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John Herbstritt

Back in Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world with more than 275,000 acres. So why, you ask, are we featuring a grape that doesn’t need any help selling records? We feel that Sauvignon Blanc has suffered from its fame; like a starlet swamped with paparazzi and mired in tabloid scandal, her excesses have been recorded and disseminated, but underneath lies dazzling talent. We are here to resuscitate her career. Sauvignon Blanc has been planted all over the world, and not always in suitable terroirs, but a select few New World regions have emerged to sing with their Old World predecessors.

In the Touraine, where Sauvignon Blanc arguably reaches her highest notes in France, Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé are the two prominent spots. They look at each other from either side of the Loire river, and while the wines can be quite similar, they have distinct terroir. When young, the wines are quaffable, mineral-driven and bright, with aromas of citrus and crunchy nectarine, perfect companions for a semi-aged goat’s milk cheese. But with a little bit of age, the differences really emerge. The Sylvain Bailly Sancerre below is a great example of a younger Sancerre, but the aged wines from Gitton that we were able to get our hands on are extremely rare and special. We only have six bottles of each Gitton at our Divisadero Market – email us at wine@biritemarket.com if you’re interested!

Outside of the Touraine, Sauvignon Blanc can respond with quite different flavors, from gooseberry and pepper in Marlborough to ripe stone fruit and honey in Friuli, and even pineapple in Napa. The best versions balance fruit with an unmistakable minerality. New Zealand, in particular, has found an audience here in the US. Charming floral and grassy aromatics combine with fresh acidity to make New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc a tasty aperitif. But many people don’t know that the New Zealand winegrowing industry has also undertaken an unprecedented move towards 100% sustainability through the Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand program. You know that when you drink wine from New Zealand that it has been made using sustainable practices.

Love her or hate her, you have to admit that you can’t get her siren song out of your head. She’s been wandering of late, to be sure, but she’s getting her act together. We’re featuring six of our favorite little ditties over the next month at both stores. Tickets are on sale now, so don’t miss em!

FarellaSBbottleshotFarella Sauvignon Blanc | $16.99
Tom Farella is a tireless champion of Coombsville, a wine growing region in eastern Napa. Since Coombsville tends to be cooler than the rest of the region Sauvignon Blanc can avoid the pitfalls of over ripeness and maintain its fresh face. Tropical, grassy aromatics.

Nautilus Sauvignon Blanc | $18.99Nautilus
Many people believe Sauvignon Blanc didn’t gain popularity until the wines from New Zealand came onto the scene. It’s unlike any Sauvignon Blanc in the world, with its intense fruitiness and lush texture. Nautilus is a perfect example of Marlborough, and is delicious for sipping on the porch or as an aperitif.

BaillySylvain Bailly Sancerre |$22.99
Classic and classy, Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley is archetypal. With its quiet intensity and striking mineral notes, Sancerre is an ideal terroir to balance the grape’s natural fruitiness and aromatics.  The Bailly family has been making Sancerre since 1700 and is one of the most traditional producers in the area.

Scarpetta Sauvignon Blanc | $24.99 Sauvignon-Blanc-1
Friuli’s Sauvignon Blanc is the perfect midpoint between old world Sancerre and new world New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Less green and aromatic than New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, and boasts riper fruit notes found in Sancerre. Scarpetta is a project between two Friuli-obsessed wine veterans, Bobby Stucky and Lachlan Patterson of Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder, CO.

Gitton Père et Fils Pouilly-Fumé Clos Joanne d’Orion 1985 | $54.99 |Only 6 bottles at Divis!
A 30 year old Sauvignon Blanc is something we don’t get to experience often. After visiting the winery in Sancerre and tasting through several older vintages, we were blown away by the complexity of this wine. Nutty, savory, with bright acid and mineral notes.  A complete stunner of a wine.  Email us at wine@biritemarket.comif you’re interested in one of these bottles.

Gitton Père et Fils Sancerre Belles Dames 1990 | $54.99 | Only 6 bottles at Divis!
Ordered and aged at the winery in pristine condition, we’re so excited to offer some of these amazing Sauvignon Blanc from Gitton Père & Fils. Pascal Gitton believes 1990 was one of his greatest vintages for Sancerre and we can understand why. With nearly 25 years of age, this Sauvignon Blanc is surprising lively with stone and citrus notes. We feel like this can go at least 10 more years.  Email us at wine@biritemarket.com if you’re interested in one of these bottles.

