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Celina inherited her recipe from her grandmother. In addition to traditional biscochitos, she has perfected numerous flavorful twists on the original recipe, including green chile pecan, red chile, lemon, cocoa chocolate chip, blue corn pinon, lemon lavender, mimosa, maple bacon, jam filled, chocolate almond filled, and cranberry walnut.
Taos Honey is a family operated agribusiness, supporting healthy pollinator populations, beekeeping, and thoughtful land stewardship in northern New Mexico and the upper Rio Grande river corridor.
The folks at the Chocolate Cartel are obsessed with one thing: making the best tasting chocolate around. No fluff, no flair, just amazing recipes coupled with some of the finest cacao on the planet. They proudly put people to work, not machines, executing every step by hand to create chocolate that is addictive. It is ALMOST criminal.
New Mexico Tea Company
Located on Mountain and 12th Street in Albuquerque, the New Mexico Tea Company provides a remarkable selection of high quality teas and accessories.
Kelly Jo Designs
Each piece of Kelly Jo Designs ceramicware reflects the artist’s inspiration – the stunning landscapes, Spanish and Native American cultures, Catholic heritage, vibrant skies and adobe walls of her New Mexico home. A closer look reveals the influence of the Masters: Matisse, Monet and Duffy.