Teagraphy Tea from Taos, NM
Ginger Spice and everything nice! Revered and cherished the world over, ginger has been a part of food and medicinal recipes, remedies, and rituals for centuries. It is known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, & antispasmodic properties. High in antioxidants and a proverbial carminative, this blend is soothing to the tummy and aids in digestion. Blended with lemongrass, fennel, peppermint, and a little heat from white peppercorn, this is a fantastic tea to take after a meal. Caffeine free, it contains organic ginger root, organic fennel, organic lemongrass, organic white peppercorn and organic peppermint in a 1 oz. bag. All tea.o.graphy blends are carefully handcrafted with a special focus on organic & fair trade ingredients with love, from Taos, New Mexico.
Fresh Green Chile Company
Ingredients: Fresh Green Chile Purée (Chile, Water), Roasted Red Chile Chunks, Roasted Green Chile Chunks, Garlic, Salt, Lime Juice.
For Randy and Carol McMillan Hatch Chile isn’t merely an ingredient in New Mexico, it’s a way of life. For four generations, fresh Hatch green and red chile have been a part of every meal for the McMillan family, with Randy running the kitchen where friends and family still gather weekly for fresh New Mexico hatch chile dishes! The Fresh Hatch Chile recipe started with Randy’s father, Arnold, who loved enchilada sauce so much that he experimented and perfected his recipes over many years of trial and error with his wife, Cheri. Now the recipe is Randy’s, and the McMillan family has become known for creating their fabulous Hatch chile sauces. Randy and his wife Carol started making thousands of jars of sauce for clients and friends as gifts, and after being asked for, even more, the decision was made to expand. The family recipe is now being made in a commercial kitchen, using only the freshest ingredients, including red and green chile from Hatch, New Mexico – the chile capital of the world!
Taos Honey Company
The Raw Amber honey is poured in small batches at very specific temperatures. This precise technique preserves the enzymes and floral qualities in the honey. The Raw Amber Honey is coarsely strained to retain pollens, vitamins and minerals. When honey is fine filtered through the use of high pressure pumps all this is lost. Depending on the season, the color and flavor may change as the bee's diet changes with available foods. Taos Honey is a family operated farm business, supporting healthy pollinator populations, beekeeping and thoughtful land stewardship in Northern New Mexico and the Upper Rio Grande river corridor.