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Premium Sea Salt Crystals Butter


Steak Butter


Spreadable


Premium Unsalted Butter


Premium Lightly Salted

Nutritional Information

Servings Per Block : 25 Serving Size: 10g


Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 3010 kJ
Protein 0.6 g
Fat - Total 80.8 g
- Saturated 48.8 g
Carbohydrate 0.6 g
- Sugars 0.6 g
Sodium 907 mg
Ingredients

Pasteurised cream, Sea Salt Crystals (2.5%), Lactic Culture. Contains Milk. Keep refridgerated at or below 4 degrees C.

Country of Origin

Product of New Zealand. Made with Fresh New Zealand Butter and French Guérande Sea Salt.

Premium Sea Salt Crystals Butter

Lewis Road Creamery has gone back to its buttery beginnings with a new Sea Salt Crystals Premium Butter joining its award-winning butter line-up. Inspired by the classic French style of butter, French Guérande sea salt crystals are added to our Unsalted Premium Butter to give the butter a delicious flavour, unique texture and brilliant bite.

Best enjoyed slathered on a thick slice of freshly baked bread, like the brand’s own Kibbled Grain Bread, the butter is a taste sensation in itself and needs no accompaniment.

 

Nutritional Information

Servings Per Packet : 10 Serving Size: 10g


Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 2900 kj
Protein 1.6 g
Fat - Total 76.5 g
- Saturated 50.4 g
Carbohydrate 1.7 g
- Sugars 0.8 g
Sodium 459 mg
Ingredients

Unsalted Butter, Salt, Garlic Granules, Onion Powder, White Pepper, Thyme, Oregano, Parsley, Paprika, Soy Sauce, Turmeric, Curry Powder, Lemon Oil. Contains: Milk, Soy. 

Country of Origin

Made in New Zealand from local and imported ingredients.

Steak Butter

Our new Steak Butter has been made in partnership with renowned chef - and steak aficionado - Sean Connolly of The Grill by Sean Connolly.

Described by Sean as “the perfect steak butter”, our ultra-creamy butter is blended in small batches with an expertly crafted mix of spices put together with ingredients of the finest quality. Top your steak with this beautifully seasoned butter to take it to another level of flavour and indulgence

Once blended, the steak butter is rolled into a user-friendly log shape and packed in food-quality, silver foil to keep out light and odour-taint. The distinctive log shape of the butter makes it nice and easy for butter lovers to simply slice off a round and serve atop steak.

“Once your steak is cooked and rested, top it with about a one centimetre-thick slice of the butter and then pop it back in a warm oven for a minute so the butter melts onto the steak to absolute perfection,” says Sean. 

Enjoy!

Nutritional Information

Servings Per Tub : 25 Serving Size: 10g


Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 2830 kJ
Protein Less than 1g
Fat - Total 76.1 g
- Saturated 33.4 g
Carbohydrate Less than 1g
- Sugars Less than 1g
Sodium 372 mg
Ingredients

Butter (64%) (Pasteurised Cream, Water, Salt, Lactic Acid, Culture Distillate), Sunflower Oil (26%), Water, Salt. Contains: Milk

Country of Origin

Made from local and imported ingredients.

Spreadable

Introducing our new incredible Spreadable. This unique blend combines our premium New Zealand salted butter with GMO-free sunflower oil, chosen for its mildness. {And frankly, there’s something uniquely appealing about a flower that follows the sun all day}. 

You'll enjoy soft spreadable deliciousness which is palm oil free and contains no hydrogenated fats.

Happy Buttering!

Nutritional Information

Servings Per Packet : 25 Serving Size: 10g


Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 3090kJ
Protein 0.6g
Fat - Total 82.9g
- Saturated 50.0g
Carbohydrate 0.6g
- Sugars 0.6
Sodium 10mg
Ingredients

Pasteurised cream, lactic culture

Country of Origin

Manufactured in New Zealand from local ingredients

Premium Unsalted Butter

Our Premium Unsalted Butter is blended to our specifications to better the best European butters. It is made with pure fresh cream and has a velvety texture and cultured taste.

