Award-winning Belgian frozen digestive glass supplier targets UK market

23 November 2011 by
Award-winning Belgian frozen digestive glass supplier targets UK market

A Belgian company that has won the country's first Taste of the Year Awards for its frozen digestive glasses has its sights set firmly on the UK market." target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">Rolph & Rolph ]( currently in negotiations with a shortlist of British distributors to bring its award-winning line of frozen glasses and piping muffin bags to the UK.

The eight flavours include Whisky Cream-Coffee, Whisky Caramel, Amaretto Chocolate, Curacao-Cointreau-Mango, Exotic Rum, Calvados Pear, Irish Coffee, and Amaretto-Tiramisu.

Rolph & Rolph also supplies a wide choice of sweet and savoury glasses that offer subtle, layered combinations of taste and texture. They are deep-frozen at -18oC to preserve their organoleptic qualities so they taste the same as freshly-made products after thawing, which takes about one-and-a-half hours.

The flavour combinations include Apricot-Gingerbread, Coconut Cream-Mango Coulis, Duck-Fennel-Fig, Foie Gras-Apple, and Pesto-Tapenade-Mozzarella,

The group's new line in frozen muffin piping bags also scooped the Taste11 prize during the [Anuga 2011]( food fair, and the Tavola d'Or award at the Fine Food & Fresh Products Fair [Tavola 2011.

The 500g frozen piping bags - available in Chocolate, Almond, Chocolate Moelleux, and Apple & Cinnamon flavours - are ready to be baked in any size or form four hours after defrosting at room temperature.

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