My wife's favorite chocolates
She ate them all.....the Fleur de Sel caramels...... I can only wonder at there taste.... I ate all the mints.....so there.
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My favorite source for chocolates is from Recchiuti. My normal purchases typically are the Black Box but I also enjoy trying chocolate bars or specials such as ginger. Haven’t had salted caramel in a while so got some and really loved them. Shared with my daughter and she enjoyed them too. My daughter and I traveled to Brussels in 2019 and sampled many chocolatiers while there. Chocolates were good but perhaps I’ve been spoiled by Recchutti products and prefer them more. Keep up the good work
My favorite chocolate!
These small caramels are the perfect blend of chewy caramel covered in rich, dark chocolate. I have to order multiple boxes because they don’t last long in our home.
An addiction that doesn’t need fixing!
These caramels become the go-to confection for everyone I've ever gifted. It's easy to become a glutton for these creamy, buttery, salty, balanced caramels!
These are so delicious, not overly sweet and sized perfectly for a little decadent treat. The salt is a great touch and really brings out the flavor.
Your salted caramels could not be better (nor more addictive!)
What kind of a question is that?! Your chocolates are all exquisitely delicious! The only glitch in ordering from you is your use of FedEx. It always takes its sweet time in delivering; this last order took 5 days from the notice it had left your packing location and 3 days from landing at an airport 2 1/2 hours away. FedEx also has left your packages in the sun. Why not use UPS? or even USPS Priority? I'd hate to have those sweet treats spoil. Happy New Year! I'm hopeful that we'll be able to travel so that I can return to your Ferry Building location.:-)
I love the size of these rich, intense caramel treats which everyone seems to love. I get requests to bring them to dinners, they pair well with anything.
After visiting our son in San Francisco, my wife has come to appreciate the difference between convenient corporate chocolate and craft chocolate. The problem is the price associated with trying a new chocolatier. It’s not that the price per ounce is too high, it’s the cost of shipping and package for trying an unknown craftsperson. Luckily, Recchiuti ended up being a good trial purchase. While it would be nice if the shipping cost were just added into the cost of the product (for mental benefit), the shipping cost was not too prohibitive to make me regret trying these chocolates. My wife was absolutely delighted with the packaging and presentation and I feel that does help make the added touch to not feel bad about 12 dollar shipping (or however much I paid). She said the product itself was superb and rivaled our normal go-to Dandelion. The brownies were reported to be moist and rich. We live in Michigan, so ordering god-tier chocolate feels pretentious, but my wife is worth it, and I WILL make the purchase again. For anyone hesitant about making this purchase, I suggest you DO IT. There is no point in eating garbage grocery store chocolate after tasting the love put into this craft product. Only change I would make would be having a combo box of this product mixed with the burnt caramel, or allowing a small sampler add-on to an order. Again, the hesitation only comes from the shipping cost.
The best balance of any caramel you can find
The most wonderful delicacy in this world!
I was disappointed not a single box had a ribbon on it. I plan to give them as gifts over the holidays. Other than that, they are perfect.