Derry Church Artisan Chocolates are for those of you who have taste buds that prefer complex flavors…Your buds will take over your mouth and have you saying things such as “Pardon me, but would you happen to have any Grey Poupon” in a proper English voice as you pull your limousine next to a fellow in his limousine. Or quoting “To be or not to be: that is the question” from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Believe you me, these chocolate bon bons have amazing flavor combinations such as the “Mumbai” with its sweet curry, bittersweet chocolate and topped with toasted black sesame seeds. Or the “oh la la” je adore the “Paris” with french strawberry jam and white chocolate buttercream ganache delicately piped into a bittersweet chocolate. I found that the “Winter Haven” satisfied my sweet tooth for breakfast – fresh squeezed orange juice, orange zest and Grand Marnier liqueur in white chocolate ganache – perfect compliment to my eggs, toast and oh of course – my Wall Street Journal. Yes, I am that sophisticated.
These are amazing flavor blends perfect for gift giving to the love on your list who can appreciate finer flavors and organic ingredients. Their chocolates are produced in micro-batches by, what’s that? HUMANS! Crafted by hand, Chef Eric Cayton is known for using some of the best ingredients – organic creams and butters from farms in PA, spices from around the globe, fresh roasted nuts, top-shelf liquors, organic fruit purees and other 100% natural ingredients. And you can tell from the rich flavors of these little babies – they don’t kid around.
Take a peek at their Valentine’s Day Truffles – my mouth is watering just thinking about this gift of 15 pieces of “Sucre-Cannelle” truffles ($32) (lay terms – Sugar – Cinnamon). Your love’s sweet tooth with thank you again, and again, and again…until they’re all gone.
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