A Winter Giftbox SPECIAL- Chocolate Dipped Citrus with some bonus love (GST incl)
Get in quick to get our World Chocolate Day Special. Right now it feels a bit like the twilight zone, maybe the only antidote right now is to share some love and be kind to ourselves. Buy two boxes (or more) and get 10% off your second (third etc) box - one for you and one to give to your friend.
Offer ends 11.59pm July 14 2020. Dispatch can only be to one address.
Just in time for World Chocolate Day here's to introducing our Winter Giftbox special filled with dried citrus slices - lemon, lime, mandarin, tangelo, navel, Cara Cara and Blood oranges. These are hand dipped in a mix of premium couverture - Callebaut Milk, Dark and Ruby chocolate .
I have also included some very special pieces using South Pacific Cacao. This exclusive Australian Bean-to-Bar chocolate was created by Jessica Pedemont, the Chocolate Artisan and includes 50% Mylk, 50% Mylk Caffe, 60% Dark and 70-75% Dark couverture (all vegan).
As a bonus we will include a slice of dried persimmon dipped in Callebaut Gold (this caramel chocolate is legendary) for you to try... it is World Chocolate Day after all. This is only while stocks last and very limited. Riverland persimmons were difficult to obtain this year given the crop was hard hit from hail storms.
Each box contains a mix of 20 pieces hand dipped in tempered chocolate. Please note we aim for a mix of citrus and chocolate as best as possible. All boxes are gift wrapped and come with a tag so you can write your personalised message. Price is inclusive of GST.
Please note if the temperature is above 30 degrees Celsius we are limited when we can dispatch this product, please check with us before ordering.
We recommend keeping your semi-dried fruit and nuts in the freezer and eating all the chocolate goodies.
A note with the chocolate goodies. If you notice some discoloration of the chocolate this is simply the cocoa butter separating from the cocoa solids and coming to the surface. It doesn't affect the taste of the chocolate, it's not going mouldy and is probably due to temperature fluctuations. If you don't eat all the goodies in one sitting we recommend keeping them in air-tight container at a relatively stable temperature, not in the fridge.
Singing Magpie Produce packs a range of produce on shared equipment including dried fruit and nuts. While we do our best to avoid any kind of cross contamination this can occasionally occur and any of our products may contain traces of these.