Pack of four sauces typical of the islands: the almogrote with the oldest recipe of La Gomera, the mojos which are the typical accompaniment of the Canary Islands and the palm syrup, a natural sweetener extracted from the Canary Island palm tree and cooked to give that touch of honey that is so popular.
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The almogrote is a mojo with the texture of a pâté and comes from the remote history of the island of La Gomera and combines two local ingredients: aged cured goat's cheese (typical of the island) and mojo picón. The key is the texture, which should be neither too solid nor too gelatinous, and the colour, which should be orange.
The mojos are the most famous sauces of the islands to accompany any typical dish of the islands, the difference between the two mojos lies in the time, as the red mojo has vinegar so it requires more dedication, it is also spicy, although in Masapé they opt for a medium point that pleases all palates.
Palm syrup or palm honey is a 100% natural product that requires a long period of time to be elaborated as the extraction process is 100% handmade.
- Vegetarian , Ecological
- With milk and lactose , With sulphur dioxide and sulphites
- Gluten-free , Egg-free
- La Gomera