Easter Treasures
Easter Treasures
Easter Treasures
Easter Treasures
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Easter Treasures

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Taste your way from NYC to Beverly Hills, with this curated gift box of unique treats featuring some of the oldest chocolatiers and confectioneries in the nation! Open each door on this custom designed keepsake box to discover 12 delicious Easter treasures and their 100+ years of stories to share with your family. Plus you are supporting 12 - 15 small businesses and food producers with your purchase too. These Easter treats have passed the test of time—only 400 are available - so reserve your treasure box today!

 

Free shipping in contiguous United States, or save $12 per order with code PICKUP12 when you choose curbside pick-up at our Wauwatosa, WI location. 

 

Gift Box Includes

  • Aigner Chocolates - Making Austrian style chocolates since 1930, Aigner Chocolate and their solid chocolate bunny butt has become an institution in the state of New York!
  • Oaks Chocolates - More than 130 years old and 5 generations later, Oaks Chocolates is Wisconsin’s oldest chocolate shop and still hand dipping chocolates and sweets.
  • Shane Confectionery - Built in 1863, this Philadelphia establishment is America's oldest continuously operating confectionery. Using a century-old recipe, they churn buttercream on a 1910’s cream beater, and make clear "toy" candies by casting them into Victorian molds—a Pennsylvania German holiday tradition.
  • Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie - Billed as America's Oldest Candy Company, Ye Old Pepper Candy Companie has been creating sweet treats in Salem, Massachusetts since 1806.
  • Anderson’s Candy Shop - Customers have made these Chocolate Krispy Nests a part of their Easter traditions since 1919. Handmade in the stateline shop by the fourth generation of Anderson's in Illinois.
  • Buddy Squirrel - Polish immigrants first opened Buddy Squirrel in 1916 and they have been making their original whipped creme eggs ever since. No Easter is complete without them!
  • Kooper-Kettle Candies - The Greer Family has been making fine chocolates and candies— including these traditional Chocolate Fudge Eggs at Kopper Kettle in Arkansas since 1925.
  • Freese's Candy Shoppe - A staple in its Wisconsin community since 1928, Freese's Candy Shoppe is in its third generation of hand-dipped chocolates and roasted nuts.
  • Li-Lac Chocolates - Manhattan's oldest chocolate house dating back to 1923, these buttercream-filled eggs are made with the original recipe brought from Greece by Li-Lac Chocolates’ founder.
  • Edelweiss Chocolates - Started in 1942 during the golden age of Hollywood, this light and fluffy bunny is a Beverly Hills, CA tradition and features the homemade marshmallow recipe that started it all for this iconic institution!
  • Morke's Chocolates - Morke's Chocolates began in 1920 in downtown Chicago. They’ve spent the last century creating chocolate molds and continue to delight their customers four generations later! 
  • Schmipff's Confectionery - The Schmipff family set up shop in Jeffersonville, Indiana after immigrating to the United States from Germany in the 1870’s and have been making Red Hot Hoppers as their famous sweet cinnamon candies since 1891.

The physical box is 15 inches high x 11 inches wide x 4 inches, with each daily item being contained within a 3 inch square cube. All items are non-perishable, and refrigeration is not needed upon receipt of the box.