the Morroccan features a spice blend called “Ras el Hanout.” This blend is considered “Top Shelf” throughout Morrocco and much of North Africa. The blend consists of such spices as Coriander, Star Anise, Cardamom & White Pepper…so there is a little heat, but not too much.the Mumbai includes the Miami Valley Spice Traders take on “Masala” or Indian Spices, often used in Chai (Tea). You will note Cinnamon, Cloves, Anise & Cardamom.
the Mesocacao is pretty straightforward…this is cocoa powder directly from Matagalpa Nicaragua, mixed in with the honey latte. It was processed in Central America and imported directly by an exciting new local small businsess.
the Beesting has been on our menu before. This is SPICY! Ginger and Cayenne provide the heat, to balance the sweet of the honey. Want it extra hot? Ask your barista to toss in some extra cayenne.
the Miel Básica is a “Basic Honey” Latte…but with locally sourced honey from Twin Creek Apiaries.
They will also have Twin Creek Apiaries Honey available for purchase in jars.
You can also add the local honey to other beverages, that is available upon request with charge.
Their supply is limited and these lattes will only be available as supplies last.
Larga vida a las abejas de miel! (Long live honey bees)