The medium Hanukkah Chocolate Assortment: 30 pieces of deliciousness (all photos © Burdick Chocolate).
 You can repurpose the empty box for jewelry, keepsakes, office supplies—or use it to package another gift.
 Some of the bonbons.
 Close up on the menorah bonbon.
 The large box, 50 bonbons.
L.A. Burdick is one of the finest artisan chocolatiers in America. For the first time, the company is debuting a special Hanukkah chocolate box. The individual bonbons feature ingredients that are central to Jewish cuisine and imagine what some of the quintessential Jewish foods might taste like as chocolate bonbons. (No, there are no matzoh ball bonbons. See the flavors below.)
A variety of Hanukkah-inspired bonbons, as well as signature bonbons from the Burdick signature collection, are presented in Burdick’s elegant wooden gift box (which is a keeper).
Each box is hand-tied with a blue ribbon and hand-stamped with a silver menorah design wax seal.
The collection is available now through December 10th, while supplies last.
You can order:
A medium box of 30 pieces (photos #1 and #2).
A large box of 50 pieces (photo #5).
WHAT’S IN THE BEAUTIFUL WOOD BOX?
Both boxes include:
Applesauce. A take on the traditional accompaniment to latkes served during Hanukkah, here pâte de fruit made from freshly juiced green apples is enrobed in milk chocolate.
Coconut Macaroon. An interpretation of the classic Jewish dessert associated with Passover, but equally delicious all year. Dark chocolate ganache is combined with coconut milk, shredded coconut, and coconut liqueur and hand-piped to resemble a macaroon.
Halvah. A nod to the rich Middle Eastern confection that is beloved by Jewish populations around the world. White chocolate ganache with tahini is enrobed in dark chocolate and sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds.
Lekach. Inspired by the classic Jewish honey cake, this is dark chocolate ganache with honey, cinnamon, ginger, and clove, enrobed in dark and milk chocolate.
Olive Oil & Rosemary. Celebrating one of the iconic symbols of Hanukkah, the miraculous oil that kept the menorah lit for eight days. Dark chocolate and gianduja blended are with olive oil and infused with rosemary.
Orange Blossom & Fig. The fig, one of the seven crops of Israel named in the Bible, plays a starring role along with orange blossom water in this dark chocolate bonbon.
Rugelach. Prunes, raisins, and walnuts flavor this chocolate interpretation of the traditional Jewish pastry that originated in Eastern Europe, and has become a staple of the Jewish dessert repertoire.
Hanukkah Bonbon Flavors
Baton Framboise. Dark chocolate ganache blended with French raspberries.
Fig. Dark chocolate ganache with figs and Port wine.
Hazelnut. Dark chocolate and hazelnut gianduja with a touch of orange zest, enrobed in milk chocolate.
Orinoco. Semi-dark chocolate ganache with hints of Caribbean spices, rum, and cocoa nibs.
Porto Baton. A baton of dark chocolate ganache with hints of cinnamon, cardamom, and chopped hazelnuts.
Praline Croquant. Dark chocolate praline with almond croquant.
The Richelieu. Dark chocolate ganache blended with gianduja and cherries marinated in housemade cherry brandy.
Sava (Vanilla). Dark chocolate ganache infused with fresh Madagascan vanilla beans and freshly grated nutmeg.
Classic Burdick Bonbon Flavors
Oh, how delicious!
HEAD TO BURDICK CHOCOLATE.COM TO ORDER YOURS!
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