Products We're Featuring
Zingerman’s 5-Star Black Pepper Blend
A terrific, done-just-for-us blend of five different black peppercorns—Tellicherry Reserve, Mlamala, Rajakumari, Tellicherry Extra Bold and Shimoga. Together, the five achieve a flavor and complexity that none can attain on its own. In a world seasoned with anonymous large-scale production peppers, this is really something special—world-class peppercorns brought together into a custom blend that’s really the first of its kind!
now $15/tin, was $20/tin
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This lovely little package of goat’s milk goodness starts off identical to our classic Little Napoleon, but as soon as the cheese starts to develop a rind, we wrap it in chestnut leaves that have been soaked in a mix of Michigan red wines. Aside from making a beautiful presentation, the leaves alter the taste and texture of the round, giving it an amazing complex density and a tangy finish. The Chestnut Napoleon makes an excellent table cheese and pairs wonderfully with all sorts of breads, flatbreads, and crackers. We like it with a subtle, less hoppy ale or any kind of sparkling wine.
now $11/each, was $14/each
We’re servin’ up a demitasse of Spanish Drinking Chocolate, a super-thick dark chocolate from Enric Rovira in Barcelona that’s so luscious and rich it demands to be enjoyed with a spoon!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake of the Month: Dobos Torta
Pronounced [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/slice (20% off slices and whole tortes)
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick: Guatemala Buena Esperanza
A floral, juicy coffee with a silky body–brought to us by producer Noe Castillo. This coffee was grown on her family’s farm, five hours through the mountains from the city of Huehuetenango in the west of Guatemala–an area known for producing the most distinguished Guatemalan coffees. They strive to use organic products to fertilize their crops, and are always working hard to improve their shade trees, patios, and drying times.
This naturally leavened loaf is simply organic wheat flour, water, and sea salt. The crumb has a mild sour tang and the flavor of toasted wheat. The caramelized crust gives it extra flavor, too. Farm bread makes any sandwich better.
- Babka – All Month
- Black Olive Farm Bread – 8/31 & 9/1
- Blueberry Buckle – 8/31-9/3
- Honeycake – 9/6-9/18
- Challah Rounds – 9/6-9/18
- Moroccan Challah Bread – 9/6-9/18
- Beer Bread or Bavarian Pretzels – 9/21 & 9/22
- Green Olive Paesano Bread – 9/28 & 9/29