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The Bon Vivant
The Bon Vivant
The Bon Vivant
The Bon Vivant
The Bon Vivant
The Bon Vivant
$95.00

The Bon Vivant

Elias hand-picked his four favorite salami for this Mediterranean-trotting mix, which includes our traditional French-style Saucisson Sec, coarse ground Italian-style Salami Nola, our sweet and smoky Spanish-style Chorizo Rioja, plus the uniquely Greek Loukanika, which is held in very high esteem by lovers of cumin, orange zest, and those who enjoy smashing dishware at parties (i.e., Elias). We also selected the perfect accompaniments for this array of salamis, including cheese, crackers, and quince paste. AND our Charcuterie Gift Set ships for free!

This gift set includes:

  • 1 Saucisson Sec Salami
  • 1 Salami Nola
  • 1 Chorizo Rioja Salami
  • 1 Loukanika Salami
  • A Wedge of P'tit Basque Cheese from France
  • A Wedge of Fontina Cheese from the Alpine Region of Italy
  • 1 Box of Rustic Bakery’s Sea Salt Crackers
  • Girl Meets Dirt’s Quince Marmalade

For Expert Tips on How to Build the Perfect Charcuterie Board, check out this link: http://www.olympiaprovisions.com/blogs/blog-recipes/build-the-perfect-charcuterie-board

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