauce, perfect for those beach barbecues. This is also a celebration of Cornish bees, using honey produced by Kings Orchard which are based in Callington, Cornwall.