Let's replace "luxuriously melded" with "mixed". The flavor of juniper is "mixed" with the bear fond. I don't know what "bear fond" is, though. ><
This is very "flowery", advertising language. The word "luxuriously" is just supposed to make you feel good. It makes you imagine that the way the two flavors were "melded" together is very delicate, subtle, precise, or refined. It makes you think of perfection, extravagance, comfort, and, of course, luxury.
By the way, "juniper" is a noun — a type of evergreen tree. That's the flavour they are referring to. It could mean there was literally juniper in the sauce, or it could mean that there was a flavour that just tasted *like* juniper. That juniper flavour is what was "luxuriously melded" — or mixed — with the flavour of the meat.
And yes, by phrasing it that way, they are implying that it tasted awesome and made them feel really good!
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