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Drinking Chocolate

Spicy Mayan Heat (dark chocolate with chiles), relaxing Creamy Dark (dark & milk chocolate), or the Lion’s Waltz (white chocolate with maple & ginger).

Chocolate Espresso

Your choice of Drinking Chocolate topped with Espresso.

Coffee

Custom blended and roasted for us by Riverwalk Roasters in Nashua, NH, we prepare it in the traditional Italian style.

Tea & Infusions

Loose-leaf teas perfectly-steeped and served in an iron pot, vibrant Ceremony grade Japanese Matcha, or delicate Cacao Tea from small-farm Guatemalan nibs.


 

Mallorca Sandwich

Ham & (local) Cheese or Just Cheese. Your choice, with a touch of very dark chocolate and a splash of maple syrup on a traditional house-made Puerto Rican mallorca roll.

Pastries

We bake an assortment of cookies, pastries, and Zen Brownies. Recipes change constantly.


3rd Weekend Croissants

Traditional, Chocolate, or Chocolate Almond. We only make them one weekend each month. See our calendar for the next bake (usually on the third weekend of the month.)

Chocolate Service for Two

A pitcher of frothed drinking chocolate served with a platter of pastries, fruits.

Chocolates & Tea

A trio of bonbons paired with a rare or unusual Chinese tea served in the Gong Fu style. Serves 1 to 3.

No Bread This Week

Posted on Feb 15th, 2019 - 0 Comments

The Valentine's rush just kept us too busy! Croissants this weekend though, and we'll be baking bread again next…

Bread Friday and Saturday

Posted on Feb 8th, 2019 - 0 Comments

February 8th BREAD is limoncello-soaked cherries & dark chocolate in 25% whole wheat. Ready…

Week of Feb 8th Bread

Posted on Feb 5th, 2019 - 0 Comments

I'll be baking small-farm whole wheat with bourbon-soaked cherries and dark chocolate. Ready at 1PM…

Baking Bread.

Posted on Jan 25th, 2019 - 0 Comments

This week's loaves are light rye with Guatemalan milk chocolate & walnut gianduja. I started the dough on Wednesday. On Thursday I added the gianduja and folded it hourly. This morning I shaped the loaves and they're rising. I'll bake them at noon. You can pick them up after…

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