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.

By | Boston Magazine |

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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.

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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.

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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.

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