The Goods: Local Bites We’re Digging This Month
This month, we're into Mem Tea Genmai Cha, Coop's Hot Fudge, and Spindrift Sparkling Half and Half.
Mem Tea Genmai Cha
Roasted and popped brown-rice grains give this Japanese-style green tea a toasty, nutty flavor, making it an ideal cold-weather brew.
$49.20 per pound, memteaimports.com; Also available by the cup at Pavement Coffeehouse.
Coop’s Hot Fudge
While this was clearly designed to top ice cream (and it does so beautifully), we’ve been devouring cold spoonfuls of the ganache-like fudge straight from the container.
$9.49 per container, available at Savenor’s Cambridge.
Spindrift Sparkling Half and Half
Arnold Palmer fans will appreciate this bubbly, not-too-sweet lemonade/iced-tea blend from the Charlestown-based Spindrift.
$2.95 each, available at Cardullo’s.
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/article/2013/02/26/goods-local-foods-boston/