Best Colorado-made products?
I'm looking for your thoughts on best CO products- honey, preserves, etc. Thank you!
4 replies and nobody has mentioned beer? Some great breweries: Ska, Avery, Odell's, Great Divide, New Belgium, Mountain Sun, etc etc etc.
Good question, Claire- but home is here :)
it's for a Colorado products event- I've got Avalanche and Haystack Cheese, I'm looking at the Plum Daisy Products from Palisade to pair with those, 34 degrees crackers, and of course some great CO beer. But I figure that others might know of some things I hadn't thought of yet to include.
But now I really want some lamb and corn...
Cheesecake in a Jar - Cute little Mason jars w/ super-rich individual sweet or savory cheesecakes. (Grand Junction)
leta's - Also in/near Palisade does preserves & such. Very promotion-minded.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for a bigger company w/ multiple locations; new Piece, Love and Chocolate (Boulder) for a boutique chocolatier.
Bread for Breadworks, Udi's, Denver Bread Company -- or gluten-free from Dimmer's Home Bakery.
If you can handle frozen things, Bliss or Boulder Ice Cream.
Cyd's Cage Free Eggs.
Wines? Contact the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board. There are also now some artisinal, small-batch whiskeys (whiskies? I can never remember which is which).
Savory Spice Shop blends.
Villa Tatra smoked salmon & trout (west of Lyons).
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (HQ in Durango). New Piece Love & Chocolate (Boulder) for individual chocolatier. Also several in Longmont.
Savory Spice Shop
1537 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202
2644 Broadway St, Boulder, CO 80304
Boulder Ice Cream
4747 Pearl St Ste M-1, Boulder, CO 80301
729 Pinewood Dr, Lyons, CO 80540