The Sweet Tooth Holiday Gift Set
This artisanal collection of sweet pantry indulgences takes you or a loved one on a journey through our portfolio and around the world.
Orange, Ginger & Coriander Marmalade - Jars of Goodness, Kenya
Tasting of sweet sunshine with sprinkles of fiery ginger, this prized Orange, Ginger and Coriander Marmalade is perfect for spreading on biscuits, breads, muffins and scones. It could also be used as an ice cream topping, or even mixed with soy sauce for a chicken stir-fry. Dark and mysterious in appearance, this beautiful chutney blends the experimentally delicious elements of grilled orange, coriander and candied ginger, for a silky, melt-in-mouth finish.
Paradise in a Jar – Jars of Goodness, Kenya
This award-winning pineapple, coconut and citrus jam is a taste of paradise. Delicious in both sweet and savory applications, the condiment offers plenty of room for creativity. It is delicious on ice cream, slathered on warm banana bread, a cream cheese bagel with macadamia nuts, or mixed with teriyaki sauce to create a tropical-inspired chicken dish. The jam is vibrantly amber, with citrus peel throughout, and a rich nose of grilled orange and roasted coconut. It has a satisfying, toothsome texture with a deep, balanced flavor. The sweetness is perfect—a ripe, concentrated assemblage that comes off fruity and rich.
Irish Black Butter – Ireland
Irish Black Butter is an award-winning preserve made from apples, treacle, cider, brandy, and spices. Based on a recipe dating to medieval times, this spiced apple butter now reflects modern Irish tastes and the finest of regional ingredients, including PGI status Armagh Bramley apples. Rich and complex in aroma, caramelized apples mingle with warming spices for a deeply satisfying flavor that is comforting yet quite unique. Thick, smooth, and spreadable, the butter can be enjoyed in a variety of sweet and savory ways. Spread on toast, bagels, or swirl through oatmeal for breakfast. It’s an excellent accompaniment to cheeses, can be used as a marinade or glaze for meat, or drizzled over apple pie and ice cream. It can even be used in baking, or mixed into a hot cocktail.
Kumquat Marmalade – Perdine, Spain
Perdine’s marmalades are made by hand in the rhythm of nature. Their kumquat marmalade is an especially delicious application of the tiny citrus. It may be small, but it does not lack in punchy flavor. The kumquat’s quintessential bitterness pulls the sweetness of the marmalade into mouthwatering, perfect balance. It is glossy and delicate in texture, with pieces of fruits throughout giving it a rich and bright orange color. Try it alongside some ricotta or mascarpone, for a creamy, fresh balance of sweet and bitter.
Blossom & Thyme Forest Honey – Felea Goods, Greece
Ambrosia, the food of the gods in Greek mythology, has always been thought of as honey. It’s no surprise then that the beehives located in the wildest areas of the Cretan mountains, surrounded by thyme and wild herbs, produce such a fine honey. This pure and unrefined honey is deep amber in color, with a silky texture, strong aromas of thyme and a delicate taste. FeleaGoods' honey is collected with traditional methods and packaged carefully to maintain its authenticity directly from the hive. Delicious drizzled over Greek yoghurt and nuts, alongside cheese and bread, or swirled into herbal tea.
70% Dark Chocolate with Sea Salt
This bar comes with sea salt sprinkled over rich, dark chocolate, giving a gentle saltiness for a burst of flavor. Nahua chocolates are produced with unique single-origin Trinitario cacao beans, carefully developed to reach their full-bodied flavor potential. The fact that Nahua oversees the entire process, from sourcing fresh beans in the field to managing post-harvest activities, ensures traceability and transparency. Their chocolatiers work with the highest-quality ingredients, and with premium dried cacao beans, to create a rich variety of flavors and delightful gourmet chocolate bars.
70% Dark Chocolate – Macaw Kakau, Costa Rica
This bar stands out among 70% chocolate bars, with a perfect balance of intense cacao and light sweetness. Flavors of dried fruit and mocha make for a distinctive, smooth chocolate. Macaw Kakau is truly farm-to-bar chocolate. Here, the cacao farmers are the chocolate makers. Every step is undertaken by Macaw Kakau: selecting which varieties to grow, fertilizing, cultivating, growing under the canopy of native trees, controlling the harvest, and careful fermentation of the beans, all to make the most delicious chocolate. Macaw Kakau continue an ancient tradition by growing heirloom varieties of cacao, which are historically successful in the region. Their blend of beans has a unique character made possible only by their precise location, knowledge, and practices.