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    A Flower Wedding - Walter Crane, one of the best-loved designers of the British Arts and Crafts movement, produced this beautifully illustrated poem that tells the story of a wedding day in 1905. Reproduced in glorious color and bound in foil-embossed cloth, this lovely reproduction makes a perfect wedding, engagement, or Valentines Day gift. 48 pages 7H, 5W Cloth-bound hardback cover, paper Abrams

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  • Chantecaille Le Must Have Set


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    Buddha's Hand Citron Vodka - This vodka has the intensely bright flavor of lemons, but it's not sweetened, so it packs a perfect, citrusy punch without ever getting cloying. Hangar 1 (it's literally in an airplane hangar!) starts with pristine straight vodka, distilled from wine grapes and wheat. They then infuse it with whole Buddha's Hand citrus fruit (Google it, it's incredible). The fragrant "fingers" are basically all peel, and the pith (the white part of the peel) isn't bitter like you'd expect, so it's perfect for infusions. tip of the tongue Upgrade the Lemon Drop! Combine 2 oz Buddha's Hand Citron Vodka, and 1 teaspoon sugar (superfine, if you've got it) mixed into 3/4 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice in a cocktail shaker, with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

  • Carignane Red Wine 2009

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    Carignane Red Wine 2009 - This is a big wine. There's beautiful fruit up front, but then a just-right sweetness balanced by noticeable tannins and a nice tart finish. And the wouldn't be a Coturri bottle without the earthy undertones the winery is known for. Coturri has been making natural wine since long before it became a trend. This means certified organic grapes, open tanks for naturally occurring yeasts to do all the fermentation and old-fashioned pressing methods. The wines are intense, earthy, somewhat funky, with true terroir and huge personality. If you've never tasted a natural wine before, it might take some getting used to, but we think if you embrace the funkiness, the bold flavors will win you over. tip of the tongue Pair this wine with an aged steak, especially if it's grilled. did you know? Carignane grapes are traditionally grown in the Rhone and Southern France, where it's typically used as a blending grape.

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    Chocolate Covered Dulce De Leche Alfajores - When these gorgeous, buttery, gooey sandwich cookies came across our tasting table, there was no debate: they were a must-carry. Made in the style of traditional Argentine alfajores , they are handmade in Queens by Angie herself, and are as good as (dare we say better than?) the best Argentina has to offer. Just-cakey-enough, rich butter cookies plus a slather of just-sweet-enough caramel equals one killer treat. And when you dip it in chocolate?!! We've died and gone to cookie heaven. tip of the tongue The cookie version of an it's-it ice cream sandwich. (Bonus foodie points if you know what an "it's-it" is without googling it.)

  • Breckenridge Distillery Bourbon

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    Breckenridge Distillery Bourbon - When it comes to making a distinctive Bourbon, a high percentage of rye in the mash is a great start. And this one is only 56% corn with 38% rye (and the last 6% barley), which makes it one of the highest rye-content Bourbons out there. All this rye adds delicious spicy notes to bourbon's sweet and oaky flavors, though this bottle is less sweet than the average. And then there’s the Rocky Mountain snowmelt they use to bring it to the right proof – that is, to have a desirable alcohol content with all the warmth and none of the fire. The water's natural minerals enhance the mouth-feel for a creamy texture we just can't get enough of. tip of the tongue Searching for a less sweet Bourbon? This is the bottle for you!

  • Hot Toddy Caramel Popcorn

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    Hot Toddy Caramel Popcorn - Make room on your top shelf for another ingenious boozy popcorn from the women behind Butter & Scotch. The winter-warming Hot Toddy cocktail has been magically transformed into a sweetly sour, cinnamon-tinged caramel corn, and we can’t get enough. A sticky, caramelized mixture of bourbon and golden honey drenches each crunchy puff. No bite delights the same. TIP OF THE TONGUE Unleash this nutty, zesty snack by the fire. Order a few rounds, because it's hard to stop at just one (handful). INGREDIENTS Popcorn, coconut oil, sugar, butter, honey, baking soda, salt, bourbon, lemon zest, cinnamon. Comes in a 4 oz bag. Made in a facility that processes: eggs, nuts and wheat.

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    J. W. Overbey Bourbon - This is a classic, lightly aged bourbon so it's nutty and a little sweet, with hints of salted caramel and black pepper spice. It's also made right down the road from us in Brooklyn, in a neighborhood called Bedford-Stuyvesant, with organic grains grown in New York State. After distillation, the bourbon is aged for four months in small barrels. J. W. Overbey is a very new, very small company, and they're really embracing the individual character imparted by the barrels. They don't blend, so each barrel transforms into one case of whiskey and each batch has a slightly different flavor profile. tip of the tongue Try this in a Boulevardier, a bourbon-lovers' take on the Negroni: Combine 1 oz of this bourbon, 1 oz Campari and 1 oz Vya Sweet Vermouth in a cocktail pitcher with lots of ice. Gently stir counter-clockwise until very cold (20-30 times) and strain into a chilled cocktail glass or a rocks glass with fresh ice. Garnish with an orange twist.

