Honey Essentials – P.8
Honey is our lifeblood. A sweet, medicinal powerhouse, we make each of our honeys from happy bees that forage on Wild Sage, Rosemary, Lavender, Australian Wattle and Eucalyptus, Sweet Wildflower and Orange Blossom. Every jar is uniquely fragrant — rich in flavor and nutritional benefit. Manuka Honey is the most powerful honey on Earth, capable of healing a myriad of ailments.
Narcissus Flower Collection – P.11
YES, we’ve all known one. And the Narcissus flower is indeed worthy of self-love. BUT its name is not derived from the mythical man who was tragically in love with his own reflection, but from the Greek word narkao: “to benumb.” Socrates called the flower “crown of the infernal gods” because the bulbs, if eaten, numbed the nervous system with their narcotic properties. Roman soldiers carried bulbs of Narcissus in their armor to benumb themselves.
Fruit – P.12
Some say people are so attracted to flowers because they symbolize the promise of coming fruit. Spring is a promise — and a call to action. The garden is full of bright anticipation. Everything is abloom — Plum, Peach, and Apricot trees offer their blossoms to the heavens, open, unfurling, and ripe for pollination. In Los Angeles, Spring fruits include Avocados, Blood Oranges (hold still my heart!), Grapefruit, Mandarins, and Meyer Lemons, among a host of others. And for the rest of the garden, Spring is the busy season. We’re busy morning til night, fertilizing and composting, encouraging new growth and nurturing fruits to come.
Petrichor Collection – P.14
Our Petrichor Collection is inspired by the scent of the earth after the rain. From the Greek "petra," meaning stone, and "ichor," the blood-like fluid in the veins of Greek gods, the smell is produced when rain purifies the air, restores dry earth, and activates plant compounds. We re-created the aroma of Flamingo Estate after a rain — clean air on soil and red brick — with a limited-edition body oil, soap, and candle, a blend of Myrrh, Eucalyptus, Vetiver, and Tulsi.
Olive Oil – P.17
These are the best olive oils we’ve ever tasted, not only for flavor, but for health benefits and world-class acidity levels, too. Our organic Olives are grown in sun-soaked California valleys. The chill of early winter brings the annual olive harvest, and the sweet richness of fresh-pressed olives fills the air from November to January. We only use the freshest harvest for our olive oil, with each varietal handpicked in November and cold-pressed immediately to ensure critical freshness and rich antioxidant and polyphenol content. In fact, our olive oil has a polyphenol count of 480 mg/kg, a remarkably high number that helps reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and all neurodegenerative diseases while retaining its fruity, buttery goodness.
Tomato Candle – P.19
It's not usually considered a Spring treat, but we've fossilized our favorite fruit in wax so we can conjure the pomodori of Sicilian kitchens with the simple strike of a match. This was the first candle we made, and it reminds me of my grandmother’s kitchen. And since she always told me to do more of the things I love — we made this in a new, bigger size. This one’s for you, Nanny.
We worship the tomato. Ripe, supple and bursting with juice, the scent of the heirloom tomato catapults us to memories of late summer dinner parties in Sicilian gardens and awakens pleasure in all our uncommon senses.
100% vegetable wax with a cotton wick, and fully recyclable glass
Tools for Pleasure – P.35
Electuary – P.39
Our Manuka and Cacao "electuary" is based on a traditional medicinal remedy that mixes dried and powdered herbs with honey. We started with a powerful New Zealand Manuka with 500+ mg/kg of MGO and combined it with Cacao, Cinnamon, Tulsi, Vanilla Bean, Cardamom, and Rose Petals. This potent, antioxidant-rich blend stimulates endorphin release to promote feelings of joy and healthy circulation while soothing the nervous system for feelings of balance.
An electuary is derived from the Latin word electrum, or Greek ekleikton meaning "to lick up." Our herbalist Damiana Calvario carefully crafted this formulation of heart-centered herbs to usher pleasure into everyday rituals and help reduce stress.