John Herbstritt

Sour Summer in SF

sour-sf-banner-13“Turn on, Tune in, Drop out” is actually a phrase developed by the sour beer brewers in Leipzig in the 18th century when they discovered their delicious gose style of naturally fermented elixirs. They believed that the bright acidity of their beer was able to transcend the drinker onto a higher plane of existence…OK, so I made that up, but when you taste of the delicious new sours that we have in house right now, you may very well be transported.

Sour beer is all the rage in San Francisco, but how is it made? Brewers use special yeast strains along with lactic acid bacteria to coax more and more acidity from their fermentation, a flavor that is not often found in other styles of beer. Sour beers are also the perfect gateway beer for wine drinkers given their vinous nature.  Their flavors tend to evolve and become more dynamic over time, and many are barrel-aged.

These beers are prized for their pairability with food, since acidity is such an important component on the palate, but many are also great on their own with flavors and aromas that cascade over the palate in waves.  Sour beers tend to pair well with rich, fatty, savory foods – we’re particularly fond of sour beers with cheese.  The only rule about sour beers it seems, is that there are no rules.

Another particularity of sour beers is their affinity for fruit flavors. Locally, Almanac Beer Co. is famous for preserving the produce of a season by ageing their beers on the best local fruit, often calling out the farm on their labels. They follow a seasonal rotation, like the fruit that they brew with, so availability waxes and wanes with the changing of the sun’s position in the sky. Whatever the season (SF “Summer” or SF “Winter”) there is a sour beer companion for your meal, or as a gift for your favorite beer nerd.

The beers featsour-sf-circleured below are a wonderful representation of the diverse styles of sour beers, but only a smattering of the sours we have in house (and in our online store at Instacart.com), many in limited quantity.  Ask one of our Beer and Wine Specialists on the floor at 18th Street or Divis to show you the whole selection, and don’t forget to stop by the Cheese Department for a pairing! Turn on to the sour revolution, baby. Your palate will never be the same.


Brouwerij Verhaeghe Duchesse De Bourgogne 750 mL | $13.99
This traditional Flanders Red Ale is matured in oak barrels for 18 months. The final product is a blending of a younger eight-month-old beer with the 18-month-old barrel-aged brew. Fruity and rich with a full, sweet, and fresh taste.

Almanac Beer Co. Farmer’s Reserve Pluot 375 mL | $10.99
Pluots are created by cross-breeding apricots and plums; there are dozens of varieties with an amazing range of color and flavor. All through the summer, Blossom Bluff Orchards picks each variety at its peak: Dapple Dandy, Honey Punch, Flavor Queen, Black Kat, and Dapple Jack were all added to a sour blond ale and aged in wine barrels to create this funky oak-aged brew.
Pairs well with: Garden Variety Cheese’s Sweet Asylum – The balance of brightness and funk between this sour ale and tangy, creamy sheep’s milk cheese combines for a lush blend of floral, lanolin, and earthiness.


This is only a handful of the sours we have in the Markets!

Brouwerij Hof ten Dormaal “Zure van Tildonk” 375 mL | $10.99
Belgian “Farm to Bottle” sour beer brewed using hops and malt grown on the farm as well as the wild yeasts found around the farm. After a year of aging in a barrel, this sour is cellared for several months prior to release.
Pairs well with: Pecorino Sardo – The bright, buttery hay qualities of this sheep’s milk Pecorino shine with the tart, crisp funkiness of the Tildonk.

Cascade Brewing Barrel House Apricot (Divis Only) 750 mL | $29.99
Strawberry (18th Street Only)
 750 mL | $29.99
The Apricot is North West-style sour ale is a blend of wheat and blond ales that were aged in oak wine barrels for up to nine months before aging on fresh apricots for an additional six months. Flavors of fresh and dried apricot fruit are complemented by a tart acidity and lingering notes of apricot preserves.  Likewise, the Strawberry is aged in oak barrels with strawberries and vanilla for 12 months.  Bright and crisp, it captures the essence of fresh strawberries with subtle notes of oak, vanilla, and fruit preserves.


