Salt of the Swiss Alps Chocolate Caramels

$7.50

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As featured in The Wall Street Journal & Reader's Digest.

Delicate caramels made by hand from pure cane sugar using an old-world Swiss technique and blended with pure salt from the heart of the Swiss mountains. Our rich caramel mixture is hand-deposited into molds and gently coated with our Swiss milk or dark chocolate to create an exquisite, buttery caramel with the perfect balance of sweet and savory flavor. 

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Details

SIZES:

1.5 oz (4 pieces) - 6" L x 1 ¼” W x ⅞” H
7.5 oz (20 pieces)  - Approx 7.5"L x 3"W x 1.5"H

INGREDIENTS:

Milk Chocolate Caramels: 
Sugar, Cream,
Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Beans, Cocoa Butter, Whole Milk Powder, Sunflower Lecithin, Vanilla), Butter (Milk), Salt, Vanilla, Cream of Tartar.

Dark Chocolate Caramels: 
Sugar, Cream, Dark Chocolate (Cocoa Beans, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Sunflower Lecithin, Madagascar Vanilla), Butter (Milk), Salt, Vanilla, Cream of Tartar. 

Contains milk. Made in a facility with flour and nuts. No peanuts on premises. No wheat. No gluten. No preservatives. Enjoy within a few months of purchase. Store in a cool dry place away from heat elements or direct sunlight.

As of March 2022, our Milk, Dark and White Chocolate contain sunflower lecithin (no soy) regardless of ingredients that may be listed on packaging.

 

About

Using an old-world Swiss technique, each caramel is made by hand from the stirs of the liquid caramel to the sprinkles of salt on top.

High-quality butter, sugar and cream are slowly heated to just the right temperature to achieve a trademark silky texture. The caramel mixture is combined with Sel des Alpes' pure Salt of the Swiss Alps, hand-deposited into molds, then gently coated with our signature Swiss milk or dark chocolate.

The resulting confection is soft, buttery rich, and the perfect balance of sweet and savory in every bite.

View our Salt of the Swiss Alps Chocolate Almonds here.
Read about our collaboration with Sel des Alpes here.
Read about Sel des Alpes here.

 

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