Don’t be intimidated by different tea preparation styles! Our growing selection of Japanese green teas provides exciting insight into Japan’s rich tea heritage.
Just last week we were lucky enough to host Marina Fogarty, of the Alto Piemontese Vallana Winery, for a wine tasting and primer on her family’s illustrious winemaking history.
Many people come to us for our direct imports, but our selection of local products is just as strong.
So many posts on our blog about olive oil – where’s the love for the olive itself? They’re not just a green-and-red ball resting on the side of your mind’s image of a martini. Olives – that is, the 10 percent of the world’s production that we eat as whole fruits – are absolutely delicious, Continue Reading »
Only a few times a year do we get these exceptional, thin and richly flavored truffles from Brigitte Roussel in France’s Brittany region.
With the approach of the holiday dedicated to love and lovers, this wine from the northernmost Beaujolais Cru, Saint-Amour, gets all the attention it deserves!
Part 2 of our series on pepper! Spice Buyer Kim talks about five popular peppercorns that don’t come from the piper nigrum plant.
Decanting doesn’t have to be an archaic, laborious process to get the best flavor out of your wine.
With over ten varieties of peppercorns at our Cambridge shop alone, something as simple as pepper can be pretty overwhelming. Here’s a closer look at that most essential of spices: the peppercorn.
Our new, crisp Sicilian savoiardi (lady fingers) are perfect for making tiramisu!
The best way to appreciate the rich, nuanced character of Domaine la Bouïssière Gigondas is by comparing these three fantastic vintages!
Our Wine Team offers their top picks for the wines they’re most excited to give this holiday season.