Purim Products Roundup - Unusual Edibles

 Chocolove Almond and Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Cirque Gift Co Nut Boxes Ceremonie Tea
Barnetts Biscotti Barnett's Choc Dipped Oreos Kayx Chocolate Bark
Neuw Delights Peanut Chews The Nuttery Honey Glazed Nut Trio Tuscanini Parchment Crackers


If you're looking for a special something to gift to an important person in your life, here are some personal favorites.  I have given/received and tasted all of the above items, and have been impressed with the presentation and quality of the foods.

I recently had company from Denver and they brought along some of the Chocolove Almonds and Seasalt Chocolate Bars, they were really
good.  (The company is based out of Denver) note: the chocolate is pareve but made with dairy equipment.

Cirque Gift Co is headquartered in Lakewood NJ and their packaging is quite sophisticated.  Super fresh nuts.

Ceremonie Tea is sure to impress any of your tea aficionados.  Striking Box, Tantalizing Taste.  Just perfect tea.

Barnetts is also headquartered in Lakewood NJ and has been providing me with biscotti for many of my events.  Their plethora of toppings means I can color coordinate with any color scheme.  I was excited when they unleashed their new line of chocolate dipped sandwich cookies.

Kayx's line of Krunch Bark is beautiful and tasty.  I'm glad bark is still in vogue.  It's such a fun item to give (and receive!) available in assorted flavors and sizes.

Neuw Delights checkerboard style peanut chews is a classic treat that's always well received.

The Nuttery honey glazed nut trio is just a perfect addition to your mishloach manos.

If you haven't tasted Tuscanini's Parchment Crackers yet, do yourself a favor...

That's all folks for the 3rd Purim Product Roundup.  Stay tuned for my next installment!

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