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Plum Kernel Oil (25cl), Leblanc

Plum Kernel Oil (25cl), Leblanc

Regular price € 25,90 EUR
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Unit price 103,60€  per  l
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Leblanc's plum kernel oil is cold-pressed from the kernels of the Prune d'Ente (AOP) from the Dordogne. This happens very slowly and gently in an antique granite mill. As always with Leblanc, the oils are not filtered but only decanted.

The plum kernel oil has a strong taste and smells pleasantly of good marzipan.

With this oil you can refine desserts or jams or spice up mayonnaise, vinaigrettes and other dressings and marinades. Also very interesting in combination with grilled crustaceans such as lobster, scampis etc...

Visit of Anaïs to the Leblanc

Cold-pressed nut oil does not tolerate heat after pressing, so please never use it for frying. Instead, refine your salads with a walnut vinaigrette or simply drizzle the oil over grilled goat cheese.

Store cool and dark.

Ingredients & Allergens

Ingredients: plum kernel oil

nutritional values

Nutritional information per 100g

⁕ Calories: 3760 kj / 900 kcal
⁕ Fat: 100 g
⁕ Of which saturated fatty acids: 7.0 g
⁕ Carbohydrates: 0 g
⁕ Of which sugar: 0 g
⁕ Protein: 0 g
⁕ Salt: 0 g


The Leblanc family's oil mill is located in Iguérande, a small commune on the Loire. Walnuts, hazelnuts and other nuts have been processed here since 1878. The small company with only three employees is now managed by Jean-Charles Leblanc in the fifth generation.

The mill's heavy granite stones grind the nuts into a greasy paste that no industrial facility could produce. This paste is then lightly roasted in old cast-iron pans, a step that - unlike the extraction of olive oil - is necessary in the production of nut oil. After roasting, the nut mass is cold-pressed and the oil thus obtained is decanted for four to five days before being bottled.

The hazelnuts come from Piedmont, the walnuts from Périgord. Only the best nuts and fruits go under the millstones at the Leblanc oil mill. And so it is no wonder that many of the great chefs such as B. Paul Bocuse, Alain Passard from Arpège or Guy Martin from Grand Véfour regularly use Leblanc oils.

Manufacturer's address: Huilerie Jean Leblanc et fils, Le bas, 71340 Iguerande, France


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Sibylle F. (Munich, Germany)
Schmeckt super!

Aromatisches Öl für Verfeinerung von Salatsaucen. Paßt aber auch zu Süßspeisen oder Müslis. Schmeckt super!

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Where do you ship to?

Delivery is currently only in Germany and Austria.

With which shipping service provider do you ship?

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How long does it take until I receive my order?

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