Le Bon Magot

All-Natural Products Inspired by the Spice Route

These jars pack quite a punch of flavor! Le Bon Magot (mă-gō′) or “the hidden treasure” is a woman-owned business specializing in heritage-inspired African, Middle Eastern and South Asian condiments like relishes and chutneys. The chutney has been a ubiquitous part of Indian cuisine since before 500 B.C., with each region relying on a distinctive spice blend to preserve locally cultivated or foraged produce. “Chutney” or chattni, in Hindi means “to lick,” which is precisely what you will be doing as you lick your plate clean, these are so tasty!

Le Bon Magot’s products is all-natural and shelf stable, so you can reach for your cupboard and open up the flavors of a rich Tomato and White Sultana Chutney with Ginger & Garam Masala, or saffron-infused Lemon-Sultana Marmalade with Carraway. Whether jazzing up a charcuterie or cheese board or simply applied on toasted bread, Le Bon Magot will become your plate-side companion at every meal.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Better Homes & Gardens, Cooks Illustrated, Food & wine, The New York Times are all fans of Le Bon Magot

Le Bon Magot

All-Natural Products Inspired by the Spice Route

These jars pack quite a punch of flavor! Le Bon Magot (mă-gō′) or “the hidden treasure” is a woman-owned business specializing in heritage-inspired African, Middle Eastern and South Asian condiments like relishes and chutneys. The chutney has been a ubiquitous part of Indian cuisine since before 500 B.C., with each region relying on a distinctive spice blend to preserve locally cultivated or foraged produce. “Chutney” or chattni, in Hindi means “to lick,” which is precisely what you will be doing as you lick your plate clean, these are so tasty!

Le Bon Magot’s products is all-natural and shelf stable, so you can reach for your cupboard and open up the flavors of a rich Tomato and White Sultana Chutney with Ginger & Garam Masala, or saffron-infused Lemon-Sultana Marmalade with Carraway. Whether jazzing up a charcuterie or cheese board or simply applied on toasted bread, Le Bon Magot will become your plate-side companion at every meal.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Better Homes & Gardens, Cooks Illustrated, Food & wine, The New York Times are all fans of Le Bon Magot