The Story Goes Like This…
During the 1600’s the Robbins Clan was shipped from England to the United States for being thieves and outlaws. They landed in the Bayous of what is now known as Louisiana and were dispersed throughout to build and colonize the United States for England. Centuries later in the state of Texas – where bootlegging and speakeasies were common – and you paid to see the pig on the farm and were served some liquor, we called that a BLIND PIG. Our roots run deep and are rich with prohibition era history. Fast forward to modern day California and we are following the footsteps of our ancestors. We have perfected alcohol infused confections – we still use the pig as a symbol of our history – except you won’t be thrown in jail for enjoying our craftsmanship. Without question, we have always been urban pioneers and outlaws – so come join our legacy and be an outlaw, too.
Legacy of Craftsmanship
We live by a few short rules:
Food can taste extraordinary in its simplicity.
Quality over quantity. Craft over commodity.
We are committed to making the best locally sourced, small batch: caramels, brittle, marshmallows, and other confections. Each piece of confection is hand crafted, artfully packaged and shipped to its final destination with love, care and a little bit of outlaw. Just as important as our commitment to making the best confections, is our commitment to our customers. We take great steps to make products of extraordinary quality, and we believe we have an obligation to do so in a responsible and sustainable way. We strive to source locally certified humane dairy; locally and sustainable spirits, and are constantly looking to cultivate relationships with locally sourced ingredients.
We’re eager to share that which we are so proud of, our confections, made in California, with unique character that can be appreciated by socialites and urban pioneers alike. Just be sure to enjoy responsibly.