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Our popular house made, kettle-cooked vanilla sea salt caramel enrobed in dark chocolate and finished with a sprinkling of imported Maldon sea salt for the perfect blend of salt and sweet. Box of 20 caramels.
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.