Aromas of fresh black cherries, strawberries, and red raspberries waft from the bottle that leads to freshly roasted toffee, leather, and oak.
San Luis Obispo’s famous farmers market is lively on a summer evening, with aromas of fresh black cherries, strawberries, and red raspberries coming from the vendors’ stalls. Walking further down Higuera Street you notice a line forming for the kettle corn booth with freshly roasted toffee served warm, and a leatherworker with unique worn leather items. Reaching the end of the market you can almost taste the toasted bread coming from a classic Santa Maria oak pit. Experience the bounty around you.