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At Premier Gourmet, we source the finest Arabica coffee beans from around the world and expertly roast them in-house for maximum freshness. With nearly 100 varieties to choose from, there's something for everyone. SHOP COFFEE BEANS
Our beautifully-arranged gift baskets are packed with the finest foods you'll find anywhere. Choose from a variety of baskets at various price points! SHOP GOURMET GIFT BASKETS
With over 2,000 beers in stock, 20 premium beers on tap at our growler station, and a 'world-class' rating from Beer Advocate, we're Western New York's craft beer destination. SHOP CRAFT BEER
NEW! Our new meat and cheese charcuterie trays make entertaining easy! You choose from a selection of some of our finest meats and cheeses, and we'll do all the slicing and arranging. BUILD YOUR CHARCUTERIE TRAY
For certain products, like beer, we're unable to ship due to state laws. For other items, the item may be at a size that's incompatible with our shipping capabilities or may be too fragile/perishable to ship. For most of these items, we still offer in-store pickup and local delivery options.
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In-Store/Curbside Pickup is at our store: Premier Gourmet, 3904 Maple Road, Amherst, NY 14226
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British people believe the Brown Betty makes the best pot of tea because of the type of clay that is used and the shape of the pot. Brown Betty teapots are still lovingly hand-made in Staffordshire England, of red clay from Stoke-On-Trent, England.
British people believe the Brown Betty makes the best pot of tea because of the type of clay that is used and the shape of the pot. Brown Betty teapots are still lovingly hand-made in Staffordshire England, from red clay. It is baked to a rich brown color and finished with a transparent glaze. These teapots are made using traditional methods that date back to the 1700s!