  • OYO Whiskey

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    OYO Whiskey - Ah, the Midwest and its “amber waves of grain.� Well, we think there’s no better celebration of said waves than this amber whiskey! OYO is made from 100% Ohio soft red winter wheat and bottled from a single cask, so it's a truly concentrated taste of Ohio terroir. Wheat whiskeys are dryer and lighter-bodied than bourbon, and OYO has a soft warmth and the mellow flavor of wheat bread with a hint of sweetness underneath. It's livened up by hints of dried fruit and spiced nuts. Tip of the tongue When it's cold, make a hot toddy with a squeeze of lemon, hot water and honey. When it's hot, make a whiskey version of a Bee's Knees: Combine 1 1/2 oz whiskey, 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice in a shaker with plenty of ice. Shake until cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon twist. did you know? Wheat whiskeys must be made with at least 51% wheat, but there are only a handful made exclusively from wheat. ingredients Distilled from 100% Ohio soft red winter wheat; 46% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Pecan and Vanilla Salt Shortbread Bites

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    Pecan and Vanilla Salt Shortbread Bites - Piles and piles of pipsqueak pecan cookie bites – that's what our dreams are made of. And probably what we'll be made of, if we keep eating them at this rate! We're kind of surprised that vanilla salt isn't a Class A controlled substance, but we're not complaining. The concentrated mix of salty and sweet combined with rich, buttery pecan shortbread is a lethal dose of delicious. These pint-sized pecan-vanilla bites are curiously tasty and will have you hooked before you even know it – but if rock bottom is grasping for crumbs, we're happy to keep coming back for the next fix. While competing on Bravo's "Top Chef," Carla Hall spread her infectious philosophy: cook with love. Now, her motto has found its way to baking cookies. Spreading the love is encouraged, as these adorable treats are bite-sized and made for sharing. Each batch is rolled by hand using the freshest seasonal ingredients, and Carla's able to channel her Southern background along with her classic French training. Now, the only question is whether you'll actually share before devouring the whole lovely package! Tip of the Tongue Simple yet seductive, these are the perfect sidekick to a cozy mug of black or herbal tea (like Chai, coconut, cinnamon or vanilla), or any blend of hot coffee. Ingredients Pecans, organic flour, organic sugar, butter, egg whites, vanilla extract, almond extract, salt, vanilla beans.

  • Peppermint Stick Drinking Chocolate


    Peppermint Stick Drinking Chocolate - Love the tin. Love the name (Sucré is French for "sweetened"). Love the hot chocolate. Pastry chef Tariq Hanna grew up next to cacao farms in Nigeria, so he's learned a thing or two about exceptional chocolate. He makes his drinking chocolate from crushed whole beans, so it's intensely chocolate-y, but dissolves easily in milk. This minty fresh version includes crushed peppermint candy, so it literally sparkles. Plus, it's got just the right amount of spicy-sweet mint. We call this a mug full of holiday oomph. tip of the tongue Double up on the mint and top with a Wondermade peppermint marshmallow or stir with an indie peppermint stick! ingredients Chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (soy lecithin), vanilla), peppermint candy (sugar, corn syrup, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, artificial color (blue #1, blue #2, red #3, red #40, red 40 lake, yellow #5 and yellow #6). May contain: salt, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (soybean and/or cottonseed oil). Comes in a 12 ounce tin, which makes approximately 15 8 oz servings. NOTE: Manufactured on equipment with products containing milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, and other nuts.

  • Maplejack Liqueur

    Finger Lakes Distilling

    Maplejack Liqueur - A liqueur that tastes like pancakes with roasted apples? Yes, please! Finger Lakes Distilling starts with an apple brandy made with local apples. Then, they age it in oak barrels and sweeten it with local maple syrup. It's nutty and sugary, but with some natural acidity from the apples and a nice warm base, thanks to the brandy. We're obsessed. tip of the tongue Use Maplejack in place of brandy for a festive riff on a Sidecar: Combine 1 oz Maplejack, 1 oz Fruitlab Orange Liqueur and 1 oz freshly-squeezed lemon in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Lightly dust with cinnamon. ingredients 35% alcohol by volume; comes in a 375ml bottle.

