Acidity: 0.18 | Crop: Summer 2016 | Polyphenol: Pending
Slightly peppery and elegantly herbacious qualities, with a hint of almonds in the aftertaste. Mild to medium intensity. The distinctive yet delicate herbal flavor stands up to rustic grains, minestrone soups, fresh vegetables, salads, marinades, sauces and grilled fish.
This is my original bread dip and it is full of flavor. You will love it!
For Bread Dip:
Mix 1 tablespoon Charmane's Bread dip with ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil. Add 1 tablespoon of freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Serve with slices of slices of warm crusty bread.
For Pasta Dressing:
Mix 1 tablespoon Charmane's Bread dip with ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil. Add to 1 lb cooked, drained and cooled pasta. Stir in your favorite fresh vegetables. Top with ½ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese. Serve as a side dish or add cubes of cooked chicken for a main entrée. Serve warm or cold.
For best flavor let dip set for 30 minutes at room temperature.
Unrefined sea salt, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes & spices
The Chocolate Martini is a classic American cocktail and is the perfect desert drink. This tea also makes a lovely iced tea.
Uses: How to brew cocktail mixer: For each serving heat 3oz cold water until it begins to boil; for best flavor use filtered or bottled water. Place 1 teaspoon of tea in filter or infuser. Pour the hot water over tea and steep 5-6 minutes. Add preferred sweetener to taste and allow to cool.
Rooibos, organic cacao shell, white chocolate pieces (contains milk products), natural flavoring and vanilla
To make a Chocolate Martini: In an ice filled shaker, add 3oz of cocktail mixer, 1oz of vodka and 1oz of Godiva liqueur. Shake well and strain into a martini glass. For creamier drink add half and half to taste. Other suggested Vodka flavors: Iced Cake, Whipping Cream, Raspberry and Caramel. To Make French Toast Martini: Follow Chocolate Martini recipe but replace the Vodka and Godiva liqueur with 2oz of Rum Chata.