Products We're Featuring
Dobos TortaPronounced [doh-bosh], this traditional Hungarian coffeehouse torte was created in 1887 by well known chef and confectioner József C. Dobos (1847–1924). Five thin layers of vanilla sponge cake and dark chocolate espresso buttercream, all topped with pieces of crispy dark caramel. Taste one of Hungary’s most famous tortas!now $4.79/slice, was $5.99
3 way chai!!Enjoy Rishi Tea’s scrumptious Masala Chai 3 ways. Steep a loose leaf teabag to keep it simple, steam our house made chai with creamy Calder Dairy milk or enjoy a hot Michigan cider spiced and spiked (with caffeine)!
Farm LoafImagine sitting around a French farmhouse table waiting for dinner to be served–this would be the bread they’d bring out. A foot and a half across the top of its crisscrossed dome, looking a bit like a rough cut diamond, it has a thick crust and a soft white chewy interior with a flavor that tastes of toasted wheat.$4.50/loaf
- Green Olive Paesano 10/14 10/15
- Somodi Kálacs 10/21-10/23
- Rosemary Baguettes 10/28-10/30
- Lemon Poppyseed Coffee Cake 10/27-10/30
Shichimi TogarashiShichimi Togarashi is THE spice blend of everyday eating in Japan, used as liberally as salt & pepper here in the U.S. The Épices de Cru blend consists of Korean chili pepper, sesame seed, dried mandarin orange peel, dried yuzu peel, nori seaweed, Sansho peppercorns (the mouth numbing Japanese ancestor of the better known Sichuan peppercorn), and ginger. Enticingly exotic! Best when applied as a finishing spice to liven up just about anything.
now $10.50, was $14
View a recipe using this spice!
Tinned Fish of the Month:
Founded in 1853, the Connétable factory produces some of the best sardines around, just ask an a-fish-ianado. These simple, no nonsense classics from Brittany, France are cleaned by hand, fried and packed in velvety extra virgin olive oil.
now $6.70/tin, was $9.99
The little cheese with a big complex. When very young (two weeks) this cheese has a soft creamy texture and a gently acidic flavor. As it reaches middle age (two to three weeks) the cheese is semi-firm and develops a full, savory flavor. At one month, the cheese is firm to hard with a pungent goat flavor.
now $6.99/each, was $9
This coffee comes from New Year’s Gift Estate in the southeast highlands of Zimbabwe. Originally established as a nature preserve in 1924, the estate now produces coffee and tea and is home to dozens of indigenous flora and fauna.If you look at these beans closely, you might notice they are small, round, and pea-like. Also known as caracole or mocha beans, “peaberries” are the single beans found inside the coffee cherry. They usually occur toward the end of a branch of the coffee tree and generally represent less than 5% of the tree’s production.Medium roast. Smooth and balanced with flavors of cherry and toasted nuts.