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Amanba Spicy Almond Butter – Creamy

Amanba Spicy Almond Butter – Creamy

$15.99

Manba

Our spicy almond butter with our creamy recipe. We call it Amanba.

“What does spicy almond butter taste like?”

It tastes like the best natural almond butter you’ve ever tasted BUT includes a slight kick at the very end. Silky smooth and slightly spicy, Amanba’s texture comes from a roasted blend of California almonds rich in protein and naturally sweet, with a pinch of hot pepper to give it the punch it deserves. Ever so subtle, the spiciness is only felt at the very end after tasting Amanba. It has just the right spicy level for someone that enjoys spicy food but doesn’t want the heat to linger. Use it as a spread on bread, a dip for veggies and fruit, a drizzle on smoothies, or the base for a dumpling sauce, Amanba is deliciously spicy any which way you like it, especially on a spoon! Find our favourite Amanba recipes in the recipe link.

“Where is it made?”

Fabriqué à Montréal, dD Amanba s’inspire du beurre de cacahuète Made in Montreal, dD Amanba was inspired by Manba spicy peanut butter and the demand by loyal customers that have requested a spicy nut butter other than peanut butter. The idea to make Amanba stems from a trip to Haiti where co-founder, Jason Delis, tasted authentic Haitian peanut butter for the first time. Falling in love with the blend of tasty peanut butter and hot pepper, Delis teamed-up with Stanley Dumornay to start making Haitian-style spicy peanut butter, otherwise known as Manba. In an effort to support the Haitian peanut farmers and to make dD Manba as authentic as possible, every jar contains 100 grams of peanuts imported directly from Haiti.

500 g

 

Description

Our spicy almond butter with our creamy recipe. We call it Amanba.

“What does spicy almond butter taste like?”

It tastes like the best natural almond butter you’ve ever tasted BUT includes a slight kick at the very end. Silky smooth and slightly spicy, Amanba’s texture comes from a roasted blend of California almonds rich in protein and naturally sweet, with a pinch of hot pepper to give it the punch it deserves. Ever so subtle, the spiciness is only felt at the very end after tasting Amanba. It has just the right spicy level for someone that enjoys spicy food but doesn’t want the heat to linger. Use it as a spread on bread, a dip for veggies and fruit, a drizzle on smoothies, or the base for a dumpling sauce, Amanba is deliciously spicy any which way you like it, especially on a spoon! Find our favourite Amanba recipes in the recipe link.

“Where is it made?”

Fabriqué à Montréal, dD Amanba s’inspire du beurre de cacahuète Made in Montreal, dD Amanba was inspired by Manba spicy peanut butter and the demand by loyal customers that have requested a spicy nut butter other than peanut butter. The idea to make Amanba stems from a trip to Haiti where co-founder, Jason Delis, tasted authentic Haitian peanut butter for the first time. Falling in love with the blend of tasty peanut butter and hot pepper, Delis teamed-up with Stanley Dumornay to start making Haitian-style spicy peanut butter, otherwise known as Manba. In an effort to support the Haitian peanut farmers and to make dD Manba as authentic as possible, every jar contains 100 grams of peanuts imported directly from Haiti.

500 g

 

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