SEASONAL PRODUCT: Quantities are limited according to picking periods.
Taste profile: Inspired by the gentle banks of the St. Lawrence, this blend offers a perfect sweet-salty balance, enhanced with a slightly floral and woody touch. The addition of rose petals and hibiscus flowers offers a boreal composition with invigorating aromas on a subtle note of larch needles reminiscent of the morning smell of the Laurentian forest.
Abenakis: The Abenaki Nation owes its name to the word Waban and Aki, which means "land of the rising sun" or "people of the land of the dawn". Abenaki culture is rich in oral history, traditional teachings, art, drumming and dancing. It is also renowned for its basketwork, masks and totems.
Wild Turkey: The wild species was considerably abundant before the arrival of the first settlers in America. It was an integral part of the diet of the indigenous peoples of southern Quebec. The turkey, sometimes nicknamed the "earth eagle", has long been associated with spirituality and veneration of mother earth. It is a symbol of virile power and maternal fertility.
The Abenakis are present today in Acadie, in the American states of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and in Quebec. In Quebec, they are mainly grouped in two distinct communities: Odanak and Wôlinak, located south of the St. Lawrence River, between Sorel and Trois-Rivières.
Prepared and packaged in Quebec by local artisans
Ingredients: Sugars (brown sugar, maple sugar), sea salt, spices, hibiscus, passion berries, rose petals.
* The small wooden spoon is not included, it is only for product presentation.