BITTERMILK is handcrafted in South Carolina by husband and wife team Joe and MariElena Raya. With roots in the restaurant and bar industry they sought to simplify the process of making craft cocktails at home. Sourcing all natural, organic and unique ingredients, each compound uses a bittering agent, a sweetener and an acid. Creative techniques maximize flavor including roasting, burning, smoking, barrel aging, percolating and macerating.
No. 1 Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Fashioned is strong and bittersweet, packed with old fashioned spices. No. 1 is aged in Willet bourbon barrels before bottling, adding bitter cocoa and coffee characteristics. Stir one part No. 1 to four parts Rye or Bourbon in a glass with ice. Garnish with an orange peel and enjoy!
Crafted and bottled in Charleston, SC
8.5 fl oz / 251 ml
Ingredients: Burnt organic cane sugar, demerara sugar water, orange oleo saccharum (organic orange peel, organic cane sugar), spices, organic gentian root, chinona bark and tartaric acid.
BIO WILLY'S BEANS is a Seattle based micro-roasting operation based on community and committed to providing organic, hand crafted, and consistently amazing full bodied coffees. The model is simple and sustainable: beans are bought directly from organic micro-lot farmers. Roasting is supported by solar energy and home brewed biodiesel fuels all delivery vehicles (and keeps the BIOWILLY’S staff warm). Bio Willy aims to produce the best possible product while having the smallest possible impact on the environment.
Columbia Monserrate | Single Origin | Medium roast
The name, “Monserrate”, pays tribute to Colombian heritage. Colombian coffee is often considered as one of the highest quality in the world. They traditionally grow Arabica beans, and its unique geography delivers high quality and delicious beans for a remarkable brew.
Monserrate rises 3,152 meters above sea level, and it is an iconic landmark in Bogota. From the top of this mountain you can contemplate every corner of Colombia’s capital. Also known as the sanctuary of Colombia, and an important spiritual symbol for the people of Bogota.
Producer: Various small producers
Elevation: 1800-2000 meters
Variety: Colombia, Caturra
Cupping notes: Juicy Grapes, Black Currant, Beefy, Cherry Cola Depth
CHURCH STREET CHOCOLATE Wife & husband, Lacey & Charlie, live and operate in North Seattle. They love people and chocolate, and they are working hard to melt these two passions into truly delicious products that you can enjoy over and over. The chocolate bars are handcrafted, delicious to eat and delightful to behold. The bulk of their ingredients are organic, sourced and bought locally, with earth-friendly packaging to boot. Church Street is seeking to be a company that you can support with a clear conscience and enjoy with a warm heart.
Available in the following delicious flavors:
GINGER & FENNEL | The depth of warm flavors inherent in our chocolate pair perfectly with a tang of ginger, the smokiness of toasted fennel, and a crunch of black sea salt. This bar includes a little bit of everything that delights our palates.
NORTHWEST HONEY | This chocolate has a high amount of cacao butter, which makes it both glossy and incredibly creamy. The beans also boast naturally low acidity so the taste is smooth from start to finish. In this bar, we adorn these qualities with sweet strands of local honey and a generous crunch of granulated honey on top.
FORTUNATO NO. 4 | Everyone's palate is unique, but you may taste fruity, floral notes as the chocolate initially melts on your tongue. Though it's a dark, 68% chocolate, you will notice no bitterness or acidity. At the turn of the century, chocolate from this cacao was king of the world market, but was thought until recently to have gone extinct.
2 OZ. BARS
E. SMITH MERCANTILE SPECIALTY PANTRY features a collection of our house made favorites from the Back Bar. Our specialty pantry items are carefully sourced and artfully prepared using only the highest quality, mostly organic ingredients.
A special gourmet treat for the palette, we've combined a high quality organic bergamot oil with our classic raw Northwest honey. Drizzle over fresh ricotta or chocolate ice cream with flake salt... you'll be craving more!
Our Northwest honey comes from apiaries tended with care in primarily urban environments throughout the city of Seattle. Every single ounce is 100% raw with just a couple steps from the hive to these jars. Because it is unpasteurized our raw honey will crystallize faster than what you’ll find on the grocer shelf. Keep your new jar of liquid gold somewhere warm (ambient temp 68-70) and close, you’re not gonna want to share! If it does crystallize before you’ve had a chance to get it all, simply give it a really slow warm bath. Simmer water on the stove, use an inverted burner pan on the bottom of the water bath to keep your jar off direct heat and make sure you let it happen slowly; too much heat and you’ll cook out the good stuff. Before long the honey will go back to liquid and you can strain it with cheesecloth (then use the honey crystals you’ve just mined in a butter next time you slather up a slab of toast.) High heat will kill your honey so obviously please: no microwaves.
4 oz of honey in a glass hex jar.