We should be the Woodstock Farmers’ Sweet Shoppe. The market has a special corner that is filled to the brim with chocolate and sweets from local producers and from around the world. This box, featuring some of our favorites, is sure to be a home run for the sweet tooth in your life.
- Vermont Amber, 5 oz (White River Jct, VT):
Good Food Award winning toffee made down the road that is really, really outstanding with some really cool concoctions like Fennel Seed, Coconut or Ginger Cookie. We feature best available in this gift box. Certified Organic by Vermont Organic Farmers.
- Vermont Maple Brittle with Almonds (Burlington, VT):
Sweet on Vermont has been making delicious confections since 1996. Their maple brittle is handmade in small batches, using pure Vermont maple syrup, crushed almonds, and creamy Vermont butter.
- Tony’s Chocoloney, 6 oz (Amsterdam)
Big bar, fun bar, slave free bar. All good stuff and now one of our top selling chocolate bars. 6 oz.
- HU Chocolate, 2.1 oz (New York, NY):
HU is paleo, vegan, and stone ground chocolate that’s fast becoming a top seller. Organic, fair traded. Our favorite: Salty Dark Chocolate.
- Halvah Heaven, 4 oz (Sherborn, MA):
Halvah? Yep, it’s a tahini based confection that’s always popular during the Jewish holidays but they have upped the ante to year round Halvah fun. It’s outstanding stuff and one of our hot items for this year. We feature the best available for this box.
- Big Picture Farm Goat Milk Caramels (Townshed, VT):
These award winning caramels are creamy, smooth, and delicious. Plus their packaging is super cute.
- Only Child Chocolate Bar (Portland, OR):
We stumbled upon these cute little bars on a trip out west and fell in love with Only Child’s unique variety of flavors and bright, whimsical boxes. We’ve been carrying them ever since.
- Farmhouse Chocolate Bar, 1.7 oz (Bristol, VT):
Former Vermont dairy farmer and head chocolatier Erlé sources organic, fair-trade, and local ingredients to create his lineup of dark chocolate confections.
*Due to the limited availability of some of our products at different times of the year or if there is a product that is temporarily unavailable, we will just go ahead and substitute another great product of equal value if necessary.