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Rare & Organic

3 Clanricarde Gardens
Tunbridge Wells
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Rare and Organic, an independent merchant of organic wine and food, is guided by the following important principles:
- The best version of a product is the one made in a sustainable manner, by small producers, and in its region of origin
- The small producer who turns organic does not do so of a desire for profit, but for passion.

We buy direct from the producer, and maintain personal relationships with all of these inspirational people.
Our products are principally Italian and British in origin, and include:
- A range of over thirty organic wine varieties and beer
Finest quality Parmigiano Reggiano biologico (organic parmesan) and other speciality organic cheeses
- Organic pasta made from segale (rye), castagne (chestnut) and farro (spelt)
- Organic vinegars, including aceto balsamico di Modena biologico (organic balsamic vinegar of Modena) and condimento alimentare bianco biologico (organic white balsamic condiment)
- Jersey Black Butter
- Tartufi (truffles) and associated products

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