Celebrate Hogust at the Markets

LargeBlack-tag-04Over the last few months we have started to introduce more local pork producers committed to raising various heritage breeds.  I really feel that pork is one of the more complex proteins, and its flavor profile is greatly influenced by breed, feed, and terroir.  It is this thought that drove the idea of creating “Hogust,” our celebration of rare and heritage pork breeds throughout the month of August.

Since 2005, Bi-Rite and Heritage Foods USA have partnered to support small family farms that are committed to raising unique breeds of hogs with varied flavors and tastes.  Through the entire month of August we will be highlighting center-cut pork chops from breeds like the Tamworth, Old Spot, Duroc, Large Black, and my favorite, the Red Wattle.

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So raise a glass to “Hogust,” and take advantage of this opportunity to taste experience pork from the breed perspective.  Be sure to visit our butchers throughout the month to try our rotating selection of heritage pork. To quote our friends at Heritage Foods, in order to preserve this amazing breed diversity, “You have to eat ‘em to save ‘em!”  See our field guide for flavor profiles to find your favorite breed, and what better way to taste the difference than in our Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Figs recipe, adapted from Eat Good Food? Shop the recipe in both Markets or from our online store at Instacart.com. Enjoy!




John Herbstritt

New Weeknight Wines from Josh Adler

Many of you will remember Josh Adler as our friendly wine buyer from back in the day. With one store and a small team he built the foundation for the wine program we run to this day, by sourcing good quality, responsibly-made wine from around the world way before it was cool. What some of you may not know is that he has continued that good work from afar.

Josh Adler
He founded the Paris Wine Company in his new hometown (of Paris!) in 2012, and has since been seeking out small French and Spanish producers to import into the U.S. Momentum has been building for a couple of years, and by now he brings in some of the best values in San Francisco. Some of our favorites from the past year have come from Josh, like Champagne Piollot, Courtault-Tardieux and wunderkind Yann Bertrand. These three new wines below are just as impressive.
But what is really admirable about Josh’s business are the strong relationships he is able to build with his producers. Since he is literally on the ground, visiting his winemakers all of the time, he is not only able to ensure the quality of the wine, but also that it is made by people that are good and true – when the wines arrive here you can feel the love. I know it sounds a little mushy, but at the end of the bottle, it’s not really about the wine is it? It’s about the people who made it from the land, who gave of themselves so that you could share that bottle with people that you love around your table. Try not to think about it too much, just enjoy.

Barou Syrah Vin de Pays Rhone, France 2014 | $15.99
From 40 year old vines on plateau and slopes in Charnas, destemmed and aged in four and five year old barrels. The 2014 is soft and supple and more forward than usual. The aromas are really lovely, black and blueberry fruit with floral and earthy notes. The palate is lush with round red fruits, but is balanced and light on its feet. Beautiful palate coating fruit on the finish, a simply delightful everyday red that’s a sensational value – serve cool and enjoy! (The estate is certified organic since 1975)!


La Galoche Beaujolais
Burgundy, France 2014 | 
A single vineyard, certified organic Beaujolais. Easy to like but also very complex at the same time. Red berry fruits with earth notes. A great value from the region.

Deux Moulins Sauvignon Blanc
Loire, France 2014 | 
An inexpensive yet tasty Sauvignon Blanc, it is organically farmed from Loire Valley, the original home of Sauvignon Blanc. It’s crisp, tart, minerally, with the right amount of citrus fruit. You can’t go wrong with this wine.

Cimarron Tequila Sale – Because Taco Tuesdays Aren’t Enough!

Tues-Thurs-Campaign-web_tequila bottle webIf you love Taco Tuesdays as much as we do, you know that only one day of tequila and tacos per week just isn’t enough – that’s why we’re celebrating Cimarron tequilas with special pricing every Tuesday through Thursday starting July 21st.


