Long known as America's "Caribbean City". New Orleans imported more bananas and tropical fruit than any other port in the United States at one time, and when the Cajuns made caramel, these fruit flavors went in too!! Browned to a golden hue with a touch of the flavor of bananas, coconuts and oranges, these treats are a taste of the sunshine and a party for your mouth. "Laissez le bon ton roulet".
From the sugar cane fields of south Louisiana to your kitchen table, Steen’s pure cane syrup is one of the few remaining original “pure” food products. In 1910, Grandpa Steen didn’t have any reason to add anything to his syrup, the Steen family still feels that way today..
Ingredients: Sugar, Brown Sugar, Corn Syrup, Cane Syrup, Corn Starch, Butter (Milk Fat, Curd), Evaporated Milk, Heavy Whipping Cream (Milk Fat, Milk), Salt, Bittersweet Chocolate (Unsweetened Chocolate, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk Fat, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla), Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Unsweetened Chocolate, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla), Coconut Oil, Artificial Flavors (Water, Alcohol (21%), Propylene Glycol, Vanillin, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid), Cayenne Pepper, Cajun Spice (Paprika, Salt, Garlic, Sugar, Onion, Turmeric, MSG, Lemon Powder, Silicon Dioxide)
Contains: Milk and Soy
Manufactured in a facility
that processes peanuts
Andy Adams is an artisan manufacturer of confectionery delights.
Early in 2011, I was so sure I’d start a business I got a license without knowing why! Later that year, walking my dog Duke around Seattle's Central District, I meet Omar. He owned a newly opened candy store in the neighborhood - “Naderi’s Candy Store”, that I hadn’t seen! I quickly made a visit and thought it was nice. The only problem was the inventory. I thought... “Omar needs to make candy!” The day after seeing the store, I started making candy and haven’t stopped since!
Since setting up in Portland in 2014, our aim is to marry fascinating ingredients, to advanced processes and producing the most interesting candy in the world.
We're confident you'll never forget the experience!
The Portland Skidmore Market