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Please place holiday orders by December 4th to ensure they arrive by December 23rd.
Our Fall / Winter 2017 Seasonal Trio Pack includes one 10oz jar, each, of three of our favorite fresh-roasted nut butters perfect for slathering on thick toast or adding to your favorite oatmeal for a hearty breakfast: Almond Coconut, Chai Spice, and Peanut Cashew. It’s also available as part of our new Gift Pack series!
Created for Mark and Megan's wedding in 2013, our Chai Spice nut butter combines American agriculture in the form of peanuts, almonds, and wildflower honey with traditional tea spices of the Indian subcontinent, where “chai” is simply a word for “tea” in Hindi. Like gumbo in Louisiana or peach pie in Georgia, there are as many spiced tea recipes in India as there are families, who pass them down from generation to generation. Our Chai Spice mixture is a traditional Masala Chai blend of cardamom, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, and black pepper, which we slowly mix with fresh-roasted, freshly milled peanuts and almonds before adding local wildflower honey and sea salt to create a bright, complex burst of flavor in every spoonful. Megan, who drinks hot chai every morning in the cold months, always had a hard time choosing a favorite Big Spoon nut butter… until now.
Our Almond Coconut Butter is handmade from fresh-roasted heirloom Mission variety almonds, crispy toasted coconut flakes, raw organic coconut crystals, and hand-harvested sea salt to create a decadent, naturally sweet, irresistible nut butter reminiscent of homemade coconut macaroons.
Our cashews are lightly toasted to a golden brown, preserving their delicately sweet flavor, which balances perfectly with our fresh-roasted peanuts, honey, and sea salt. Technically the seed of the tropical cashew apple, cashews are native to Brazil and have been traded internationally since the 16th Century. Nutritionally, cashews offer heart-healthy monounsaturated fats; copper, which helps our cells produce energy; and magnesium, a mineral that is crucial for nerve health, muscle cell function, and bone health.
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