These little Matiz tortas de aceite have been popping up as points of purchase in some of the town's best cafes, including Caffè Fioré on Queen Anne and Caffè Vita on Capitol Hill. They are handmade in Seville, Spain—a traditional crispbread made with Spanish olive oil. The sugared version tastes somewhere between a cracker and thin pie crust, with a hint of anisette. The tortas come savory as well, and I imagine those would be great with cheese. But the sugared ones are my double tall latte's new squeeze.
Matiz provides many delicious Spanish snacks available around town, including marcona almonds and an addictive fig bread. You can find their wares near most cheese counters in the city. Power-Selles Imports, a company started in Seattle and headquarted in Woodinville, brings these Matiz goodies into the U.S.