You asked? We have finally delivered! We now have a great selection of gluten AND dairy free baked goods, as well as a new selection of new desserts from local bakers that are out of this world!
Good Chemistry Foods is making our gluten/dairy free chocolate chip cookies, chocolate covered strawberries, and strawberry rhubarb tarts! She lives (literally) right down the road!
Angels Creations of New England is making our lemon bars, cinnfully cinnamon chocolate chip cookies, shortbread cookies, brownies, and friendship bread. Everything is made from scratch and with love in Sandown, NH. You can even order cookie packages from her website! Makes a great college care package
Sweet and Savory is adding onto their already delicious line of baked goods. Along with the muffins and pastries, Lee is making layer bars, rice krispy treats, lemon and key lime tarts, and a flourless chocolate tort!
If you have any feedback for us – we are always happy to hear it! We work very closely with every one of our bakers, and there’s always a good chance we can change something or try something new if there is a demand for it!
We are excited to announce our participation in a local Exeter business giveaway! Many of our favorite downtown spots are featured – check them out below! Anna Bartell from Anna Bartell Photography put the raffle together, so many thanks to her. All you have to do to enter is like the businesses on Facebook who are giving away prizes, and you are automatically entered to win! There are other ways to get entries, including sharing the raffle itself. Take a look and win something fun
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I am thrilled to announce the newest addition to our fleet of coffee brewed by the cup: A fruit-filled dry processed Ethiopia Saris Abaya, roasted by Claudia at CQ Coffee Roasters, a dedicated coffee professional roasting in Bedford, NH. Here’s the low-down on this tasty cup-
Celestial strawberry notes!! Saris Abaya is a coffee from one processing station in the Guji zone of the Sidama region. Guji is a cultural area, and formerly recognized as a separate political zone occupied primarily by the Guji Oromo ethnic group. Coffees from these southern areas of Sidama have a unique flavor profile and the slightly drier climate lends itself to natural coffees like this. This coffee had extra sorting performed on the raised beds to remove unripes, and our buyer bought based on sample selection before export. We paid a large premium over conventional dry-processed coffees from the Guji area for the extra hand labor to prepare this lot. The cup is very bold and potent, heavily fruited, with healthy doses of chocolate.
Tasting notes: A dry process coffee with AMAZING strawberry jam notes. It is like Neapolitan ice cream in a cup. Very rustic. Very wonderful.
Processing: Dry process
Altitude: 6500 ft
Region: Saris Abaya, Guji
Arrival July 2012