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KITSTRUFFLESCARAMELSMARSHMALLOWSHOT CHOCOLATE

Our classic caramel made with Michigan strawberries and 18-year aged balsamic from Old Town Oil. We're so excited to bring back one of our favorite seasonal flavors! The tangy balsamic brings out the sweet, fruity strawberry notes. Seasonal.

Our classic honey caramel infused with lavender blossoms, sprinkled with sea salt. Lavender and honey are a love match, as their floral notes complement each other perfectly. Malden sea salt adds a touch of savory and helps keep it real.

We love our Stivers coffee-infused marshmallow, and decided to take it to the next level with the addition of our coffee chocolate caramel. It's swirled in with loving care, making each bite both fluffy and gooey at once. Have we mentioned how good it is melted in your coffee or hot chocolate? Mmm. Seasonal.

We love lemon poppyseed anything, so had to see if it was as delicious in marshmallow form as we imagined. It is. We make a lemon marshmallow with lemon juice & zest, then fold in crunchy poppyseeds. Amazing toasted for s'mores. Seasonal.

We start with browning butter 'til nutty and golden, then add an extra pinch of sea salt along with milk and semisweet chocolates. A garnish of fleur de sel completes this truffle that is decadent in its simplicity. Seasonal.

We infuse locally-brewed Hazy Hero (Revolution Brewing) with fresh ginger, reduce by half, then blend with white chocolate and candied ginger for a hoppy, zesty confection. Seasonal.

White chocolate, market strawberries, 18-year aged balsamic. A classic combination that everyone should try. The sweetness of the strawberries and white chocolate is perfectly balanced by the acidic yet complex sweetness of the balsamic. We say it tastes like strawberry ice cream. Available until June 30.

Semisweet and bittersweet chocolates with farmers market blueberries, pomegranate juice, and cream infused with our own homegrown basil. Very complex and fun, the flavors will work in layers: first you'll taste dark chocolate and a subtle licorice note from the basil, then the fruit follows up. One of our favorites, and seasonal.