New Mexico. New Product. New Crop Pistachios
In our recent travels through the Southwest, we have discovered New Mexico grown pistachios. Much like pecans, commercially available pistachios are stored for very long periods of time and become very dried out, losing much of their flavor. We were stunned by how delicious these are, as well as their vibrant green avocado-esque color! We’ll be offering our pistachios in a 1 pound bag (roasted, salted, and addicting!)
Pink is Peak
While we call them nuts, pistachios are actually the seeds of a fruit that grow in bundles like grapes. Before pistachios are harvested and processed, they become a vibrant, hot pink. Such pink can still be seen in the ‘meat’, especially in new-crop pistachios. Our pistachios don’t sit in a warehouse for long periods of time. They are harvested and sent directly to us to get in your hands.
In Season Fruit
Florida Satsuma Mandarins
A sweet and tangy variety, yet relatively low in acid for a citrus. This makes them a perfect healthy fruit snack for kids and adults.
Red Ruby Grapefruit
The finest grapefruit in the world come from the Indian River area of Florida.
We work predominantly with the Elliot variety of pecans, a variety known for its beautiful golden brown color and unique creaminess, sweetness, and exceptional flavor.
New Mexico Pistachios
We were stunned by how delicious these are, as well as their vibrant green avocado-esque color!
Out of season
In our “Winter Mix” of pears you’ll find delicious varieties that are seldom grown in large scale: Taylor’s Gold, Warren, and Comice. And even with varieties you might recognize, you’ll taste the amazing difference when our pears are allowed to mature on the tree and are harvested at their peak.