Local cream, a culture and sea salt - that's all it takes as far as ingredients go. At Vermont Creamery they love making their 'Grand Cru' butter. Think about the work that goes into making this.
First you'll need fresh, high fat, local cream; the cream will be pasteurized and a bacterial culture is added to start the fermentation process. Then the cream is churned and sea salt crystals are added and the butter is hand-packed in a small basket. A lot of labor and a lot of love.
And lovely it is; the small crunchy pieces of sea salt create a perfect harmony with the butter. And it is no wonder that this butter received multiple awards.
Use this delicious butter with sea food, like shrimp, lobster, and scallops or on top of meat or garnish vegetables for flavor and crunch and last but not least use it in your cookies recipes.
As all butters are highly perishable, and we will ship them with an Overnight Service only. We strongly advise you to be home when your package arrives, to avoid it melting on your doorstep.
Ingredients:pasteurized cow's cream, culture, sea salt crystals.