The Perfect Tonic Water
Have you ever bought a premium gin or vodka? You look for a good mixer of tonic water and it turns your drink into an industrial tasting medicine bomb? No more!
The perfect tonic water is made by Q Tonic and it's got a clean, crisp and balanced taste to complement your cocktail of choice.
Let us start with how Q Tonic Water was invented in 1825: It began with hand-picked bark of the Cinchona Tree, an evergreen tree native to Central and South America known to produce Quinine. Next, they added organic agave (no industrial corn syrup here), tripled purified water, lemon juice extract, and finished with champagne carbonization for a completely natural beverage with 60% fewer calories than your average tonic water. This allows your drink to shine with all the aromatics you deserve.
Whenever we have a tasting for locally made smoked Ahi Spread at R. Field Wine Co., the usual "OMG" can be heard after that first bite! The combination of this lightly smoked spread and a thin, crisp "Waterwheel" or “Lavosh” cracker is a delicious pairing! It is impossible to just have a taste....and this great tasting spread demands instantly for more. While the best pairing is on cracker, ... more »
Chocolate on a Mission opened in October of 2011. It is a chocolate factory on the Mission’s third floor. The purpose of Chocolate on a Mission was to help provide financial support to The River of Live Mission organization. All proceeds from Chocolate on a Mission go towards helping individuals get a fresh new start.
Funny shapes and unique colors make heirloom tomatoes stand out next to your typical red tomato. But don't let their natural Halloween costumes intimidate you, these gourmet tomatoes have an exceptional flavor profile and can be used in a variety of different dishes.
Kumu Farms actually began right here on Oahu’s North Shore in 1980, on just 2 acres of land. Since then, they've migrated to the island of Molokai, and now farm over 120 acres on the Mahana-Ho’olehua Plain. Each week, they harvest 20,000 pounds of papaya, 4,000 pounds of Sweet Basil, and 500 pounds of other fresh herbs, including many specialty crops. And today, over half of their acreage is co-certified Organic.
New food trends and so called "Super Foods" seem to be popping up every month. With all the hype surrounding certain food trends, it can be hard for the average consumer to get a handle on what some of these terms mean and how these foods directly affect our health and bodies. Recently two such foods have been receiving a great deal of notoriety in the press and can now easily be found on health food store shelves, five star restaurant menus, your neighbor's garden, vegan cookbooks and ... more »
The term “Artisan” has been sort of loosely thrown about lately, but what does it really mean? Well, the definition of "artisan" is a person or company that makes a high-quality, distinctive product in small quantities, usually by hand and using traditional methods...
So when I think of truly "Artisan" foods, Cristiano Creminelli and his line of handcrafted cured meats made from old time family recipes comes to mind.
Don’t miss this rare chance to meet an authentic British cheese maker! Janette Scarth, from Wensleydale-Belton Farm in the U.K., will be talking about the history of the venerable creamery and will be handing out samples of their wide selection in our stores this week. Wensleydale cheese has been made in the town of Wensleydale, Yorkshire since 1150 A.D. Today, the Wensleydale Creamery is the only company to craft Wensleydale ... more »
Oscar Parties are a fun way to celebrate Oscar night, and how else to celebrate Hollywood's most glamorous star-studded evening than with our most gourmet foods from R. Field Wine Company? Here are our nominees for Best Appetizers and Best Supporting Pairings!
Caviar: To really get into that Red Carpet mood, try our fine selection of caviars such as Osetra (1oz jar) or American Bowfin (7oz tin). Paired with a delicious bottle of Krug Champagne, you'll be the star host of the ... more »