New Ways to Savor The Met

From punchy Chinese chili oils to potent Ethiopian spices, strong Turkish coffee to sweet French macarons, The Met Store is delighted to offer an expanding range of tasty treats.

Preview some of our latest goodies below, and stop by our new consumables counter on your next visit to The Met Fifth Avenue.

The consumables counter at The Met Fifth Avenue


DeLight Patisserie “I Love The Met” Shortbread Cookies

After devouring 5,000 years of art, treat yourself to a pack of vanilla shortbread cookies celebrating The Met (shown above).

Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue.


Di Martino Italian Maiolica Assorted Pasta Tin

This gorgeous and giftable offering contains six individually packaged parcels of various durum wheat semolina pastas—penne mezzani rigate, tortiglioni, elicoidali, fresine, bucatini, and linguini—all crafted by the Italian pasta makers at Di Martino.

Each limited-edition pasta tin is richly decorated with motifs from three 16th-century Italian maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) dishes in The Met collection—a nod to Italian heritage and craft.

Dish (piatto): Man Washing the Mouth of an Ass. Italian, Deruta. Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware), ca. 1550–60. Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 1975.1.1039


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue and online.


Junzi Year of the Dragon Celebration Chili Oils and Dry-Aged Tea

Running in 12-year cycles, each year of the traditional East Asian lunar calendar corresponds to one of the 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac. Celebrate the mysterious mythological dragon in 2024 and beyond with these limited-edition chili oils and a jar of dry-aged tangerine tea by Junzi.

Courtesy of Junzi


The packaging honors the colorful dragon on a medallion made in the 16th century during China’s Ming dynasty (1368–1644). Contemporary records note that members of the imperial family wore dragon medallions, and this richly embroidered roundel was probably meant to decorate a robe.

Dragon medallion. China. Silk and metallic-thread tapestry (kesi), 16th century. Fletcher Fund, 1936 36.65.33


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue and on Junzi's website.


Buunni Coffees

Sourced from the lush hills of southern Ethiopia and roasted locally in New York City, Buunni Coffee is a bridge between old and new homes for husband-and-wife team Elias Gurmu and Sarina Prabasi.

Courtesy of Bunnii Coffee


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Cloisters.


MarieBelle Chocolates and Hot Chocolate Mix

The Met and MarieBelle present gourmet treats handmade in New York with responsibly sourced ingredients.

MarieBelle 9-piece chocolate box and hot chocolate set. Courtesy of MarieBelle.


Decorated with motifs inspired by highlights of The Met collection, each chocolate is a work of art. Choose between a 9-piece box with or without a tin of hot chocolate (also sold separately), and a 2-piece offering presented in a charmining miniature Met Store shopping bag.

Courtesy of MarieBelle


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue.


Ladurée Macarons

Produced in collaboration with Ladurée, the iconic French retailer of high-end sweets, each six-piece box of pistachio, almond, and rose macarons is embellished with a detail from Vincent van Gogh’s (Dutch, 1853–1890) Roses (1890). This beloved still life in The Met collection is one of four exceptional spring bouquets that the artist completed just before his departure from the asylum in Saint-Rémy.

Courtesy of Ladurée


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue.


Red Fox Spices

Add some flare to your fare with these Ethiopian spices from Red Fox. Each set of 4 includes a 3-ounce glass jar of Berbere, an Ethiopian chili pepper blend; Mitten Shiro, a powdered legume blend; Qibbeh, a butter clarifying blend; and Korerima, Ethiopian cardamom.

Courtesy of Red Fox Spices


Available for purchase at The Met FIfth Avenue.


Selamlique Turkish Coffee and Turkish Delights

Derived from the term selamlık, referring to the area in Ottoman homes where guests were entertained, Selamlique is an Istanbul-based brand devoted to Turkish coffee—best sipped in the company of others—and shareable confectionery.

Courtesy of Selamlique


These assorted chocolate-covered Turkish delights are presented in an elegant box reproducing the motif on a kaleidoscopic Turkish tile panel in The Met collection. Such early 17th-century tiles were made in the renowned Iznik kilns, which produced splendid ceramic wares for the Ottoman court.

Tile Panel. Made in Turkey, Iznik. Stonepaste; polychrome painted under transparent glaze; early 17th century. Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 17.190.2087


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Cloisters.


Jacques Torres Chocolates

From the renowned New York City–based French pastry chef and chocolatier Jacques Torres is a tempting selection of chocolate chip cookies, chocolate bark, and chocolate-covered delights, from pretzels to pomegranates.

Courtesy of Jacques Torres


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue. Select Jacques Torres consumables are also available at The Cloisters.


The Met Popcorn

The perfect pick-me-up after an exhilarating day of looking at art.

Caramel popcorn


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue at The Cloisters.


Runamok Honey and Maple Syrup

Husband-and-wife team Eric and Laura Sorkin harvest the natural delights of Vermont in their syrups, honeys, and more. Shop their Beekeeper's Cut Autumn Blossom Honey and Sugarmaker’s Cut organic Vermont maple syrup at The Met Store.

Courtesy of Runamok


Available for purchase at The Met Fifth Avenue.


We're always adding new products inspired by over 5,000 years of art at The Met, so be sure to visit us in-store and online.