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Irish Black Butter

225 gram jar - Northern Ireland

Irish black butter, also known as "blaeberry butter" or "Aisling Gheal," is a traditional delicacy from Northern Ireland, particularly associated with County Fermanagh. It's a rich and dark fruit spread made from apples, cider, treacle, and spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and ginger. The name "black butter" comes from its deep, dark color, which results from the slow cooking and caramelization of the ingredients.

Irish black butter has a complex, sweet, and slightly spicy flavor profile, making it a versatile condiment. It's often enjoyed spread on toast, scones, or crackers, or used as a glaze for meats, particularly ham. It's also sometimes incorporated into desserts or used as a filling for pastries.

ingredients:  Amagh Bramley Apple (53%), brown sugar, treacle (cane molasses, partialy inverted sugar syrup), amagh apple cider (sulphites), brandy (brandy, sugar, salt, spice) (sulphites), spices, narual liqorice flavouring