Figs and Black Tea
Uniquely interesting with magnificent chunks of fresh fig and back notes of slow-brewed black tea. Just a touch of sugar and lemon juice provides balance and the right amount of sweetness, keeping its applications versatile.
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Quince & Apple steeps dried Mission figs in a blend of black Indonesian tea with just a touch of sugar. The result is the perfect blend of natural "figgy-ness" and gently spicy notes of tea. We're sure you'll love it as much as we do.
Dried black Mission figs steep in a blend of black Indonesian tea and just the right amount of sugar, making for a heavenly spread that sings with both salty and sweet flavors. We especially love it stirred into our morning yogurt or alongside a big hunk of cheddar cheese.
Full-bodied black tea and sweet, delicate figs combine in sultry counterpoint, creating a thoroughly seductive preserve.
Spread on a sliced baguette or good cracker with goat cheese and prosciutto.
Spoon over vanilla ice cream for an out-of-the-ordinary dessert.