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Tender, hand-cut copper-kettle-cooked vanilla sea salt caramel, enrobed in dark chocolate and hand-topped with Maldon sea salt imported from England.
Cream (milk), Corn Syrup, Sugar, Dark Chocolate (unsweetened chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin [an emulsifier], vanilla extract), Evaporated Milk, Sea Salt, Stabilizer (palm oil, soya lecithin), Butter (milk), Soy Lecithin (soybean), Vanilla Extract, Honey.
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Always a hit
Dec 16, 2016 | By SandyK
We send these as gifts often and the recipients love them
The best EVER
Jun 17, 2016 | By Joy victor
I never liked caramels my whole life. When I tasted these dark chocolate salted moonstruck ones- I was totally OVER THE MOON! They do NOT stick in your teeth and they are just the correct chewy-ness. I always look for these on any trips we take. They are truly the BEST. Even better than chocolate caramels in Paris.
Heaven in Chocolate Form
Jun 1, 2016 | By Telly
My mom and I sampled these and it was love at first bite. They're expensive to be sure, but well worth it! Everything tastes quality, real.
I love the quotes an
Aug 3, 2014 | By Adriana
I love the quotes and know what you mean about Moonstruck thuogh I would not say it was my favorite movie. It's funny. I went with my 11 year old daughter to see the new Harry Potter movie last night. I actually enjoyed it. But maybe it was just the chance to have that special time with her. But she asked me what my favorite movie of all times is and I could not answer. There are so many movies that I love. Among them: DIva. The Gods Must Be Crazy. Brother from Another Planet. Manhattan. I used to really love Harold and Maude but I haven't seen it in a while and not sure if it would still hold up. A Room with a View. Just to start. Thanks for provoking these thuoghts. Sorry it has been so long since I have visited.love,Erika
Since Spouse always
Aug 3, 2014 | By Jonalisa
Since Spouse always has to work late Thursdays, we did our usual "love day" cebatrelion last night. Flowers, check. Wine, check. Steak and potatoes, check. Chocolate, check. A DVD and snuggling on the couch, check. It's a regular weeknight, but with more expensive food and drink.Romantic book? Gilead, by Marilynne Robinson. It's not about romance in the conventional sense of the word; it's a long love letter from an elderly father to his young wife and very young son. Lots of longing and reflection.Romantic movie? Speaking of Groundhog Day, I think that may be one of the more romantic movies I've seen.Romantic song? "Dressy" by Reigning Sound. I have a soft spot for straight-up rock, and an even softer spot for bands who can do a couple unbelievable ballads in the midst of a straight-up rock album.