California Cabinet: 6 Local Products to Add to Your Summer Stockpile

The owners of The Epicurean Trader in San Francisco share their favorite locally crafted goods.

On the heels of their successful gourmet mercantile, The Epicurean Trader in the Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, Holly and Mat Pond recently debuted a second outpost in the highly trafficked Marina District. Packed from shelf to basket with exciting edibles and boutique beverages, many are made right here in the Golden State by a collection of savvy entrepreneurs. We asked them to pick a handful of their favorite items, all curated from right here in California.

 

 

Bi-Rite Creamery “Summer of Love”
Fennel pollen, hemp seed oil and a blackberry swirl. All natural, taste profile driven by the terroir of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. We are so excited to be the first retailer to sell Bi-Rite’s famous ice cream!

Seven Stills Whipnose
We have been carrying the awesome whiskeys by founders Tim and Clint since opening. They are local, super innovative, and making wonderful whiskeys from craft beer.

Etta & Billie Lavender Hand Lotion
Amazing sustainably made products, with organic and natural ingredients. Beautifully packaged and incorporates herbs and essential oils. All made in San Francisco!

Nola Bar
We love this on-the-go snack. Locally made, handcrafted, Paleo and grain-free.

Amaro Angeleno
One of the only domestic amaro bitters with a sense of place.

Fort Point Villager
A locally made, fresh beer designed to pair well with food. Not an over-hopped IPA like many can be.

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