WHEN I WAS A KID I remember eating New Zealand butter and thinking it was the best thing I'd ever had. When I visited New Zealand a few years back, it was as good as I remembered. But it's very hard to get in the United States -- I assume there's some sort of trade barrier. On a whim, I searched Amazon the other day, found it, and ordered some. It came yesterday, and yes, it's very good.
I would have thought that butter was butter. How do they do butter better in New Zealand? Massage the cows like they do in Japan for kobe steak?