Grass-Fed Cultured Cream Butter Subscription
Georgia-made better butter, and lots of it.
Here’s the detailed run down:
- Spring: Sea salt and a selection of 3 seasonal flavors. Ships 2-day express when ready.
- Summer: Sea salt and a selection of 3 seasonal flavors. Ships week of June 18th and 25th.
- Fall: Sea salt and a selection of 3 seasonal flavors. Ships week of September 10th and 17th.
- Winter: Sea salt and a selection of 3 seasonal flavors. Ships weeks of December 3rd and 10th.
Banner Butters are made from ridiculously fresh cream straight from local Georgia, grass-fed, hormone-free cows. Their butters have a higher content of butterfat than most butters and everyone knows that more fat equals more flavor. They use a specific method of churning that involves letting the cream ripen, which allows good bacteria to form. That bacteria is what gives butter complex undertones of flavor, rather than the flat taste of many grocery store versions. Yes, this process takes 20 times longer than industrial scale butters—but it is more than worth it.
Price of subscription is partially inclusive of shipping cost for express shipping this farm-fresh ingredient on dry ice, for the entirety of the subscription. Orders ship only on Mondays and Tuesdays to ensure same week delivery.
Photography by Julia Gartland & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Cultured cream from grass-fed cows not treated with hormones.
Each butter round is 5 ounces. Subscription includes four quarterly shipments of 4 butters. Sampler includes 4 butters.
Care & Notes +-
Butters ship express when ready in insulated packages with dry ice for freshness.
Price of subscription is partially inclusive of shipping cost for express shipping this farm-fresh ingredient on dry ice, for the entirety of the subscription.
Orders ship on Mondays and Tuesdays only to ensure same week delivery.
Keep refrigerated after receiving. Butter will last up to 6 weeks in refrigeration, or up to 12 months frozen.
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