Served at 3 Michelin Starred Astrance, Guy Savoy and Pierre Gagnaire, this maple syrup is unlike any you've tried before. Instead of an ambiguous blend, this syrup is harvested from a single organic forest, and each bottle contains syrup harvested at a different point in the year: late, mid – and the rarest of all – early harvest.
Christine Ferber is perhaps the most famous jam maker in the world. Every morning she rises early in Niedermorschwihr, Alsace, to make jam in her copper cauldrons. Whole fruits are suspended in a very light set jam. This is an indulgence that will keep you coming back for more.
Try the original French praline. Featured on this year's Great British Bake Off, Mazet's recipe for their grilled and caramelised almonds has remained unchanged since its invention for the court of Louis XIII in 1636.
You never knew a gravy separator could be this beautiful! Treat yourself while stocks last. Made from heat resistant glass that can cope with sudden temperature changes up to 140°C, it'll separate even the hottest pan drippings.
Choose a new design of Japanese glaze stoneware - perfect for serving authentic ramen. The set includes a pair of stunning bowls, ramen ladles, noodles and recipe card.
Grow your own Japanese micro herbs. Almost impossible to buy in the UK, you can now bring real Japanese flavours to sushi, garnishes, salads and stir fries. We can't wait for our shiso leaves to germinate!
Though little known in the UK, Chinese baijiu is the world's bestselling spirit. At 50% alcohol, and with an intense taste, there's no mistaking you're drinking something warming! This popular Beijing brand is worth trying, though – be warned – it'll certainly divide opinions amongst your dinner guests...