SNEAK PEEK: Our Miami Menu – Salt & Straw
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Hello Miami Salt & Straw

We’re finally making the jump across to the East Coast and are so excited to be landing in one of our all time favorite cities: Miami. You’ll see familiar favorites like our Chocolate Gooey Brownie and Sea Salt w/ Caramel Ribbons, but you’ll also meet new friends and favorites along the way. Before we open our doors in the Sunshine State, we wanted to give you a sneak peek at our Miami menu. These flavors were too exciting to keep in Miami, so if you’re like us and ready for some South Florida sun, grab the Hello Miami Pack for a taste of sunnier days ahead.

The Flavor: Panther Coffee Chocolate Tres Leches

Full-bodied Panther espresso steeped two ways cultivates the perfect coffee ice cream to accompany our intense tres leches cake swirl made with cocoa, dark chocolate, and coconut-infused anejo rum from Coconut Cartel.

The Partner: Panther Coffee
Panther Coffee began in 2010 with a lot of determination and a bit of luck when Leticia and Joel Pollock began roasting and developing their wholesale program in Wynwood. Shortly after, they opened their first coffee shop and now have six throughout Miami. Working with coffee producers across the world and using a very rare, pre-WWII roaster, they bring out the magnificent natural sweetness and subtle flavor nuances in their beans for a cup of unforgettable coffee. 

The Flavor: The Salty Donut Guava + Cheese

Family-run craft donut shoppe, The Salty Donut, makes works of art out of fried dough. We pay homage to our favorite, Guava + Cheese, with cream cheese ice cream, glazed brioche donut chunks, rich Florida guava curd, and puffed pastry streusel.

The Partner: The Salty Donut
Famed for their incredible brioche donuts that push the boundaries of what a “donut” can be, The Salty Donut is a craft shop that focuses on seasonally based creations. Their team claims that they’re “kind of obsessed” with their craft, and now we are, too. Baking decadent pastries in Wynwood and South Miami that are almost too pretty to eat, this family-run bakery glazes, fills, infuses, carves, and torches their donuts to a level of artistry. 

The Flavor: Gables’ Delight Pineapple Coconut Cream Pie

Coconut cream pie gone rogue: One of Gables Delight's most popular jams—pineapple coconut— layered into a vanilla ice cream along with sugar-dusted pie crust baked golden brown.

The Partner: Gables Delight
Chef and founder of the most precious and thoughtful jam companies in the country, Gables Delight, Almudena Gudiel sources farm-fresh fruit from local growers, taking it back to her small kitchen and makes all of her seasonal, golden delicacies in 10 gallon copper pots. Whether for farmers markets or the Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, her jam is always made traditionally, just like in France when she was growing up.

The Flavor: Exquisito Chocolates Hazelnut Cookies & Cream (v)

An unrestrained, ultra-creamy plant-based delight. Chocolate and coconut cream ice cream amped up with hazelnut butter, Little Havana’s Exquisito Chocolate stracciatella, and tender homemade vegan, gluten-free oreo cookie crumbs. 

Little Havana’s Exquisito Chocolates, Miami’s first bean-to-bar factory, roast their own cacao beans as well as fashion them into chocolate confections, tapping into both the scientific and artistic sides of this delicious craft. They source direct trade cacao beans from over eight farms in Latin America and the Caribbean and  handcraft each bar using only the highest quality, ethically-sourced beans.

Miami Seasonal Flavors:

The Flavor: Salted Coconut Grapefruit Daiquiri (v)

Gorgeous, single-origin Guatemalan añejo sipping rum from Coconut Cartel gets mixed with fresh Florida grapefruit and puckery citrus bitters. Then, we blend it in with coconut cream and serve it straight for a lush escape. 

The Partner: Coconut Cartel
Coconut Cartel was created by siblings Dani & Mike Zig. Born in Miami to Latin parents, they grew up between Miami, Guatemala and El Savador. In 2013, they started “smuggling” coconuts back from El Salvador and selling coconut water on the beach. Today, their coconut water can be found in their premium Guatemalan anejo rum, developed with Central America’s best coconut, coffee and rum producers.

The Flavor: Wynwood Brewing Mango Habanero IPA Sorbet (v)

We take the hop-heavy Laces IPA from Wynwood, Miami’s first craft brewery, and add a load of fresh habaneros, then cool it off with Florida mangoes and citrus. This beautifully clean, simple sorbet is as refreshingly quenchable as their beer.

The Partner: Wynwood Brewing
Father and son team at Wynwood, Miami’s first craft Brewery, draw inspiration from their roots and namesake art-laden neighborhood.