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Mitica Migos

The Pajarero is grown in Spain, who has been cultivating figs since they were introduced during the Arabic invasion. An integral part of Spanish cuisine, the Pajarero fig is smaller and sweeter than its cousin from Turkey. Its thin, delicate skin allows the flavor of the fig to shine through. At the end of August, the Pajarero starts to fall from the tree, signaling they are ripe...

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Pica Quicos (Spicy Giant Crunchy Corn)

A nice kick of spice is added to these GMO-free giant corn kernels to create the perfect game time snack.

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Pickled Spicy Snap Peas

Crisp, zesty pickled snap peas are eye-catching and palette-pleasing. A sure-fire way to upgrade your Bloody Mary.

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Rendered Duck Fat – Retail

Better than butter! Use rendered duck fat to make your own confit and to sauté potatoes and vegetables.

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Brooklyn Brine Off Centered Beer Pickle

A beer-infused collaboration with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery’s 60 minute IPA, and Cascade Hop Oil.

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Quicos (Small Tubs)

Quicos are giant corn kernels that have been soaked in water and then toasted and salted. The result is a delightfully crunchy snack that pairs perfectly with your favorite beer.

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Crunchy Fava Beans (Small Tubs)

Spanish fava beans fried in vegetable oil.

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Caro Orange Delights -Retail

These delights are from the Caro brothers in Aragón, Spain. Fernando, Manuel and Pepe are third-generation chocolate makers, learning the trade from their father and grandfather. For their confections they buy 100% Forastero cacao grown on the Costa de Marfil, Africa. For this addictive treat, they take candied orange slices and hand dip them in 55% Caro chocolate. Exquisite and...

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