Liberté

New Liberté SKYR

Skyr is our highest-protein yogourt to date with no sugar added. As itʼs made, itʼs drained to yield an almost cheese-like texture that gives it a firmness and richness unlike any other. Its dense and silky feel envelopes the palate with a refreshing tartness after each bite. Much like Iceland, Skyr needs no superficial charm. Try it and let us know what you think of Skyr.

SKYR
SKYR

SKYR

Skyr is our highest-protein yogourt to date with no sugar added. As itʼs made, itʼs drained to yield an almost cheese-like texture that gives it a firmness and richness unlike any other. Its dense and silky feel envelopes the palate with a refreshing tartness after each bite. Much like Iceland, Skyr needs no superficial charm. Try it and let us know what you think of Skyr.

The Aurora Borealis

The Aurora Borealis

This Nordic variation of the classic bagel and cream cheese features the hearty crunch of rye crisps, the earthy aroma of beets, and the silky textures of plum and salmon, all wrapped in the lush softness of our Liberté Skyr.

  • LIBERTÉ SKYR
  • Salmon gravlax with beet
  • Rye crisp bread
  • Yellow plum
  • Red currants
  • Lemon slices
  • Crushed coffee beans
The Harvest Moon
The Midnight Sun

The Midnight Sun

A fantasia of midnight black and solar yellow, flavoured with the briny essence of the cold Arctic Sea. Smooth and crisp, bright and dark, sweet and salty–a dazzling taste of the North's brilliant contrasts.

  • LIBERTÉ SKYR
  • Smoked scallops
  • Black radish
  • Pickled yellow beet
  • Pickled fennel
  • Yellow apple
  • Black salt
  • Yellow mustard seed
  • Black caviar
The Arctic Circle

The Arctic Circle

This conceptual confection treats the eyes and the palate with the taste of the cold: glacial mint, icy pine, and pure white Skyr are all dusted with the light crunch of fresh, cold snow.

  • LIBERTÉ SKYR
  • Pine tips
  • Frozen blueberries
  • Mint jelly
  • Lemon zest
  • Meringue
 The lucky monkey
Nasturtiums

Tasting notes Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums

Tasting notes

Nasturtiums

If you’ve ever planted Nasturtiums, you know they grow like weeds and produce an incredible abundance of flowers. But did you know they’re absolutely delicious to eat? They’ve got a surprising flavour that’s mildly mustardy or radishy, like watercress, making them a very beautiful and flavourful addition to green salads and cold summer soups. Nasturtiums are also wonderful in stir-fries and can be baked into fougasses and foccacias. Don’t forget to include them in your herb garden!