Schaller & Weber Teawurst
Tracing its roots back to the Baltic region in the mid-1800s, this smoked and cured meat spread became wildly popular in Germany as a tea time snack. Thus, giving it the name Teawurst. The well marbled mix used by Schaller & Weber makes it incredibly smooth and extreme decadent, and their recipe adds a touch of paprika, which pairs with the spread’s smoky flavor for a distinct and delicious treat. It is ground incredibly fine, so it spreads easily on slices of French or rye bread. It’s great as a snack or makes an amazing appetizer to impress your guests.