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Almonds, organic wheat-free tamari seasoning (water, organic soybeans, salt, organic alcohol).
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Reviews For Tamari Almonds
Based on 13 Reviews
Not enough flavor
Don't get me wrong...I like these, but they just don't have a ton of flavor. The Tamara is subtle, and the nuts are not salted (which could be a positive), but I just wanted more flavor.
Love in an Almond
Love the taste of Tamari almonds. I've read some of the reviews and I guess this is a very personal taste. I was introduced to Tamari almonds in Ithaca NY. Love this product.
these are large and delicious tamari almonds...the best I have found
My family and I love these tamari almonds by themselves, or in a mix to take on treks with us. You should definitely try them!
I always have a bag of these at my desk. They are a wonderfully crunchy, salty, healthier (than chips and pretzels) snack.
Not only the almonds did not taste fresh, somewhat stale... but lacked flavor... I will using for cooking perhaps, but as a healthy snack they are not pleasant. Would not buy them again, would not recommend them... not worth the price... much better options for the money
- Juan Torres
Hard to find Tamari Almonds. So glad Thrive has them. Very fair price. Solo delicious, to the point of addictive!
huge, plump and delicious...these are bigger than what I buy bulk in organic store
These are addicting!!!! They are such a flavorful and different option than regular almonds I love Tamari almonds, but these are by far my favorite!
Nice flavor twist
Perfect for snacking. A nice bit of flavor adds just enough pizzaz to make things interesting.
- H S
Love these nuts! Nothing not to love about them. Salty, always fresh and crunchy.
I wanted to try these tamari almonds, because I like spiced nuts a lot, and a friend had recommended tamari as something I should get into. I guess the flavor is best described as a stronger version of soy sauce, and it was too much for me, because it overwhelmed the taste of the almonds. I like that it's wheat free and gluten-free as well, but for me, the tamari is so powerful that it pretty much erases any texture from the almonds, which is kind of defeating the purpose. If you're into tamari, this is probably great. But if you want a subtle hint of tamari, this may be too strong.
Woodstock makes a range of organic nuts that I really like. I've bought the organic walnuts and halves for baking, and I like these almonds as a change of pace for my snacks. If you like tamari spice, you'll love these nuts. The tamari is strong and flavorful and it gives the almonds a kick that you'll enjoy even if you've never tried tamari before. The almonds are all-natural, and the tamari has no wheat, just soybeans, salt and water.
I like to substitute these for my raw almonds every now and then, and I find that they work well too if I make a little trail mix of these, the walnuts and the cashews as well. That's something you can do if you find the tamari flavor is too overpowering.
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