The origin of the pecan nut can be traced back as early as the 1500s and was named by Native Americans. The word pecan is derived from the Algonquin tribe’s word “pacane” which translates to “nuts requiring a stone to crack”. Native Americans were the first to cultivate and utilize wild pecans and their trees. When the Spanish colonists discovered them, they started growing them and exporting them to Europe.
Pecans have a distinctly sweet and buttery flavor, and a mildly floral, foresty aroma. The outside of the nut is slightly bitter and the flesh within is sweet, buttery, and almost fatty.
Ideal to eat as a snack ! You can also use them in many dessert recipes.
You can keep them for up to 9 months in the fridge.
After months of trying differents cheeses, cold cuts, wines, sweets, you are officialy a Cheese Master!
To show you our gratitude and that you are very special to us, this special VIP rank gives you an exclusive access to the Shop at the Monthly Offer’s price, for a period of one year!
We may also provide you with other benefits along the way, like invitation to our private events and tastings.
Your Cheese Club Team