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  1. Red Bee Honey Comb Quick View

    Red Bee Honey Comb

    Hails from a small bee farm located in Weston, Connecticut. It's raw and unheated with no pesticides, alcohol, paraffin waxes or preservatives. Read More
  2. Pralus Infernal Bar Quick View

    Pralus Infernal Bar

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    The Infernal Bar is the ultimate in chocolate-hazelnut and we guarantee it will change the way you think about this classic combo. Read More
  3. Frantoia Extra Virgin Olive Oil Quick View

    Frantoia Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Zippy, spicy flavor that balances the rich fruitiness of this unfiltered Sicilian olive oil. Bitter greens, fish, and risotto will benefit from a drizzle of this. Read More
  4. Crown Maple Syrup Quick View

    Crown Maple Syrup

    Want to add some depth to your Sunday morning pancakes? Read More
  5. Big Cheese Hat Quick View

    Big Cheese Hat

    Wear it with pride, because if they can't already tell that you are The Big Cheese, it's time they knew. Murray's "Big Cheese" Hat. Read More
  6. New Tonewood Maple Cream Quick View

    Tonewood Maple Cream

    Our all-time favorite condiment, Tonewood Maple Cream is the smoothest, sweetest, most irresistible thing we’ve ever tasted. Imagine the best piece of leaf-shaped maple candy you’ve ever had in your life, then imagine the candy melted and whipped into a spreadable cream. Instant heaven. We drizzle this on our soft triple crèmes like St. Stephen and Kunik, we also dunk our Challerhocker and other Alpines right in the jar. Spread it on your breakfast pancakes and toast, pour it over ice cream or right on to your popcorn during movie night. Trust us, it’s our No. 1 recommendation. Read More
  7. New Blake Hill Jam Collection Quick View

    Blake Hill Jam Collection

    At the end of a postcard-pretty lane in Vermont’s Green Mountains, the folks at Blake Hill are busy crafting chutney, preserves and jams in small batches from sustainably grown fruits. Their rule: all ingredients must be from 20 miles away or less. The glistening goodies in these jars are full of pure, juicy flavor. Blake Hill jams are good friends to cheese, morning toast, and vanilla ice cream. Raspberry & Hibiscus Preserve Cranberry & Orange Chutney Orange & Bourbon Whiskey Marmalade Read More
  8. Westwind Vinegars Quick View

    Westwind Vinegars


    Westwind Honey Vinegar

    Westwind Orchard is a family-run farm in New York’s Hudson Valley. They pick apples and care for Italian and Russian bee colonies—the two come together, age in glass carboys for four weeks, then get hand-bottled and wax sealed. Westwind honey vinegar is a delicious salad revver-upper, and a genius cocktail ingredient. Splash in seltzer for a better-than-soda refresher.

    Westwind Raspberry Vinegar

    Westwind Orchard’s apple cider raspberry vinegar, hand-bottled at a family-run organic farm in upstate New York, is so good you’ll want to swig it, especially mixed with a dash of seltzer. Ahhh. Summer in a bottle. It’s hand-crafted from their own organic apples, then left to ferment and mixed with their crimson, sweet-tart raspberries. What an elegant bottle! What a pretty elixir! Stock this stuff in your pantry, bring to your next dinner party. Your grilled chicken and salmon long to be drizzled with this goodness, your salads crave it, your chevres and fresh cheeses delight in its presence.

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  9. Westwind Raw Honey Quick View

    Westwind Raw Honey

    The folks at Westwind Orchard, in the shadows of the Catskills in New York’s Hudson Valley, fell in love with bees—and the sweet fruits of their labor—circa 2008. Since then, their orchard has been home to Italian and Russian bee colonies—pretty impressive bee lineages. Commercial apiaries often clip the wings of the queens, thus curbing their ability to swarm. Westwind lets their bees swarm free. The beekeepers leave plenty of honey for their colonies to feast upon (the bees also forage on a smorgasbord of organic buckwheat, yellow mustard, and peas). The rest of the honey gets collected and sold, because we—and you—are the luckiest. It even won a 2015 Good Food Award. The raw, unprocessed nectar is redolent of fresh flowers and carmelized sugar. Drizzle on ricotta or yogurt; glaze veggies, ham, or chicken wings. Or serve with fresh chevre or punchy blue cheese. We’re beelievers. Read More

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