Here at Mouth HQ we work tirelessly to hunt down the best indie foods from around the country. We spend endless hours tasting all the jerkys, honeys, nuts, ciders, cookies, bacons, chips and countless other products out there (we know, it’s a tough job). So when we decide to bring in a product we can say with confidence that it is, hands-down, one of the best things we’ve ever tried. Because we have tried it all.
Below, five of our latest new obsessions:
We can’t get enough of these handmade, Swedish-inspried organic cookies made by Unna Bakery. Butter + sugar + raspberry jam = berry good.
Forget pumpkin spice. This Vermont cider from Shacksbury, made with nine different varieties of handpicked apples, truly tastes like fall in a can. Not too dry, not too sweet – how ‘bout them apples?
Dough my goodness, we’re jumping with joy – and with Julie, who created this outstanding, gooey, fudgy brownie mix. Dare we say it’s better than the gluten-filled option?
We’re totally nuts for these nuts from Bee’s Knees Food Co. The perfect combo of sweet, salty… and sour? (Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.) Elevate your bar snack game and pair these with your next IPA.
Calling all carnivores: The perfect desk snack is here! This jerky from Uncle Andy’s is as juicy and flavorful as a cheeseburger (but it won’t make your coworkers hate you).