Lay out the ultimate spread.
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These small-batch delicacies are sure to impress when you're hosting friends… if you can manage to avoid eating it all yourself. Serve them all on the rugged-meets-refined slate board and your holiday party will be off to a very successful start.
Natural Slate Serving Board, 10"x14", Brooklyn Slate
These hand-cut, rough-edged slate slabs are sourced from a family-run quarry in upstate New York. Each one has its own slight surface imperfections, adding to the tough vibe and making every board unique. Top it with your favorite cheese and charcuterie for a distinctive, rustic display. You can even clue your guests into what's what with the included soapstone chalk.
Signature Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 5 oz, Old Town Oil
This is the good stuff. Classic olive flavors form a mild yet complex base with refined flavor reminiscent of almonds, tomatoes, and fresh herbs. Simply put, it's miles above your normal supermarket fare. Pick up a fresh baguette, tear off a piece, and get to dipping.
Barrel-Aged 18-yr Style Balsamic Vinegar, 5 oz, Old Town Oil
This barrel-aged reserve has got the texture of honey, the complexity of a top shelf single malt, and an unreal sweetness and tang. Toss some on salads, meat, or even fruit.
Next up - choose whether you want to dress up your box with salami or spicy green beans
Sopressata Salami, 5.5 oz Creminelli
All of Creminelli's award-winning artisan charcuterie is delicious, but this sopressata — hand-tied and slowly cured in a natural casing — is our very favorite. Garlic and red wine notes give it a robust flavor that's dangerously good.
Spicy Pickled Green Beans, 16 oz, Pernicious Pickling Co.
An addictive addition for the vegetarian crowd. They're pickled with garlic, habanero, thai chile, and spices to give 'em a tongue-punching flavor. Eat them plain, mix them into a salad, or garnish a bloody mary, and then use the brine in a vinaigrette once you're done.
Bourbon Brittle, Buffalo Trace
A smoky and sweet take on peanut brittle made with booze from Buffalo Trace, the oldest continuously operating bourbon distillery in the states. That's because they kept on distilling though prohibition in order to make whiskey for "medicinal purposes".
Garlic Dill Mustard, Mustard and Co.
A minimally processed mustard that's made the old school way. The time honored technique keeps the mustard seed intact to preserve the sharp flavor, then uses quality local ingredients like organic olive oil, fresh dill, and lots of garlic. It makes for a rounded flavor that'll punch up any spread.
#22 Bourbon Toothpicks, Daneson
You weren't going to eat everything with your fingers, were you? These sleek toothpicks are made from A-grade American white birch and then soaked in six year Kentucky bourbon, so that your cheese and charcuterie gets a boozy nuance.
All you've got to supply is the appetite.