Nut Butter Gift Pack (3-Pack)
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You know who this trio of unique nut butters is for? That friend who you always find in front of the fridge, eating a spoonful of peanut butter straight from the jar. Indulge them (or yourself!) with this gift set that includes a jar each of Chai Spice nut butter, Almond Ginger nut butter, and Almond Cocoa nut butter. The Chai Spice flavor is the epitome of fall, with a traditional Masala Chai blend mixed in slowly with fresh-roasted, freshly milled peanuts and almonds, finished with some local wildflower honey and sea salt. The Almond Ginger is made of fresh-roasted Mission almonds with crystallized ginger from Fiji, a smidgen of organic cane sugar and sea salt. The comforting Almond Cocoa (that’s right, chocolate nut butter) is a blend of fresh milled, fresh-roasted heirloom Mission almonds and stone-ground organic Taza dark chocolate, with added crunch from fresh-roasted cocoa nibs from Escazu Artisan Chocolates, sweetness from raw wildflower honey, and a touch of sea salt.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Durham, North Carolina
Chai Spice Nut Butter: Fresh-roasted runner peanuts, fresh-roasted heirloom mission almonds, raw wildflower honey, cardamom, clove, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, black pepper, and sea salt
Almond Ginger Nut Butter: Fresh-roasted heirloom mission almonds, crystallized fiji ginger, sea salt
Almond Cocoa Nut Butter: Fresh-roasted heirloom mission almonds, stone-ground organic dark chocolate, organic roasted cocoa nibs, raw wildflower honey, sea salt
Set includes 3 10-ounce jars
Care & Notes -
Each nut butter has a shelf-life of over a year provided that the lids are kept closed and the jars are kept away from extreme heat or direct sunlight. Natural separation can occur (salt will begin to sink to the bottom and the oil will rise to the top), but can easily be remedied with stirring.
Meet the Maker
Mark Overbay had his first lesson in handcrafting nut butter while living in rural Zimbabwe as a Peace Corps volunteer -- and try as he might when he returned home, he couldn't replicate the flavor with anything store bought. After an extensive professional life promoting nutrition and a sustainable food system, he took matters into his own hands and used his roasting experience to make peanut and almond butters. Soon, his wife Megan joined him in the kitchen to whip up nutrition bars and baked goods. The result? A fruitful company that believes food should be delicious, nutritious, and good for all those involved in producing it.View Full Profile
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