Enjoy 10% off Cimarron Blanco Tequila ($17.99, regularly $19.99) and Cimarron Reposado Tequila ($20.69, regularly $22.99) Tuesdays through Thursdays until August 6th at both Bi-Rite Market locations.  The Cimarron tequilas are crisp and clean, made with estate-grown agave that is slow roasted creating bright, forward flavors, ideal for sipping or mixing in the Perfect Margarita.  The Blanco is bottled immediately after distillation preserving the flavors and aromas, while the Reposado is aged in oak for six months, creating some of the most expressive tequilas at this price point.


What better to pair with your tequila than tacos?  Our chefs at 18th Street and Divisadero will be dishing up their favorite tacos-of-the-day plus some bonus tequila-inspired dishes (we’ve heard rumors of mole, enchiladas and more!).  So if it’s Taco Tuesday, Why Not Wednesday, or Thirsty Thursday, be sure to swing by our delis to see what delicious dinner dishes will go along with your tequila.  Then, whip up a batch of our Perfect Margaritas (shop the recipe on Instacart.com) and you’ve got yourself a perfect summer evening – salud!


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John Herbstritt

Offbeat California Varietals

In 2014 Cabernet and Chardonnay together comprised about one quarter of all wine grapes crushed in California, but today we’re exploring some of what grows on the other side. Acid-driven and original, these food wines are made for summer. If you haven’t read the New York Times article everyone has been talking about (“The Wrath of Grapes”), it’s a great overview of the new wave of California winemakers, many of whom we sell here at Bi-Rite Market.

Albariño and Chenin Blanc, though common in Spain and France, respectively, are rare here in California. Although many winemakers would prefer to experiment with varieties like Vermentino or Aglianico, one of the main obstacles is convincing growers to plant these exotic varieties. In the end, winegrowing is a business and if a farmer can be assured of a good return by planting Chardonnay then why would he or she take a risk with an unknown varietal? There are growers out there who are open, but the experimental winemaker must often work hard to convince growers to plant new and exciting things. In the case that a winemaker is lucky enough to find older vines to work with, as in the Broc Cellars Chenin Blanc, it can be a challenge to convince a grower not to graft over to something more profitable.

Which is why when you see a wine made from an “offbeat” variety from California, you almost always know that whoever made it is really going out on a limb to produce something authentic. You’ll never know until you try!

It only makes sense that winemaker Ian Brand would focus on Spanish varietals here in California, as Spaniards brought the first wine grapes to California when they established Missions along El Camino Real in the 18th century.
Based on the site of an ancient seabed, Monterey Valley has a high percentage of limestone in the soil, giving this Albariño a beautiful minerality and salinity. On the nose, this wine is all citrus blossom and brine – the mouth is elegant salted lemon with a long chalky finish and bright acidity.

Chris Brockway’s Chenin Blanc could cause any wine from the Loire Valley a bit of jealousy. Made from 60 year old vines in Solano County’s Green Valley, this wine is versatile with food. Its high acidity, focused minerality, and gentle fruit notes give simple seafood dishes the spotlight, but roast chicken or pork cutlets with mustard also shine.

John Herbstritt

Aperitif Wines – Start Your Night Right

FullSizeRenderIn this blog post I will attempt to convince you, reader, to stop whatever your current pre-dinner ritual and to instead take 15 minutes to relax and enjoy a light, slightly bitter, slightly sweet drink accompanied by salty snacks (like nuts or olives).  The purpose?  To whet your appetite and open your senses, preparing your palette to enjoy your meal. If you are totally against this proposition then this post isn’t for you. But if like me, you take pleasure in tasty, unique beverages and crunchy, salty little treats, and you think you might be open to this kind of suggestion, please read on.

You’re still reading, so you likely know that I’m talking about the aperitif. This word refers to both the act of enjoying a pre-meal drink and also to the beverages consumed therein. While it is more common in Europe to experience such a thing, here in the U.S. we too have a fine tradition of imbibing before we eat: think happy hours and cocktail parties. But there is something special about the way that the aperitif wine helps us prepare to eat that a pint of IPA cannot reproduce. It’s the combination of bitterness, acid, and sweetness that awakens the salivary glands and gets us ready for dinner without filling us up.

So, dear reader, next time you are hosting a dinner party, start your night right with a little apéro. You can serve any of these chilled over ice, with a spritz of soda water, or try our very own recipe for your “Aperitif Fix.”  Serve them with a bowl of the aforementioned mixed nuts and you’ve got your night started. And we haven’t even mentioned the possibilities for mixing cocktails! Chin chin!

