Bangin' Brooklyn Box

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This superb box is a happy mix of what's happening on the Brooklyn maker scene. Beautiful products from our friends and neighbors. And a lovely gift for yours. The Bangin' Brooklyn Box includes:

  • Brooklyn Brine Maple Bourbon Pickles
  • Brooklyn Delhi Rhubarb Ginger Achaar
  • STAGG Banana Jam
  • STAGG Rosemary Grapefruit Jam
  • RubyLu Caramels
  • Matzo Project Salted Matzo Crackers
  • ZestyZ Z'atar
  • Brooklyn Tea Towel

Brooklyn Brine Mape Bourbon Pickles

Brooklyn Brine Spicy Maple Bourbon Pickles are great for snacks, sides or sandwiches. Made using Kirby cucumbers, maple syrup, bourbon, apple cider vinegar, and spices, these organic treats are produced in small batches, hand-packed in Brooklyn. They pack a punch weighing in at a full 16oz. 

Brooklyn Delhi Rhubarb Ginger Achaar 

Brooklyn Delhi does a Brooklyn small batch take on this traditional Indian condiment. Spicy but balanced flavors make this a superior condiment. Award-winning and critically acclaimed. Achaar, AKA Indian pickle, is a flavorful condiment made from local vegetables, fruits, spices, and oil. Think of it as India's equivalent to sriracha or harissa.  Adds a spicy, savory, sweet and sour kick to any meal. A 6oz. jar.

STAGG Banana Jam

Proudly made, right here in Brooklyn. STAGG believes in real food and doesn't believe in preservatives. All STAGG jams are made in small batches and are hand-poured.

Banana Jam is jam-packed with ripe bananas and real vanilla bean. Vanilla bean brings a mellowness to round out the boldness of sweet bananas to create this simple but super addictive jam. This makes a mind-blowing PB&J or more correctly a PB&BJ! A 4oz. jar. 

STAGG Rosemary Grapefruit Jam

Fresh, earthy rosemary and bright, sweet-tart grapefruit fuse together to make one of the most complex and versatile marmalades that STAGG serves up. Homegrown rosemary snagged from one of a local farmers personal garden is infused into this unique marmalade. The result is a complex aromatic, full-bodied marmalade that is “juicy” and bright thanks to the grapefruit with grounding undertone from the fresh herbal rosemary.

Great for mixing with a touch of your best olive oil to make a flavorful salad dressing, stunning in a cheese spread, glazing or serving with roasted lamb and will impress anyone spooned on a buttermilk biscuit.

And remember when you use fresh fruit, seeds might happen. A 4oz. jar.

RubyLu Caramels - Greetings from New York Collection

The recipe for RubyLu Caramels is straight outta old-time Brooklyn and updated with the flavors we all love. The Greetings from New York collection contains flavors that pay homage to each of the five boroughs:

  • Manhattan: The Big Apple's Spiced Apple
  • Bronx: Arthur Avenue's Italian Anise
  • Queens: Astoria's Honey Walnut "Baklava"
  • Brooklyn: Williamsburg's Coldpressed Coffee
  • Staten Island: Snug Harbor's Sea Salt & Vanilla

Matzo Project Salted Matzo Crackers

What started out as a good idea accidentally became a great cracker.  Our friends at Matzo Project wanted to make something that people wouldn't compare to cardboard.  What they gave us was a surprisingly delicious matzo!!  Salted Matzo and Zesty Z are a great match.

ZestyZ Za'atar

Our employee Megan can't stop talking about Zesty Z.  She puts in on everything. Zesty Z, proudly made in Brooklyn, is a Mediterranean condiment made from 6 all natural ingredients: a thyme herb mix from the Middle East (Za'atar), extra virgin olive oil, and sesame seeds. It's healthy, versatile, and never needs refrigeration even after opening!

If you are unfamiliar with Za'atar, you may have enjoyed it on flat bread. But you can get Zesty at breakfast, lunch, dinner or noshing. 

Brooklyn Landscape Tea Towel

A multi-colored screen printed tea towel designed by and painted by hand by artist Kate Wilkes. 

This gift box is a big hit with New Yorkers, Expats, and visitors to the borough of Brooklyn.  

(the wooden display tray not included) 






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