Aecorn Aperitifs Bitter Alcohol Free Aperitif and Westcombe Sobrasada Gift Pack
Whetting the appetite with a before-dinner drink has long been understood to improve our enjoyment of food. Aperitifs, in many guises, have been enjoyed for thousands of years and have typically contained alcohol. Until now. The Sobrasdad and Bitter Aecorn pair perfectly.
Bitter, complex & citrusy with refreshing notes of Grapefruit, Bay leaf & Orange. Bold & bittersweet with lingering notes of Quassia, Honeycomb & Oak. Serve Spritz style over ice in a wine glass, topped with a splash of sparkling water and a slice of Orange.
A rich spreadable salami packed with smoked pimenton, this Menorquin staple is equally as happy slathered on crusty bread as it is in any number of savour dishes. It is even drizzled in honey as an afternoon snack on its island of origin.
In the pack you get:
- 1 500ml bottle of Aecorn Bitter
- 100g of Westcombe Sobrasada
Please note: These packs includes fresh Sobrasada and and is cut to order. We ship these gift packs out every Tuesday and Thursday only. The meat will arrive to you with 30 day best before date and should be refrigerated upon receipt.
About The Gift Packs
Nestled in the heart of Somerset we are surrounded by a number of fantastic food producers which we wanted to share with you. Westcombe Dairy is just a couple of miles from Wise Bartender HQ and we had a great time visitng them with a few of our drinks to find the perfect pairings for this years gift packs.
About Westcombe Dairy
At Westcombe they believe that cheese is only as good as the milk it's made from, and that milk is only as good as the cows that produce it and the land they graze. By focusing on all these details, they aim to make cheese that is not only wholesome and a joy to eat, but which is honest to and redolent of the countryside that produces it.
So whether it's in the deep, nutty complexity of our Cheddar, the grassy, lactic tang of our Caerphilly, or the fresh, dairy richness of our Somerset Ricotta, their cheeses wouldn't be what they are without the unique qualities of the natural Westcombe terroir.