You get whipped butter in Scandinavia. I have had it London. I thought it was going to become a trend but it didn't seem to take off.
I was about to run out of my Anchor so I thought I'd try a different one this time. They only had massive cartons of Country Life, so I bought some Kerrygold. At least it's a bit of a more natural colour. Seems to taste ok. Not a strong flavour but pleasant.
I really dislike unsalted butter. It's just too fatty?!
In general, very fatty things make me feel nauseous (physiological not psychological. Various very fatty things made me feel sick as a child without my putting two and two together to work out what it was), but if consumed with something - salt or chilli - it seems to be ok. I do love salt crystal butter. I have a stash of it - various ones including an Isigny one and a Charente one - from my last trip to Normandy.
Best butter I've had was in a Parisian hotel. It was a Beurre de Baratte from down near Fougeres/Ernee, oddly (?)
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