Black Olives, Honey and Thyme Flowers Confit

That's too many ingredients at once, do you think? Nay. In the same way that all your garden vegetables are always good cooked together, this evocative alliance of the South with olives, local organic thyme and typical honey works perfectly! It is a fair balance between the bitterness of the olive and the sweetness of the honey. With a herbaceous hint that gives character to the whole on the finish. To be tested with a local Pélardon, or failing that, a goat cheese.

Ideal with Pélardon or Pérail. Also to be tested to cook a pork tenderloin en papillote, in a chocolate fondant...


  • Black olives 53% (non-EU origin), cane sugar, Pays d'Oc white wine, lemons, honey 5%, sunflower oil, thyme flowers 0.3%, salt, concentrated lemon juice.
  • Energy: 1279kJ / 307kcal; Fat: 20g, of which fatty acids: 4.1g; Carbohydrates: 29g, of which sugars: 28g; Protein: 1.4g; Salt: 0.3g
  • Click here to see the recipes

natural ingredients


Hérault (France)

#let's savor together