Friday, November 28, 2014
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MarketBasket: Coffee in a bottle

Kyoto style Coffee.
Kyoto style Coffee.
Kyoto style Coffee. Gallery: MarketBasket: Coffee in a bottle

Coffee in a bottle

The start-up roasters at Peddler Coffee have created their own version of black gold: cold-brewed Kyoto-Style Coffee, made with Japanese tea-brewing equipment that filters coffee a drop at a time, allowing the quality of the beans to shine. The result, available by the bottle, is bright, fruity, acidic - and best cut with a splash of milk.

- Samantha Melamed

Kyoto-Style Coffee, $4 per bottle; 7-11 a.m. Monday to Friday, at Peddler Coffee, 806 S. Sixth St., Philadelphia, or 2-5 p.m. Tuesdays, at Julian Abele Farmers' Market, 22d and Carpenter Streets. More info at

Pretty potholders

If you can't stand the heat, buy better potholders. These are handmade in Chester Springs by Jamie Williams of Dop Dop Designs, out of vintage-inspired organic cotton with insulated lining. The gift set includes a 7-inch potholder and matching 9-inch trivet.

- S.M.

Citron Potholder

Gift Set, $35 at Nice Things Handmade at 1731 E. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia, 267-455-0256, or at



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