The closest thing to a meat pastry. These flaky crisps receive a light dusting of True Cinnamon, otherwise known as Cinnamon Ceylon. Then they are lightly dashed with cane sugar, yielding a lightly sweet cinnamon crisp vaguely reminiscent of a churro.
These crisps are seasoned with a pungent ground Rosemary accompanied by finely ground Sea Salt. This combination provides a light, herby background flavor finished with a salty memoria.
The most baconic of Pork Clouds. These crisps are dashed with Malabar Black Pepper. This is a particularly snappy pepper spice sourced from the tropical Malabar coast of India's Kerala province. They have a poignantly pipperine finish that reminds one of bacon.
We like flavor. We like spicy. So we skipped the Jalapeño and went straight for Habanero. These clouds are bathed in a plume of onion and Habanero, resulting in a powerful, but slow burn.