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Honey, Jam & Spreads

Honey, Jam & Spreads

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  1. Truffle Honey Quick View

    Truffle Honey

    Honey mixed with actual truffles! Cast those synthetic imitations aside and try some of this fragrant honey over blue or soft cheeses. Read More
  2. Mitica Fig Jam Quick View

    Mitica Fig Jam

    Jam out with your cheesy self when you combine your favorite salty, sheepy cheese with this excellent marmalade made from Pajarero figs and lemon flower honey. Read More
  3. Out of stock Seashore Honey Quick View

    Seashore Honey

    If you’re looking for something to get all whipped up about, look no further. This Quebecoise, churned seashore honey is worked up into a state of sweet, creamy heaven-sauce unlike any you’ve tried before. As seen in the Wall Street Journal. Read More
  4. Harvest Song Apricot Preserves Quick View

    Harvest Song Apricot Preserves

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  5. Murray's Honey Quick View

    Murray's Honey

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  6. Mike's Hot Honey Quick View

    Mike's Hot Honey

    Mike’s Hot Honey is a chili pepper-infused honey made in Brooklyn, NY.  Hot Honey is a scintillating addition to any number of dishes in need of a little sweet heat, including pizza, chicken, ribs, biscuits, roasted vegetables, fruits, cheeses and even ice cream.  Also useful in cocktails and marinades, Mike’s Hot Honey is a versatile condiment made with the heat lover in mind. Read More
  7. Willis Cider Jam Quick View

    Willis Cider Jam

    The Wood’s Cider Mill has been making cider jelly since 1882 from fresh, locally harvested apples. They mash and press apples on the farm’s original screw press to extract the juice that will become sweet cider, which is then reduced over a wood fire in a stainless steel evaporator. Read More
  8. TruBee Honey Quick View

    TruBee Honey

    TruBee honeys capture the varied flavors of the American South. Instead of confining bees to a single-source diet, they encourage a more “free-range” lifestyle, meaning they forage fruit blossoms and black locust in the spring and wildflowers and herbs in the summer. Read More
  9. Mustapha's Preserved Lemons Quick View

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