by Numi Organic Tea
Numi Organic Tea’s new collection of chocolate teas celebrates
the blending of two revered traditions – tea and cacao. They are
inspired blends with subtle flavors that are perfect for the cooler
autumn days and nights. There are four blends currently: Chocolate
Earl Grey blends the distinctive Aged Earl Grey with cacao and real
vanilla beans, offering sweet bergamot notes, creamy vanilla and
chocolate; Chocolate Mint combines Moroccan Mint, cacao and
orange peel for a spearminty flavor with a hint of citrus; Chocolate
Rooibos includes the unique South African Rooibos with real vanilla
beans, sweet honeybush and rich cacao; and Chocolate Spice is a
luscious combination of rich cacao beans and colorful chai spices
like ginger, allspice, cardamom and cinnamon. They are even more
delicious than they sound.
Grandpa Lundquist Christmas Soda
Imported by Chicago Importing Co.
Grandpa Lundquist Christmas Soda is a
version of Sweden’s popular Julmust, a
holiday soft drink created back in 1910.
Made with 100 percent pure cane sugar,
natural hops and malt from barley, it is
unique, sweet and flavorful. Served cold,
it’s perfect for holiday parties. Chicago
Importing Co. imports the authentic syrup
from Sweden and bottles the product in
the United States to keep the cost down.
It comes in a festive holiday four-pack.
Grandpa Lundquist Glögg
Imported by Chicago
Grandpa Lundquist Glögg is a
traditional Scandinavian winter
beverage spiced with cinnamon,
cloves, cardamom and citrus,
and is intended to be served
warm. Although it’s nonalcoholic,
one could easily add spirits for
very tasty results, or add to
ginger ale for a delicious holiday
punch. Imported from Sweden,
Glögg is often served in small
glögg cups garnished with
raisins and almonds. Grandpa
Lundquist Glögg sports a
holiday-looking red label and a
distinctive, sophisticated bottle.
European Drinking Chocolate with Fleur de Sel
Imported by KL Keller Foodways
KL Keller Foodways’ new
European Drinking Chocolates
are made with top-quality
cocoa powder and 71 percent
dark chocolate bits. There are
two varieties available, one
with Fleur de Sel, the other
with Spicy Espelette Pepper.
To the former is added fleur
de sel caramel pieces for a
truly decadent cup of cocoa,
while the other uses Piment
d’Espelette, the distinctive
Basque spice that lends a subtle
little kick but doesn’t overpower
the rich chocolaty flavor.