Borodinsky

the 'Prince of Breads'
  • Borodinsky
  • Borodinsky

Borodinsky is known as the ‘Prince of Breads’. Our Borodinsky is flavoured with Red Rye Malt, Coriander seeds, freshly crushed, and the bitter-sweet Blackstrap Molasses.¬†Where the Soviet-prescribed recipe contains a small portion of wheatflour, our version is made only with rye flour.

TASTING NOTES
Coriander and bitter-sweet Blackstrap Molasses

ENJOY WITH
A strong, mature cheddar.

ORIGIN
Borodinsky is known as the ‘Prince of Breads’. ¬† Its origins are often attributed to bread baked to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Borodino in 1812.

The complex fermentation process used in this recipe is often attributed to the famous Russian composer, and chemist, Borodin, and it is an integral part of the GOST standards.