Aperitif Fix Recipe

Campari $27.99
One of the original bitters in Italy, Campari was invented in 1860 by its eponymous founder, Gaspare Campari. It is also the essential ingredient in the classic Negroni cocktail, but if you’re an Italophile you just mix this with soda water and pretend you’re on the Almalfi Coast.

Lillet Blanc
Lillet is the original French Aperitif – it was initially used to cure malaria, but it tasted so good that it soon being used at the dinner table. It is made from Sémillon wine with quinine and citrus liqueurs added.  Serve it chilled with orange peel or add some berries or peach slices for a quick and delicious Sangria.

Uncouth Vermouth Seasonal Hops
This wildly inventive vermouth is the brainchild of Bianca Miraglia. Using the seasons as her inspiration, Bianca sources different herbs, plants, and spices and infuses them with a complementary wine base. The Hops is made with 16 different plants plus a final addition of Cascade and Nugget hops. Craft beer lovers will totally dig this amazing vermouth.

Buil & Giné Vermut
A unique aperitif from the Priorat region in Spain, the Buil & Giné is a vermouth made from the Macabeo grape and infused with more than 110 different plants and herbs. It’s then aged for two years in oak barrels to get the desired color.  It’s wonderfully bitter with a perfect balance of sour and sweetness. Serve this on the rocks or try it in a Manhattan.

Cocchi Vermouth di Torino
Vermouth di Torino is one of the only two protected geographical indication of origins for vermouth, the other being Chambéry in France. To celebrate their 120 year anniversary, the House of Cocchi recreated their original recipe for Vermouth Torino. With flavors of citrus, cocoa, and rhubarb, enjoy this neat with a citrus peel. It also makes a fabulous Manhanttan.



Let’s Be Honest, Jackson’s Honest Chips Are Fantastic!

We can’t get enough of Colorado-based Jackson’s Honest Chips – the perfect accompaniment to summer picnics in the park, barbecues, and road trips.  Founded by mother-of-four Megan Reamer seeking an alternative to manufactured potato chips fried in highly-processed vegetable oils, Jackson’s Honest Chips began with experiments in the Reamer’s home kitchen, frying potatoes in the healthiest cooking oil they could find: coconut oil.

Wowed by the rich, deep, aromatic, potato flavors that came through in those first chips, the Reamers were instant fans of this perfectly balanced, salty, sweet, crunchy snack.  Using their proprietary “low and slow” cooking methods, Jackson’s Honest Chips are cooked in small batches at low temperature, hand-stirred as they cook.

The Reamers take Wendell Berry’s proclamation “Eating is an agricultural act,” to heart, sourcing potatoes from small family farmers using biodynamic or organic practices, and the highest grade coconut oil (100% organic!) from companies that use traditional extraction techniques and treat their soil and workers fairly.

Always non-GMO and organic, if ever there was a potato chip that makes you feel good, it’s Jackson’s Honest Chips.  Do you prefer your potatoes purple, sweet, or classic with sea salt? Try them all and find your favorite:

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  •  OG Sea Salt $4.99:  Organic U.S. grown potatoes that can only be produced during the growing season are what make these chips very special.  They often go from ground to shelf in less than week.  A simple potato chip, sure to satisfy.
  • Sweet Potato $4.99:  These beautiful orange spuds’ subtle sweetness is accentuated by cooking low and slow in organic coconut oil, then paired with a dash of sea salt for brightness, you’ve got yourself a delightfully crispy chip.
  • Purple Heirloom $4.99:  Grown 8,000 years ago in the Andes Mountains, purple potatoes were once reserved for Inca Kings!  Coconut oil is the perfect partner to this potato, giving it an unrivaled depth and buttery-rich finish.
  • Salt & Vinegar $4.99:  Made with apple cider vinegar because its sweet undertones pair well with the depth of organic coconut oil.