Royal Nectar – P.42
This extremely rare and highly active honey is certified with over 400+ mg/kg of MGO, NPA of 12+ and 5% fresh Royal Jelly. With its powerful medicinal properties, Mānuka honey is one of nature’s greatest weapons for supporting wellness, containing the highest levels of polyphenols of any honey.
In the hive, Royal Jelly is fed exclusively to the Queen (and the reason she lives 40 times longer than other bees), packed full of iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, sulfur, zinc, vitamin B1, B2, B6, C and E. Royal Jelly is rich in antioxidants that help fight the damage caused by free radicals. It’s a miracle.
Books are Medicine – P.45
Queen of the Desert – P.53
We combined rich Australian Sandalwood with fragrant Melaleuca leucadendra - commonly known as White Paperbark - for a fresh, wildly aromatic candle with the sharp, unique fragrances of the Australian Northern Territory. The pure essential oils in this candle were harvested directly for us by farmers who specialize in single-origin native Australian plants.
100% vegetable wax with a cotton wick, and fully recyclable glass
Holy Cacao – P.56
We partnered with La Rifa Chocolatería for this delightfully complex bittersweet drinking chocolate featuring Theobroma Cacao, Cardamom and a touch of Piloncillo Sugar. Rich with a remarkable depth, Cacao stimulates endorphin release and promotes feelings of joy. Cardamom is rich in antioxidants and lends a unique warmth, complemented by notes of burnt caramel from Piloncillo Sugar.
It’s The Jam – P.59
We love Chilacayote as an agua so we thought we could make it into a jam with Lime and Pineapple. Chilacayote is a Squash similar to Pumpkin, and the seeds are delicious and addictive. It’s very seasonal so we have it every year during the Spring in Oaxaca. You can eat the jam by the spoonful or add water to taste, a squeeze of lime, or a slice of pineapple.
Some Like It Hot – P.60
Usually salsas have black pepper, cloves, oregano, laurel, or avocado leaf. Here, we used a traditional Mexican recipe but swapped the tomato for bell pepper, then added vinegar to increase flavor complexity. We roast the garlic, onion, tomatillo, and spicy chiles in the plancha (comal) until they blister, then we blend everything until it’s creamy. Our favorite is the habanero — I love habaneros, and we love honey with them. Delicious on quesadillas, tostadas, and salmon. You can also use it to make a dressing by adding some olive oil.
Spring Offerings – P.63
Pantry Droppers – P.65
The Regenerative Farm Box is a chance for us to support the best farmers and growers in California, while delivering the most delicious, nutrient-rich, and nourishing food to our LA community. Each box is overbrimming with a rotating curation of fruits, vegetables, eggs, baked goods and weekly surprises, like seeds, spices, herbal teas, and Flamingo Estate products.
*Does not include wine. Price includes delivery.
Normal Delivery Hours
Delivery is every Friday from 8AM-7PM.
Cut Off Time
Orders placed before 9PM every Wednesday will be available for the Friday delivery. Orders placed after 9PM will be sent the following Friday.
LOS ANGELES ONLY
Mama Mia Pasta Queen – P.67
Good Taste – P.71
Sweet Nothings – P.73
Our Orchard Chocolates are works of art — the rare, elusive magic that happens when really good dark chocolate meets botanical garden ingredients. Moms love 'em!
Chocolate is hot. A romantic coupling of our ingenious dark chocolate bars, made by Nick and Peter Dale from garden-fresh ingredients.
Juniper Berries, Rose Hips, Cacao Nibs, and Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt
Cherry Coffee Chip
White Rainier Cherries, Ecuadorian Coffee Beans, Cacao Nibs, and Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt
Pear, Hazelnut, Bee Pollen, and Cardamom
The Winter Bonfire
Oak Smoked, Sundried Dark Crystal Sea Salt.
Gifted – P.77
We’re proud to release our first-ever collection of books — a set of six essentials for home and garden written by our heroes: Jane Goodall, Michael Pollan, Terry Tempest Williams, Alice Waters, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and the collective folk wisdom of the iconic Old Farmer’s Almanac. Each of them has moved us greatly, and we’re thrilled to share their genius with you.