  • Lime In The Coconut Bar

    Liddabit Sweets

    Lime In The Coconut Bar - Glittering turquoise waves crashing on sun-bleached sandy shores, palm trees bending in a tropical breeze, sweet tropical coconut squeezed with lime. This bar is as evocative as the song itself – a beachy escape disguised as a candy bar. Unsweetened coconut is nutty, rich, and balanced out with the zingyness of fresh lime. tip of the tongue Sort of like a Mounds or Almond Joy but with so much more going on. A thin robe of dark chocolate brings this bar into sophisticated territory – don't be afraid to slice it up and serve at a dinner party for dessert (with a generous side of aged rum). ingredients Glucose syrup, unsweetened coconut, dark chocolate, cane sugar, macadamia nuts, marshmallow cream, fresh limes, white rum, salt. Comes in a 3.5 oz bar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles dairy, egg, nuts, soy, and wheat.

  • Malted Fudge Sauce

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    Malted Fudge Sauce - Dave Martin made it all the way to the Season 1 finals of Top Chef by putting his signature spin on classic American dishes. Um, hot fudge sauce with a hint of malted milk, anyone? Hello. Dave starts with top quality Guittard chocolate and sweetens this hot fudge sauce with sugar and agave (never corn syrup). tip of the tongue For an indie spin on the classic, heat and spoon over vanilla ice cream and top with a Mess Hall cocktail cherry. ingredients Sugar, water, Guittard Chocolate (cocoa beans, unsweetened chocolate liquor, cane sugar, cocoa butter, vanilla, soy lecithin), Malted Milk Powder (wheat flour and malted barley Extracts, milk, soy lecithin, salt, sodium bicarbonate), cream (made from milk), agave sweetener (blue agave nectar), semisweet chocolate chips (sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla), unsalted butter (pasteurized cream contains milk), vanilla, sea salt. Comes in a 15 oz jar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and soy.

  • Peru 66% Dark Chocolate Bar

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    Peru 66% Dark Chocolate Bar - Chocolate-makers Jael and Dan are all about local, organic and sustainable (they even have a solar-powered cacao roaster!), but quality is their ultimate standard and these bars are winning. They make them in Asheville, North Carolina, near the French Broad River. The organic, fair trade cacao in this bar was grown in a "very special oasis of cacao trees" in the coastal dessert near the Palo Blanco community in Chulucanas, Peru. It's bright and clean, with hints of fig and a balanced sweetness brought on by nothing but pure cacao and sugar. Tip of the Tongue The fig notes in the bar perfectly complement the sweet, low tang of balsamic vinegar, so it would be delicious accompanying or following any dish that uses balsamic vinegar, whether that's a salad or a steak. Ingredients Organic cacao, organic cane sugar. Comes in a 2.1 oz bar. NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles tree nuts, gluten, dairy, peanuts.

  • Ragged Mountain Rum

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    Ragged Mountain Rum - We definitely used to associate rum with beach vacations, until we tasted this delicious sipping rum made in the Berkshire mountains of Massachusetts! It's got the classic rum flavors of toffee and ripe banana, plus some distinctive notes of toasted nuts, cinnamon and vanilla. That vanilla comes from years of aging in former bourbon barrels. Ragged Mountain is a blend of 2- and 3-year-old rums, finished with local mountain spring water. And at 40% alcohol it's perfect for sipping straight, on the rocks or with a tiny splash of water to open up the flavors. tip of the tongue This is a great choice for bourbon drinkers looking to branch out. We also think it's great in a rum old fashioned: Muddle 1 teaspoon sugar and 4 to 6 dashes bitters in the bottom of a rocks glass. Add 2 oz Ragged Mountain rum and stir to finish dissolving the sugar. Add ice (ideally one large cube) and stir again until the drink is very cold. Garnish with a lemon or orange twist. ingredients 40% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Raspberry Liqueur

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    Raspberry Liqueur - This is one raspberry liqueur that shouldn't be reserved for dessert recipes. It honestly tastes like a perfect, just-picked, sweet-tart raspberry gently warmed by the sun. Ahhhh. The distillers at St. George start with brandy distilled from raspberries, then add fresh raspberry juice. We've been sipping it straight, using it in cocktails, pouring it over ice cream and using it to macerate all kinds of summer berries. One bottle might not be enough. tip of the tongue We love to make Raspberry Brambles with this liqueur: Combine 2 oz Raspberry Liqueur, 1/2 oz Aviation Gin from House Spirits Distillery, 1 oz fresh-squeezed lemon juice and 1/2 oz simple syrup in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold, and strain into a tall glass filled with crushed ice (which you can make in your food processor!). ingredients 20% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • The Californians


