This collection honors the wise elders of our forests who provide us with food, clean air and shelter. An assortment of 8 chocolate bonbons in an array of tree-based flavors and textures to explore and savor, with maple and birch syrups, juniper berries and spruce needles, hickory bark and tree nuts in delicious and adventurous combinations. Packaged in a handsome box bound with a slim ivory band and a guide to the flavors.
Due to seasonality and availability, boxes may not include the exact pieces shown, but will be equally beautiful, forest-y and delicious!
Our chocolate bonbons are made without preservatives and the freshest, finest ingredients, many sourced from the fields and forests of Vermont. With this in mind many are made to order, so please allow three to five business days for us to make them before we ship them out to you!
Chocolate Base Ingredients:
dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, natural vanilla)
milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa beans, whole milk powder, soya lecithin, natural vanilla extract)
white chocolate (refined sugar, cacao butter, cocoa beans, whole milk powder, soy lecithin, natural vanilla extract. May contain traces of nuts, peanuts, soybeans)
May contain these other Ingredients: heavy cream, butter, maple syrup, maple sugar, smoked maple syrup, organic brown sugar, organic raw cane sugar, buttermilk, peanut butter (peanuts), raw honey, walnuts, cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, mint leaf, basil leaf, matcha green tea, cocoa powder, bee pollen, saffron, dried blueberry, dried juniper berry, sea salts.
See enclosed description for seasonal ingredients.
Allergen Alert: contains soy, dairy, nuts (peanuts, tree nuts)
Made in a facility that processes nuts, wheat, dairy, soy
People who are allergic to nuts should not eat our chocolates
Chocolate bonbons are at their optimal flavor and texture if consumed within 2 weeks of their creation, and can be stored and enjoyed for up to 6 weeks. Store chocolate bonbons in a dark, cool, dry place, best temperatures between 60-70ºF.