Overall, the result is agreeable but not spectacular, particularly considering the amount of labor and expensive fancier nuts going into it. But all it contains is what we put into it, which today is a big plus, and the mix of ingredients delivers more nutrients and fiber compared to a single nut butter. We'll try it in a smoothie at some point. I expect it would work great in foodcookies or powerballs, or otherwise as an ingredient replacing peanut butter. We may tinker with the ingredients -- for instance, I'm curious whether increasing a fancy nut (like the Brazils), adding one honey-roasted nut type or some spices would punch up the flavor. We love honey-roasted peanut butter and have made candied nuts many times. I imagine this would be a most excellent base for nut curry. *ponder* And people make meat sauces from nuts, so that would make masala stick to things and that gives me further ideas to try.
A very interesting experiment, worth trying if you like nut/seed butters.