Le Superbe - Fondue Gourmet Cheese
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Le Superbe - Fondue Gourmet Cheese

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*Contains Alcohol (White Wine)*
How can you go wrong with a big bowl of gooey Swiss cheese melted with white wine? The national dish of Switzerland, Fondue is based on a tradition that dates back to the 17th century.

Our Le Superbe Fondue is made with a mixture of traditional Swiss cheese, including Emmental, Raclette and Lustenberger 1862 (vegetarian Gruyere). The proportion of each cheese in the mix is according to a specific recipe, balancing their sweet, spicy, grassy and nutty flavours.

This Fondue is ready to eat, just melt in a fondue pot or in the microwave. We most enjoy it in the classic style, dipping chewy and crusty croutons of baguette or sourdough in the molten cheese. However, it pairs beautifully with roasted vegetables or meat as well.

 

About Le Superbe:

For over 155 years, Lustenberger & Dürst and its Le Superbe brand have stood for the fine art of Swiss cheesemaking. This makes them one of the oldest cheesemakers and cheese maturing companies in Switzerland. While they produce some cheese themselves, most of their traditional varieties are produced in small villages in the Swiss Alps, and are sent to them for their expertise in slow and meticulous maturing before being packaged. Their secret? A passion for the finest Swiss milk, with floral and herbaceous flavours of the mountainous region and its unique climate.

*Contains Alcohol (White Wine)*
How can you go wrong with a big bowl of gooey Swiss cheese melted with white wine? The national dish of Switzerland, Fondue is based on a tradition that dates back to the 17th century.

Our Le Superbe Fondue is made with a mixture of traditional Swiss cheese, including Emmental, Raclette and Lustenberger 1862 (vegetarian Gruyere). The proportion of each cheese in the mix is according to a specific recipe, balancing their sweet, spicy, grassy and nutty flavours.

This Fondue is ready to eat, just melt in a fondue pot or in the microwave. We most enjoy it in the classic style, dipping chewy and crusty croutons of baguette or sourdough in the molten cheese. However, it pairs beautifully with roasted vegetables or meat as well.

 

About Le Superbe:

For over 155 years, Lustenberger & Dürst and its Le Superbe brand have stood for the fine art of Swiss cheesemaking. This makes them one of the oldest cheesemakers and cheese maturing companies in Switzerland. While they produce some cheese themselves, most of their traditional varieties are produced in small villages in the Swiss Alps, and are sent to them for their expertise in slow and meticulous maturing before being packaged. Their secret? A passion for the finest Swiss milk, with floral and herbaceous flavours of the mountainous region and its unique climate.