Continuing my review of my visit to the lovely Farmers’ Market in Tamworth, NH last Saturday, I am pleased to present a few of the vendors I found there…

TFM.7…first, the fine folks from Sap House Meadery based in Center Ossipee, NH.

About Sap House Meadery: “Sap House Meadery is a small producer of premium, hand-crafted meads (honey wines). The Meadery was founded in 2010 by two young entrepreneurs, Ash Fischbein and Matt Trahan. Together they rejuvenated an old store front in downtown Center Ossipee, New Hampshire using many recycled materials and sustainable methods. Sap House Meads use only time-tested traditional methods and procure ingredients from local farms and markets. The signature of Sap House Meadery is its use of pure New Hampshire maple syrup in many of its meads. In some, such as the Hopped Blueberry or Cranberry Sage, it is used to add complexity. In the Sugar Maple however, it is the main ingredient with nearly half the fermentable sugars coming from maple syrup.”

I love Sap House Meadery’s Vanilla Bean Mead.

Learn more about Sap House Meadery here.

TFM.4I was also happy to find Kearsarge Mountain Soap at the market. Mostly because their products smelled so good and I was able to appreciate them even though my head was all stuffed up due to seasonal allergies.

About Kearsarge Mountain Soap: “We feature over one hundred products made right here at the base of Kearsarge Mountain in North Conway, a scenic little New Hampshire village in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley. Rich in vitamins and minerals, goat milk is a miracle of nature that cannot be synthetically reproduced. Soap made with milk has a pH close to your skin making it the most gentle you can use. Each Kearsarge Mountain soap is handmade, hand cut, and hand packaged. Each is an individual work of art, so no two are exactly the same.”

I just love anything made with goat’s milk.

Learn more about Kearsarge Mountain Soaps here.