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Worth its weight in gold.

Sweet, tangy, and zesty; Camouflage is accompanied by a “hidden heat” that comes through moments after the initial sweetness.

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Huron River Roast is an exclusive blend of Sumatran Lintong Volkopi, Ethiopian YirgaCheffe Konga, and Tanzanian Peaberry. This pairing offers the fruit forwardness of the Konga with the vegetal roundness of the Sumatra, balanced out with the subtle zest of the peaberry. 

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Salted Birch Nº 8 are soaked and rolled in sea salt making a toothpick that brings to mind time spent on the ocean. As a general rule Daneson likes to under promise and over deliver – with this in mind each bottle has a minimum of 12 toothpicks but you should find it flush with more. All natural ingredients.

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Flavored with natural spearmint oil. Made in the USA.

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Finishing salt hand-harvested in Oregon. Includes cherry wood cellar.

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Onuma Honey comes in a variety of flavors: Rapeseed, Cherry, Apple, Blueberry, Watermelon, Chestnut, Sunflower, and Buckwheat.

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Maple syrup seems like one of those things you can’t make any better—sweet, completely natural and unrefined, its delicious caramel flavor makes everything from pancakes to salad dressings taste fantastic. Well, we’ve found an improvement on the original. Two actually – Bourbon Barrel and Tahitian Vanilla Bean & Egyptian Chamomile Blossom Matured Maple Syrup. Both are made in small batches from premium maple syrup and all-natural flavors, and are bottled to look like they were plucked from the shelf of a nineteenth century general store.

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Ballard Bee honey is unfiltered and raw so you can taste and appreciate all of the hard work these girls have done throughout the season.

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Basically as important as Milk. Buy here. ($8)