We are happy to announce that Manba will be attending the One of a Kind Show (OOAK) in Toronto starting March 28, 2018! As you may already know if you are following us on social media, Manba is slowly starting to enter the Ontario market. We attended the One of a Kind Show in May 2017 for the first time and it was such a great success that we decided to come back for this year’s edition!
As you may know, our peanut butter (and our name) is inspired by the traditional spicy Haitian peanut butter, Manba. Each jar of Manba contains 100 grams of Haitian peanuts. Since our origins are deeply connected to Haiti, we want to take you on a culinary journey to this country that is very dear to […]
Quite often, when we do tastings, we get the question, “So, how do you eat spicy peanut butter?” Well did you know that some people actually LOVE eating peanut butter in a brown bread sandwich with mayo and pickles! It has actually been a classic in Southern American states since the Great Depression. Additionally, while […]
Did you know that peanuts come in four different types? Some like the Virginia peanuts are large and perfect to be used in gourmet snacks. Others like the Spanish peanuts are rather small, have a red-brown skin and are often used to make the famous red candied peanuts we all love, and runner peanuts are […]
You may have noticed that we recently changed the name of our spicy Haitian peanut butter from “D&D Mamba” to “Manba”. In Haitian Creole, both ‘mamba’ and ‘manba’ mean peanut butter, however, due to potential trademark issues regarding the name Mamba, we’ve decided to use Manba moving forward. The name has slightly changed but the […]
Fact Since D&D Mamba’s creation in October 2015, they have imported over 7 tonnes of Haitian peanuts! All those rich, nutty peanuts were used to create their very own spicy Haitian-style peanut butter. However, here are a few things you may not know about them, such as, how D&D Mamba came to exist, what sets it apart from […]
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