    The Californians - California, here we come! Take a road trip with us up and down the Left Coast (we prefer the PCH, less traffic). Indie food makers across the The Golden State are turning out totally awesome small-batch goodies. We've gathered our favorites here in two collections. Start California dreamin' now. OPTION 1: The Californians Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Baja Precious Baja Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Baja Extra Virgin Olive Oil Baja Precious (CKG-107-10-S) Classic pickle slices from Green Hollow Classic pickle slices - Classic Pickle Slices Green Hollow Preserves (PIK-180-11-S) Sqirl's Raspberry & Vanilla Bean Jam Raspberry Vanilla Bean Jam - Raspberry Vanilla Bean Jam / 8 ounces Sqirl (SPD-260-13-S) Spicy Almond Caramel Corn by CC Made Spiced Almond Caramel Corn - Almond Caramel Corn CC Made (SNK-131-11-S) Pink Grapefruit and Mint Marmalade by Lemon Bird Pink Grapefruit and Mint Marmalade - Pink Grapefruit and Mint Marmalade Lemon Bird Handmade Jams (SPD-207-15-S) The Girl & The Fig Fig Jam Fig Jam - Fig Jam The Girl & The Fig (SPD-152-11-S) Corn & Rice Pasta made by Baia Pasta Corn & Rice Pasta - Corn & Rice Pasta Baia Pasta (CKG-106-15-S) Cheesy Kale Chips made by Just Pure Foods Cheesy Kale Chips - Cheesy Kale Chips Just Pure Foods (SNK-199-13-S) OPTION 2: The Californians (Redwood Size!) Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Baja Precious Baja Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Baja Extra Virgin Olive Oil Baja Precious (CKG-107-10-S) Classic pickle slices from Green Hollow Classic pickle slices - Classic Pickle Slices Green Hollow Preserves (PIK-180-11-S) Sola Bee Wine Country Wildflower Honey Wine Country Wildflower Honey - Wine Country Wildflower Honey Sola Bee (SPD-256-10-S) Sqirl's Raspberry & Vanilla Bean Jam Raspberry Vanilla Bean Jam - Raspberry Vanilla Bean Jam / 8 ounces Sqirl (SPD-260-13-S) Spicy Almond Caramel Corn by CC Made Spiced Almond Caramel Corn - Almond Caramel Corn CC Made (SNK-131-11-S) Pink Grapefruit and Mint Marmalade by Lemon Bird Pink Grapefruit and Mint Marmalad

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    Potomac Chocolate

    Upala 70% Dark Chocolate Bar - Washington, DC is a political city, rife with strong opinions. So beltway-based bean-to-bar chocolatier Ben Rasmussen fits right in, even though the only office he holds is in a small chocolate workshop. He lobbies hard for chocolate made from cacao beans whose unique flavors have been carefully coaxed out and unadulterated by anything other than sugar. His bars are as intense as any DC denizen, perfect for those who dwell on the dark side of chocolate. Potomac Chocolate’s first bar, this dark chocolate is made using cacao from the Upala district of Costa Rica. Rasmussen deems it rich and earthy, with notes of raspberry and caramel. This daring combo's got our vote. Tip of the Tongue To bring out the sweetness and downplay the bitter notes of this dark chocolate, pair with any spicy snack. Peppers and chilies actually numb your tongue, giving more subtle tastebuds a chance. Ingredients Cocoa beans, sugar. Comes in a 1.76 oz bar.

  • Organic Botanical Vodka

    Square One Organic Spirits

    Organic Botanical Vodka - Call this the bridge between vodka and gin – perfect for bringing all drinkers together around the same punch bowl. This floral, herbal, citrusy sipper is incredibly well balanced and totally refreshing – plus, it's certified organic! But what is it exactly? Square one starts with organic vodka, distilled from 100% rye, and infuses it with pear, rose, chamomile, lemon verbena, lavender, rosemary, coriander and citrus peel. A rye spirit infused with eight different botanicals... that sounds kinda like gin! Well, we can't call this gin, because it doesn't contain the legally-required juniper, but we'll file this one under "a gin by any other name tasting just as delicious." tip of the tongue We like the sound of his Basil Gimlet riff from Square One: Muddle 4 to 5 basil leaves in the bottle of a cocktail shaker. Add lots of ice, 2 oz Botanical Vodka, 1 oz freshly squeezed lime juice and 1/2 oz organic agave nectar (or simple syrup). Shake until very cold and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Bonus points if you use basil from your garden or your farm share. ingredients Distilled from certified organic rye and infused with pear, rose, chamomile, lemon verbena, lavender, rosemary, coriander and citrus peel; 45% alcohol by volume; comes in a 750ml bottle.

  • Almond Butter + Quinoa Chocolate

    Almond Butter + Quinoa Chocolate - Hu Kitchen in New York's Greenwich Village is all about serving "unequivocally delicious food that also happens to be unprocessed and good for you." We're big fans and patrons, so we're thrilled to be able to share one of their most delicious offerings with you. The chocolate shell filled with almond butter has the salty-sweet appeal of a Reese's peanut butter cup, while puffed quinoa adds a fantastic crunch. And this unusual chocolate bar has no refined sugar, gluten, dairy, emulsifiers, stabilizers, soy or GMOs. Tip of the tongue Bring it to the movies, bribe your children to wash the dishes or stash in your desk drawer as a defense against the vending machine.