While we’re having protracted summer weather this year, soon the temperatures will be cooling, the leaves will be swirling, and it will be time to enjoy the flavors of Fall.

At Woodhouse Chocolate, a family enterprise and a Napa Valley destination, that means beautiful bonbons in seasonal flavors:

  • Candy Corn: A white chocolate ganache with flavors of candy corn in a white shell.
  • Maple Crunch: A layer of pure maple syrup white chocolate ganache and a layer white chocolate and feuilletine crunch in a dark shell.
  • Pumpkin Pie: Real pumpkin purée and white chocolate form the ganache that fills a milk chocolate shell.
  • Toasted Cashew: House made cashew butter, milk chocolate and chopped cashews in a shell of milk chocolate.
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    The 12-piece Fall Collection in a beautiful “keeper” box (photo #1) is $ 30.00. Get yours here.

    Your Thanksgiving host will love them, as will any chocolate lover with a palate for fine flavors and an eye for beauty.
     
     
    HALLOWEEN CHOCOLATES

    While the bonbons are sure to thrill sophisticated palates during the season, Woodhouse makes plenty of Halloween-specific chocolates for kids and the kids in all of us: bats, ghosts, jack-o-lanterns, skeletons, spiders and witches.

    We’re partial to the chocolate eyeballs and the Dia De Los Muertos chocolate skulls (photo #2).

    Woodhouse Chocolate has long been a favorite at The Nibble. Read our review.

     


    [1] Woodhouse Fall bonbon collection. Get it here.


    [2] Dia De Los Muertos skull get them here, in three different designs (both photos © Woodhouse Chocolate).

     

      


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