Clean, creamy and reliable. Ballantyne Cultured Unsalted is the chef’s choice for cooking and baking. Produced in the traditional manner, using fermented cream to give the product its full-bodied taste. Its low moisture content makes it equally perfect for those springy lamingtons or your signature anzac biscuits. As this butter contains no salt, you are completely in control of the taste. When you want your cooking to really shine this is the butter for you.
"Quality products start with quality ingredients: fresh, sweet cream made from grass fed cow’s milk and a touch of salt. We take these three simple ingredients and turn them into something exceptional. How? Using modern technology and a method that’s over 100 years old. The result is premium quality butter with a distinctly clean, and full-bodied taste.
A butter that bakes better, tastes better, and roasts better. "
"There are few pleasures in life as simple as a freshly baked slice of bread smeared with butter.
Ballantyne Spreadable is perfect for this moment. Its soft, malleable texture ensures it glides evenly over bread or toast, straight from the fridge. While the clean, creamy taste is perfect on its own, it’s also excellent with spreads or extra toppings.
We believe in quality over quantity. That’s why this product is made with only four ingredients: butter, water, canola oil and salt. "
A versatile fruit that’s packed with nutrients and flavour, Australians are now eating more avocados than they ever have before. Ballantyne Spreadable with avocado oil blends the nutty taste of avocado oil with Ballantyne’s Traditional creamy butter. For lovers of all things creamy.
"From rows of olive trees swaying under the Australian sun, to your family table, this butter is for those that crave Mediterranean flavour. Olive oil crafted from Australia’s leading groves is expertly balanced with the clean creamy taste of our Ballantyne Spreadable range.
A robust Mediterranean taste will bring out the best in your cooking. Perfect for fish, vegetables or spread directly onto fresh bread. "