Subarz - September 2019

After practicing law for 26 years, Daphne Subar decided it was time to follow her passion and jump from being a litigator to a baker. She developed a unique baked good that is different from everything we've tried. Not too sweet, crunchy while still being tender... we are completely smitten with this artisan wonder.

Lucky for us, Daphne opened a bakery featuring her unique handcrafted creation - she calls them Subarz (note the eponymous take on her name... so clever). Subarz are a totally unique baked treat, combining the crunch of mandelbread and biscotti with the sweetness of a cookie. Handmade in California, they are twice baked in small batches, giving them their distinctive taste and texture.

They come in a variety of craveable flavors including gluten-free, nut-free and dairy-free options, so the most difficult part of this wonderful artisan feature was choosing which flavors to share with you! Ultimately, we couldn't decide on just one favorite, so we included two Subarz three-packs in each September collection (MSRP $6.00/each) - Salted Apricot Caramel, the perfect blend of sweet and salty and Traditional Chocolate Chip, familiar, but punched up with the addition of a crispy cinnamon-sugar sprinkle on the top and down one side. They are absolutely perfect with a cozy cup of coffee or tea and are beautifully packaged, making them the perfect sweet gift from California. They also keep for several weeks and freeze well so you can eat some now and save some for later (unless you're me, in which case you have zero self-control and eat them all in one sitting).

Try our favorites, discover your own new favorite or get in the Halloween mood with seasonally available BooBarz made with semi-sweet chocolate chips, toffee chips and plenty of Halloween sprinkles, both inside and out. Whichever you choose, use code CAFOUND for 10% off your purchase until 11/30/19. 

The September box is available as a one time purchase. Get yours before they're gone forever!

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