An onion delicacy with captivating and delicate taste, perfect with medium or long-aged cheeses, excellent with gorgonzola, raw fish and grilled tuna. Owing to its fullness, it can also accompany mixed boiled meats and raw meats, excellent with foie gras.
The In 1825, Paul Louit established a small company in Bordeaux to market food products, which through the efforts of his descendants would become the mustard and chocolate manufacturer Louit Frères (in English, Louit Brothers), the largest industry in South West France. At the end of World War I, the Louit Frères company began a more extensive distribution of its mustards, which were marketed in practically all of northern Italy. Besides their deliciousness, Louit Frères products were appreciated for their refined, elegant, and well-made packaging.