Use as an ultra creamy spread for breads and buns or melted as part of a delicious sauce. It is ideal for baking, as it gives your dish additional flavour without altering the salt content.

The Premium butter taste profile was created with the guidance of Ross McCallum, the founder of Kapiti Cheese. Ross subsequently introduced us to Murray Seamark and Canary Foods – an independent, highly skilled operator recognised as a 2012 Exporter of the Year for their success in 20 overseas markets. Canary has the expertise to blend a selection of the best Export butters to a ‘recipe’ that betters anything else on the supermarket shelf. Packed in foil to keep out light and odours, our butter remains at its very best – all at a price that ensures it can be enjoyed every day.

Nutritional Information

Servings Per Packet : 25 Serving Size: 10g


Avg Qty Per 100g
Energy 3050kJ
Protein 0.6g
Fat - Total 81.5g
- Saturated 50.0g
Carbohydrate 0.6g
- Sugars 0.6g
Sodium 490mg
Ingredients

Pasteurised cream, salt, culture, enzyme

Country of Origin

Manufactured in New Zealand from local ingredients

Premium Lightly Salted Butter

Our Premium Lightly Salted Butter is blended to our specifications to better the best European butters. The secret to wonderful butter lies in our pure fresh cream, the culture, and the curing process. Our Premium Lightly Salted has a velvety texture like no other.

It is mouth-watering simply spread on toast or used in cooking and baking for a full-bodied buttery experience.

The Premium butter taste profile was created with the guidance of Ross McCallum, the founder of Kapiti Cheese. Ross subsequently introduced us to Murray Seamark and Canary Foods – an independent, highly skilled operator recognised as a 2012 Exporter of the Year for their success in 20 overseas markets. Canary has the expertise to blend a selection of the best Export butters to a ‘recipe’ that betters anything else on the supermarket shelf. Packed in foil to keep out light and odours, our butter remains at its very best – all at a price that ensures it can be enjoyed every day.



Product Ingredients


Premium Sea Salt Crystals Butter


Steak Butter


Spreadable


Premium Unsalted Butter


Premium Lightly Salted


How to make a better butter

To be at its best, butter only relies on one ingredient. Butterfat. Without it, you haven’t got real butter. However most ‘butters’ nowadays are sadly lacking in butterfat, and high in milk protein to meet the needs of mass production.

Lewis Road doesn’t do cheap imitations, so our Premium Butters are made to the exacting standards that a superior butter requires.

But butterfat can’t take all the credit of course. Ross McCallum, the founder of Kapiti Cheese who developed our taste profiles, and Murray Seamark, who keeps a hawk’s eye on everything that comes from our churn, can share in the accolades too. Ross’s recipe blends the best of Fonterra’s export butters including a heavily cultured butter that is exported to the Middle East and an uncultured butter produced for the European market.  The resulting product is rich, smooth and creamy with a cultured taste and velvety finish. Bravo gentlemen. You can enjoy their fine creations in Unsalted, Lightly Salted, Sea Salt Crystal, and our Artisan Sea Salt Crystal butters. You’ll find each slab wrapped in foil to keep it at its absolute finest.



A butter like no other

You may find it difficult to get your hands on our Artisan butter and for that we (very politely of course) make no apologies. You see our Artisan butter is lovingly hand crafted in small quantities using locally sourced cream.
However, if by some stroke of good fortune you do come across this delicate roll of velvet gold, you’ll soon discover why we’ve gone to such great effort. Firstly, you’ll notice it has a deeper yellow hue compared to most European ‘equivalents’. This is due to the bounty of fresh pasture our New Zealand dairy cows feast on all year round, instead of eating grain. Lucky them means lucky us.
Once you taste it you’ll be overcome by how incredibly rich and creamy it is. This is due to the painstaking process that produces a much lower water content than even our premium range. Whilst most of the batches end up in the kitchens of New Zealand’s leading chefs, we’re able to share some stock with a few of our favourite delicatessens.
Track it down and you’ll be faced with a most sought-after conundrum. To cook with, or to spread?