Maison Loste Saucisse sèche d'Auvergne IGP
Specialty of Auvergne
This sausage is a typical specialty of Auvergne and has a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). It is curved in the shape of a horseshoe.
Tasting Notes from The Curator
Saucisse seche d’Auvergne is a variety of thick, dry cured sausage that originates from Auvergne, a region in central France well known for its long tradition of agriculture, farming, and meat curing. This particular sausage is made exclusively with sow meat, which differentiates it from the regular saucisse sec d’Auvergne, another variety made with regular pork meat or a mixture of pork and beef.
These prized sausages from Auvergne are all handmade and matured for about two months.
Saucisse seche d’Auvergne is traditionally coarsely chopped into thick slices and enjoyed with home baked bread and a slice of Brie cheese. Pair with your preferred red wine.
Mastered the Art of Sausage
Maison Loste has been in the business for over 150 years, serving the best quality sausages. They maintain a careful selection of prime meat, a mix of spices and ingredients, quality-controlled casings and an expertise in steaming and drying to meat for it to reach the perfected flavor you get with every purchase.
Store in the fridge.