Dark Chocolate & Cold Brew Coffee Goat's Milk Caramel Sauce (2-Pack)
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Your caramel has a dark side.
Fat Toad Farm's unique goat's milk caramel sauces combine rich, sweet caramel with the subtle tang of goat's milk for a creamy, not-too-sweet dessert sauce unlike anything we've tasted. We love it with ice cream, fruit, and cheeses -- and to be honest, straight from the jar. This silky caramel is actually a traditionally Mexican preparation called cajeta, and Fat Toad Farm makes our favorite version.
The set includes one jar of dark chocolate caramel sauce and one jar of cold brew coffee caramel sauce.
Dark Chocolate Caramel: Fat Toad Farm has partned with Taza Chocolate for a combination of not-too-sweet goat's milk caramel sauce and Taza Chocolate's organic, stone ground chocolate and a kick of ground cayenne. The caramel is dark, rich, and beautifully freckled with chocolate. (Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, Taza Organic Stone Ground Chocolate Liquor, baking soda, and ground cayenne)
Cold Brew Coffee Caramel: Fat Toad Farm takes their classic caramel and stirs in Stumptown Coffee's cold brew coffee, which has steeped for over 12 hours using a double filtration process resulting in "a complex, smooth and sweet, full-bodied brew with bright juiciness, low acidity and a long chocolate finish." (Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, Stumptown Coffee Roasters' cold brew coffee, and baking soda)
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
8 ounce jars
Care & Notes -
365 day shelf-life. Refrigerate after opening.
Meet the Maker
Brookfield , VT
Husband and wife team Steve Reid and Judith Irving have spent the last seven years building a high-quality herd of Alpine milking goats and perfecting the art of caramel making. From 54 goats, they make their goat's milk caramel (also called Cajeta) -- they're one of the very first producers of artisanal Cajeta in the United States. It's a small-batch, family-run operation, and every jar is made with care.View Full Profile
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