NOVEMBER DELI SPECIALS + FEATURES

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Gaffel Kölsch

The classic Gaffel Koelsch is a particularly fresh speciality beer from Cologne, brewed according to a time-honoured family recipe and the German Purity Law of 1516 with water, malt, hops, and hops extract.

The delicately bitter, pleasant, slightly hopsy taste is characteristic for this traditional product and clearly distinguishes Gaffel Koelsch from all other Koelsch brands.


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Single Vineyard Reserva Vina Lanciano Rioja

Deep brilliant black cherry-red color. Intense aromas of black and red fruits with balsamic and spicy notes. Tasty, wide and very harmonic.


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French Ham

Jambon de Bayonne is a dry cured or smoked ham that may or may not be further cured in red wine and given its name from the region in which it originates. Both are sometimes identified as French Jambon ham.


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Morbier Cheese

Morbier is a semi-soft cows' milk cheese of France named after the small village of Morbier in Franche-Comté. It is ivory colored, soft and slightly elastic, and is immediately recognizable by the thin black layer separating it horizontally in the middle. It has a rind that is yellowish, moist, and leathery.

Traditionally, the cheese consists of a layer of morning milk and a layer of evening milk. When making Comté (cheese), cheesemakers would end the day with leftover curd that was not enough for an entire cheese. Thus, they would press the remaining evening curd into a mold, and spread ash over it to protect it overnight. The following morning, the cheese would be topped up with morning milk. The aroma of Morbier is strong, but the flavor is rich and creamy, with a slightly bitter aftertaste.