Page 15 - The Hunt Magazine - Winter 2019
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                   Wake up and smell the coffee
Emanuele Bizzarri is the third-generation Italian coffee roaster who founded Caffè Umbria ... in Seattle. The beans come from Brazil, Columbia and Guatemala, and you can have them delivered to your home. Caffè Umbria’s signature Gusto Crema offers creamy body and sweet finish, with notes of milk chocolate and dried figs. $12 for a 12-ounce bag.
   From the Emerald Isle
Though Connacht is celebrated for its whiskey, the inaugural Conncullin Irish Gin is quite a sophisticated sip for this collaboration between Irish and Philadelphia distillers. Its blend of citrus and elderberry balances the juniper that’s a hallmark of British gins. The result is a rounder, softer gin that is more floral, less herbal. It’s named for the dual source of its water, Lough Conn and Lough Cullin. $30.
Pretzel logic
Posh Pretzels elevates this humble
snack, offering hand-crafted, chocolate covered versions from Belgium and France, beautifully embellished with assorted toppings. Sweet treats like Spoonful of Cookie Dough and Poshmallows are staples among a devoted clientele. Each miniature is elegantly packaged for a chic impression. $22 and up.
    Say cheese
We know you have a full plate for the holiday season. So we’ve made it easier. Indulge in one of our complete holiday meals with all the trimmings. Or, if you’re planning a holiday party, relax and let Janssen’s catering do all the work!
3801 KENNETT PIKE, GREENVILLE, DE 302.654.9941
The Farm at Doe Run in Chester County sells breathtaking cheeses that have taken the gold medal four years running at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Doe Run’s heavenly Hummingbird cheese is made from pasteurized Jersey cow’s milk, blended with sheep’s milk in spring and summer. Available at select locations around the region, including Talula’s Table and Janssen’s Market. About $14 a pound and up.
Luxe lobster
What’s more lavish than lobster?
How about having it delivered to your door? Legal Sea Foods, the iconic Boston restaurant, started its mail-order business years ago, when Broadway star Carol Channing arranged to have swordfish mailed to her on the road. Options include a pair of 1.25-pound lobsters, live or steamed, delivered with a quart of New England clam chowder, the soup that’s been served at every presidential inauguration since 1981. $125.
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