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The Smokin’ Goat

Grupo Ganaderos de Fuerteventura is a family run dairy whose mission is to protect cheesemaking traditions in the Canary Islands. Smokin’ Goat is made with local Majorero goat milk, which is naturally high in fat and protein, making for a smooth paste. The cheese is lightly smoked over beechwood, adding toasted notes to an otherwise sweet and tangy goat cheese. The rind pattern...

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Cabra al Gofio

Gofio is a type of roasted corn flour specific to the Canary Islands. It’s used for everything from stews, sauces, ice cream, and now cheese! The rind of this semi soft cheese is covered with gofio, creating a roasted yeasty flavor balanced out by the bright sweetness of goat cheese.

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Valencia Almonds with Herbs – Almondeli

On the same Almondeli farm from where their Marconas are sourced, comes the Valencia almond. This farm does not use chemical insecticides and includes natural fertilizer for blossom growth. Valencias are a bit larger than Marconas with a firmer texture. Almondeli Valencia almonds are fried in sunflower oil and sprinkled with sea salt. The sweetness of Valencia almonds is...

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Fried Fava Beans

Crunchy, irresistible and addictive, Spanish fava beans are fried in vegetable oil. They are perfect for snack time or midnight munchies.

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Piedras de Luna

These “moon rocks” are toasted, salted cashews that have been dipped in chocolate and dusted with cocoa powder. Piedras de Luna are deliciously salty and sweet, and are best enjoyed by the handful. Chop and top sundaes or just enjoy with a glass of cava.

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Mont Cabrer

MontCabrer, from cheesemaker Can Pujol, is a goats’ milk cheese from the Catalan region of Spain. You may have remembered an ash-covered version of this cheese from a number of years ago. The new version has a beautifully natural grey rind, but no ash. Cheesemaker Josep Cuixart uses butterfat-rich Murciana goats’ milk for this cheese, producing a flavor that is sweet, earthy...

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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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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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