Sourdough Goldrush Greeting Envelope
Sourdough is thought to be the oldest form of leavened bread. Prospectors in the Klondike gold rush in Alaska brought it with them as treasured family heirlooms and passed them from generation to generation. Start your own heirloom or send to friends or family as a unique gift.
Hand and Body Creme
Superior silky creme with extracts of gentle, wild Alaskan herbs. Non-oily, moisturizing, luxurious.
Alaskan Forest Potpourri
Evergreen Fragrance - a medley of small cones, pearly flowers and green cedar with an accent of pink and burgundy.
Cranberry Northern Da'light Mustard
Cranberry Northern Da'Light is a sweet mustard with a full bodied taste. This mustard is made with a combination of High-bush Cranberry, Rose Hip and Fireweed syrups. Our whole cranberries are the Alaskan low-bush variety and are handpicked in the fall. This mustard is wonderful on a turkey or chicken sandwich and makes a nice glaze for halibut or other white fish. Cranberry Northern Da'Light is a seasonal mustard.
Alaska Wild Fire Mustard
Alaska Wildfire is a smoky medium/hot mustard. This mustard contains horseradish and over five different types of peppers (including piquin, dandicut and guillio). While our mustard is "nicely warm" we wanted to keep the richness of the peppers without sacrificing the flavor to the heat. With the amount of wildfires the interior has seen in the last couple of years we almost named this one "Fairbanks Summer". It has quickly become the local favorite and is our tribute to the Smokejumpers who brave the flames. This mustard adds the right amount of spice to any meal and makes a fabulous glaze for a prime rib. Alaska Wildfire is available year round.
Roasted Garlic and Blueberry
This is a rich vibrant mustard made with roasted garlic blended superbly with hand-picked Alaskan blueberries (when available). Our use of wild blueberries gives this mustard a succulent aroma and sensational flavor. This is our only mustard we do not recommend cooking with and is best on sandwiches, mixed with cream cheese or as a dipping sauce for meats. This is a seasonal mustard.