Let us set the scene for you. The weather is a little cooler, the sun sets a little earlier, and the once green foliage is now turning brilliant hues of red, orange, and yellow. Swimsuit season is over, and big, comfy sweater season is just beginning, so it's finally time to indulge in dessert. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we implore you to get back into the habit of eating tasty treats. You know, for practice.
Our point is... Fall is here, and not a moment too soon because our biological clock has already been set to 'pumpkin spice and everything nice'. Allow us to present our fall collection of goodies that will have you wishing the season would never end!
There really is no better season for nostalgia than fall. Our Apple Pie chocolate bar from our Nostalgia Collection is made in tribute to that time of the year when homemade baked goods and sweet moments with family are plentiful. Made with creamy smooth milk chocolate and familiar flavors of cinnamon and apple rounded out with a crisp dash of sea salt. Once you take a bite, you'll be filled with memories of grandma taking a fresh pie out of the oven.
Delight in almonds that are generously doused and kettle-cooked in the pinnacle of fall flavor: pumpkin spice. Our Kettle-Cooked Pumpkin Spice Almonds are crafted with the elite combination of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and exotic spices. Just opening the bag and taking a deep inhale of the harvest aroma will evoke a relentless urge to drape your home in buffalo plaid and wear your scarf and beanie indoors.
As if you've tapped the tree yourself, our Kettle-Cooked Maple-Flavored & Bourbon-Infused Pecans have that exact flavor you crave. The sweetness of the maple complemented by the full-bodied warmth of the bourbon essence makes for a classy and cultured fall snack. A handful of these pecans crunch in your mouth like the fallen leaves crunching underneath your very-much-still-in-style Uggs.
So, don't go apple-picking, hay-riding, pumpkin-carving, and certainly not corn-mazing without these treats...If you know what's 'gourd' for you.