New Hanukkah Chocolate!

Author: Kim | November 10, 2010 | FestivitiesSpecial-Offers

Hanukkah is.. the Festival of Lights... instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights!

when is hanukkah 2010 hanukkah chocolateThe holidays are rapidly approaching, and it's not too long until Hanukkah (or Chanukah) begins at sundown on Wednesday, December 1st. If you've started your Hanukkah shopping, we've added a special, limited edition chocri for gift-giving. (Or personal enjoyment!)

Here's the description from our recommended creations section:

"In 2010, Hanukkah begins on December 1st. In honor of the holiday, we've created a grown up version of the traditional gold coins of childhood. We've kept the creamy milk chocolate, adding gelt-like gold flakes, sweet-tart figs, tasty pecans and pretty marzipan stars for a more sophisticated Hanukkah treat."

Because Hanukkah lasts eight nights, we've priced this bar at eight dollars. (And if you're curious, our chocolate is kosher, but the end product can't be certified kosher due to the variable toppings.) What would you like to see on a Hanukkah (or Chanukah) chocolate bar? Let us know in the comments!


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