San Francisco Chocolate Treats Gift Box (ships Dec. 10th)
While chocolate makers like Dandelion Chocolate make chocolate from the bean, chocolatiers use finished chocolate to coat and flavor treats, truffles, bonbons, candy, and confections.
Many of the San Francisco Bay Area chocolatiers included in this collection have collaborated with us since our earliest days, back when we were selling at farmers markets in Noe Valley and the Mission. When we first started, we turned to this community for advice about establishing a chocolate business in San Francisco. We’ve shared each other’s workspaces, taste-tested recipes, traded equipment tips, and commiserated over the city’s crazy permitting processes. It’s an exciting time for San Francisco’s chocolate community, and it wouldn’t be nearly as special without this collaboration between chocolate makers and chocolatiers.
Since we don’t add emulsifiers or additional cocoa butter, our chocolate is more challenging to work with. As a result, making chocolate-covered nuts or truffles can be especially challenging. Still, our collaborators remain undaunted, inventing new recipes and products each year.
Comprised of tried-and-true Dandelion Chocolate team favorites, this set represents tastes of our factory as well as our most inspiring and delicious collaborations.
All of the confections in this collection were made in San Francisco. The beautiful and reusable gift box is patterned with an elegant Dandelion Chocolate design and tied with festive ribbon. The items inside are snugly packed to withstand shipping. And the delicious contents will be thoroughly enjoyed by whomever receives it.
Each San Francisco Chocolate Treats Box includes:
- A three-bar tasting set of single-origin Dandelion Chocolate bars and a tasting guide
- Kika’s Treats Chocolate-Covered Shortbread
- Feve Chocolate-Covered Almonds
- Le Dix-Sept Chocolate Nougat
- Nuubia Hazelnut-Almond Caramel Bar
- Dandelion Chocolate Cocoa Nibs
Note that this product is on backorder and will not ship until December 10th.