Jon Fancey

Better Summer Living Through Cheese

Cheese isn’t just for the holidays or special events.  Serving a selection of cheese is a great way to impress your guests at your next summertime gathering, too! Whether you’re hosting a casual backyard BBQ, a spontaneous picnic at the park, or an extravagant weekend brunch –- don’t forget the cheese. Here are some of the cheeses we love at Bi-Rite that I’ll be sharing with my friends this IMG_2967summer:

Alemar Cheese Company’s Good Thunder – Keith Alemar started crafting cheese from organic milk in 2008 – and now his small creamery in Mankato, Minnesota is providing us with some of our favorite soft-ripened cheeses.  Good Thunder has been a work in progress for the past couple of years, and it now tastes better than ever –- milky, meaty, and just slightly pungent.  This little brick of cheese that’s washed in Surly Brewing’s Bender Oatmeal Ale would be perfect with any Olympia Provisions charcuterie and is a great option for any summertime cheese board.

Uplands Cheese Company’s Pleasant Ridge Reserve – Andy Hatch is one of our favorite cheese makers, and his stunning pasture on Pleasant Ridge in southwest Wisconsin’s Driftless region is one of our favorite farms to visit.  Pleasant Ridge Reserve is an Alpine-style cheese made with the milk of one of America’s most beautiful herds.  The wheels we’re selling right now in the Markets have been matured for a year and have deep flavors of toasted nuts and brown butter.  This sturdy cheese is perfect for picnics and day trips –- a great one to take to Sonoma to enjoy with just about any bottle of red wine.

IMG_1819Jasper Hill Farm’s Bayley Hazen Blue – Jasper Hill Farm is nestled in the rolling green hills of Vermont’s Northeastern Kingdom, and is committed to nurturing the region’s dairy and cheese-making traditions.  Bayley Hazen is crafted with raw cow’s milk, and has a delicious fudgy texture with flavors of grass and nuts.  It’s delicious melted on a burger or crumbled on a steak -– it can also be an easy dessert when served with the season’s best stone fruit and local honey.

Marin French Cheese’s Petit Crème – The folks at Petaluma’s Marin French Cheese are celebrating their 150th Anniversary this summer and we’re proud to offer their little bloomy rind button.  Crafted with cow’s milk from neighboring farms – this baby brie is mild, milky, and perfect for any occasion.

Cheese is a crowd pleaser for all of your summer events — come to the 18th Street and Divisadero markets and chat with our Cheese team!

Jessie Rogers

Bi-Rite Creamery Celebrates National Ice Cream Month!


July is National Ice Cream Month, and we’re celebrating at Bi-Rite Creamery with a new seasonal ice cream flavor every week in July! Visit Bi-Rite Creamery or the Scoop Shop at Bi-Rite Market on Divisadero for scoops and special sundaes featuring these limited-edition flavors. Plus, get pints of our first two flavors of the month at both Bi-Rite Markets. And don’t miss our soft serve features, available only at the Creamery soft serve window. Made with buffalo milk ice cream base from our friends at Double8 Dairy in Petaluma; its exceptionally rich and creamy texture is unforgettable.

4th of July StarNew Ice Cream Flavors in July


  • Arriving July 2nd              Crème Fraiche* (pair it with Balsamic Strawberry!)
  • Arriving July 9th               Basil*
  • Arriving July 16th             Summer Berry Coconut** (Vegan)
  • Arriving July 23rd            Candy Cane** (our holiday favorite, back for 1 week only!)

Plus, we’ll offer a special celebratory sundae featuring the new flavor of the week!

*Also available in pints at both Bi-Rite Market locations
**Available one week only in scoops at Bi-Rite Creamery & the Bi-Rite Market Scoop Shop on Divisadero!

4th of July StarJuly Soft Serve Menu
We will feature one of our classic buffalo milk soft serve flavors for an entire week at a time! Try them alone or paired with a second daily-changing flavor to create a luscious combo. Available 7 days a week, only at the Creamery on 18th Street.

Featured Soft Serve Flavors

  • July 7-13              Vanilla—made with Madecasse Vanilla extract
  • July 14-20           Balsamic Strawberry—with farm-direct, local, organic strawberries
  • July 21-27            Chocolate—made with organic, local TCHO chocolate
  • July 28-Aug 3     Salted Caramel—our most popular classic!

Visit www.biritecreamery.com for details and daily soft serve pairings!

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