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Our 2nd release, the Absinthe Orange Deliciousness is a new take on the traditional Orange Marmalade. We took the best of the tradition and mixed it up with some adult minded Absinthe to get a perfect blend of orange and anise that is both sweet, and complex. While we didn't pick the oranges ourselves we did all the other chopping, cooking and jarring, bringing you a handcrafted, small batch, artisanal Mason jar of love. We are proud to work with fresh organic Californian grown oranges and lemons, fresh anise and vanilla, a non GMO pectin (because we believe our foods shouldn't be genetically modified) and then mix in some Absinthe Verte from our local heroes, Leopold Bros
, a Denver based, family owned and operated distillery. While we don't like to brag much, we have already had our lives threatened if we didn't deliver more, it's that good. We think you will like this.
Still scared of Absinthe? Read this for some dispelling of myths.
Some Pairing Suggestions...
Breakfast: Sourdough toast, Buckwheat pancakes, Belgian waffles, Greek yogurt
Appetizers: Goat Chevre and some spicy rosemary almonds, Morbier or Montasio
Entrees: Grilled ribs, Glazed pork or chicken, Scallops
Sides: Mix with olive oil & white wine vinegar for a salad dressing or seasoning for grilled veggies
Desserts: Vanilla Ice cream, Flour-less Chocolate Cake, Fruit tart (glaze)
•juice up your ice cream •pour it on your pancakes •lather up your toast •rub it on your meat •culture up your yogurt •put it in your mixed drink •eat it straight out of the jar
Ingredients: Californian grown organic orange and lemons, Colorado award winning small batch distiller Leopold Brothers' Absinthe Verte, fresh Madagascar Vanilla bean, whole Anise Seed, pure cane sugar, non GMO pectin and fresh Colorado water.
Size: 9 oz - 12 servings of 1 Tb each or 1 serving of an ice cream bender.
The story of Deliciousness:
It all started with a backyard overflowing peach tree that begged for peach jamming. 10 years later, on a weekend road-trip to Paonia, Colorado, a hidden oasis of orchards, vineyards and grazing horses we accidentally found Colorado's best kept secret, the source of the most delicious peaches in the state. One year later, we came back with a borrowed truck, a dog, and a day to pick as many peaches as we could. We filled that truck bed with hundreds of pounds of peaches, ripe for the picking, cooked up 500 jars with that 10 year perfected recipe, and the best ingredients made, and were sold out within weeks. Looks like we aren't the only ones that like Deliciousness.. Read about the making of here.