The Ski Vermont Specialty Food Tour works to connect local Vermont producers with skiers and snowboarders, slopeside. Vermont vendors will join Ski Vermont at Sugarbush on March 17th to share tasty treats and luscious libations with visitors and locals to the Green Mountains.
Specialty Food Tour Vendors
You may be aware of iconic Vermont brands such as Ben and Jerry’s, Long Trail Beer and Woodchuck Cider, but below is a look at some of the other great producers that call the Green Mountain State home:
Taste delicious gummys, candies, brittle and more!
Have you ever tried gin aged in new American oak barrels? Or gin made with juniper and raw honey? Barr Hill is sure to redefine your thoughts on gin.
Fat Toad Farm
Goat’s milk caramel? You have to try it. The Today Show, Boston Globe, New York Times and many others have already tried this delectable treat.
Good Mix Foods
“Food as Medicine…that’s how nature designed things to be so that’s how we like to work.” Good Mix will even guarantee the “best poos ever” and it’s from the Mad River Valley.
It’s Arthur’s Fault!
BBQ and grilling sensations, multi-purpose dressings, more than just caramels and too good for a category make up the product line of It’s Arthur’s Fault!
Karen’s Artisan Popcorn
Vermont-made, gourmet, organic popcorn creations and popcorn products- does it get any better?
Kimball Brook Farm
Make sure to stop by and visit with Mary as she samples some of the most delicious flavored organic milks, cultured butter and a variety of iced teas.
Mad River Distillers
“Think Globally, Distill Locally” Mad River Distillers is committed to making spirits that celebrate local producers and sustainable agriculture, and they distill all of their spirits by hand and from scratch right here in the Mad River Valley.
Mountain Grove Coffee
For over 20 years, Mountain Grove has been working to provide New England with exceptional coffee.
Sample these savory chocolates made right in the Mad River Valley.
Runamok has created a collection of infused, smoked and barrel-aged maple syrups that you have to try.
Sap! products are plant-based superfood sparkling beverages made from 100% pure maple and birch sap straight from the forests of Vermont.
Sample SILO’s flagship family of 100% Vermont corn vodkas. From cucumber to lavender, traditional to cacao, there is sure to be something for everyone.
The Simmering Bone
The Simmering Bone seeks to bring the benefits of bone broth to you and your family and vows the highest of standards in both product and process.
Vermont Coffee Company
“Coffee Roasted for Friends” is more than a slogan, it is their mission. Try Vermont’s organic coffee at one of our stops.
Sample delicious Castleton Crackers with Lille cheese, both brought to you by Vermont Farmstead.
Vermont Maple Granola
Capture the spirit of Vermont in their maple-sweetened granolas which have been handcrafted in Vermont since 2008.
Vermont Tortilla Company
You have not had tortillas like these before! Martha Stewart’s Test Kitchen even had to try them out recently.
Vermont Amber Organic Toffee
The creation of Vermont Amber toffee is based upon a foundation of carefully chosen ingredients which are selected from a co-op that supports local area farmers.
A best of both worlds weekend with Vermont skiing and tasting! And stay three nights with us and you can take advantage of our March Winter Escape deal – use promo code “winter”.