• The Hazel People

We Are Making Hazel Nutmilk In Our Kitchen For The Hazel Fans!

We've been making Hazel Nutmilk in small batches, and you can take our short survey about other hazelnut-based beverages!

Van Morrison has long sung the praises of brown-eyed girls with nut brown hair:

From a boreen green came a sweet colleen / And she smiled as she passed me by / She looked so sweet from her two bare feet / To the sheen of her nut brown hair.

Like Mr. Van Morrison, we have also danced a barefoot jig after feeling sweet on a maid with nut brown hair. Except, our maids are actually hazel trees... and, that sweet feeling is less a feeling of attraction, and more a feeling of thirst!

Bona-fide Hazel Nutmilk made down in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

At the end of a November day, the Hazel People just want to reach for a nut brown beverage. We thought we would stop to celebrate a few of the heavyweight hazelnut-based beverages out there for Hazel People of a certain age and character:

Take a survey (just for fun) about Hazelnut-Based Beverages!

Back in September, we created a contest for the best story about how hazelnuts have affected the lives of our community. Runner-up Connie says that as a “Hazel Fan” she would enjoy visiting the holiday hazelnut festival with her daughter. Winner, Amber, says that she holds no grudges against Portlanders who enjoy hazelnuts, but she enjoys being a Hazel Fan from little Eugene, Oregon. 

Eugene-based Amber enjoying a really cool T-shirt!

Well, Hazel Fans, you enjoy the warmth of your hearth—the Hazel Dogs are heading back to work! Please, continue to follow and share our Instagram  and Facebook

Write back soon,

The Hazel People


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