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Tote Description:;Size 16;W x 15.5;H; 5; Gusset; 22" handles;Material Type: Natural Cotton;Care Instructions: Hand wash cold, hang dry
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  • Raspberry Marshmallows

    Three Tarts

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    Dude, Sweet Chocolate

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    Double Dutch Sweets

    The Ramona Bar - Shiyuan had a dream. She wanted to make candy bars for adults that taste as good they do to kids. Candy bars made from the best cream, chocolate and nuts. Bars with nostalgia. She started with a classic: Fluffy vanilly nougat, then layered on salted honey caramel, roasted peanuts and rich dark chocolate. Salty, peanut-y, chewy bliss. She named it after one of our favorite childhood literary characters – Beverly Cleary's Ramona. tip of the tongue Do not, we repeat, do not, share this bar with your annoying sister. ingredients Organic Cane sugar, dark chocolate, peanuts, organic cream, organic honey, golden syrup, organic milk, glucose, organic butter, kosher salt, organic egg whites, cocoa butter, vanilla extract, cream of tartar. 1.9 oz bar. NOTE: Made in a facility that also processes tree nuts and wheat.

    $7.00
  • Verjus

    Wölffer Estate

    Verjus - Translated from French, verjus literally means ‘green juice.’ It’s neither vinegar nor wine, which makes it a hugely versatile ingredient. What IS verjus, you might be wondering? When grapes are just beginning to ripen, the winemakers thin the vines — this makes them stronger and helps produce the best fruit. The early crop of unripe fruit is then pressed and cold-pasteurized. The result – verjus – is milder than lemon juice or vinegar and balanced with sweet, tart, minerally freshness. ''It seems strange and unfamiliar at first, but once you have a bottle on hand, you want to use it for everything,'' said Roman Roth, the winemaker at W ö lffer. We agree — once you try it, you'll find you can't live without it. Tip of the Tongue So easy to make elegant and vibrant sauces with this. And it's of course ideal for salad dressings. It's also wonderful with seltzer or as the main ingredient in a margarita. Or simply drink it straight as a substitute for wine. ingredients Unfermented vinifera grapes picked at half ripeness. Comes in a 750 ml wine bottle.

    $15.00
  • 100% Rye Whiskey

    100% Rye Whiskey - Ah, tradition. Salvatore "Sal" Cimino is not only a third-generation barber, he's carried on his father's and grandfather's love of distilling (although his are the family's first legal bottles on the market!). So, when we got our first taste of this 100% rye, we expected something truly old-school. And this is one old-school whiskey, in the best way: it’s bready, peppery, warming, with HUGE flavor. This super-special whiskey is distilled by hand in an extra-small, handmade, 90-gallon still (the smallest we've heard of!). Sal gets on his hands and knees to move and adjust the flame under this tiny still. tip of the tongue If you’re in San Francisco, go meet your distiller. Make an appointment for a haircut and a taste of small-batch dedication (we've heard he actually serves his customers shots of his latest batch!). ingredients Distilled from 100% rye; 50% alcohol by volume; comes in a 375ml bottle.

    $45.00