Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2011
With presence in some of the world’s most diverse and cosmopolitan cities, Patchi often creates chocolates to suit various traditions and cultural celebrations. So it is no surprise that as the month of Ramadan begins, Patchi would unveil a unique collection of gifts and delicacies that will delight everyone’s taste and style.
Known for its all natural gourmet chocolates and delicacies, Patchi has created Tasali: a special Ramadan collection of treats that will satisfy ones’ sweet cravings after a long day of fasting. The Tasali collection variety includes premium whole dates, fruit paste, strawberries, orange peel, and roasted nuts. Patchi also offers a no-sugar added variety for those sensitive to sugar but still wanting to indulge in great tasting chocolates.
In addition to Tasali, Patchi offers gift arrangements to take along as an iftar (evening meal) hostess gift, or to share with family, friends, and colleagues for Ramadan and Eid. The handmade gift plates and bowls include chocolate pieces filled with nuts, Gianduja cream, and more as well as chocolate covered nuts (Dragees). The gifts also come accented with decorated chocolate favors and flower bouquets. The décor on the chocolates is made to match this season’s colors-- light blue or salmon blended with metallic bronzes, browns, and beiges.
The Ramadan gift variety is priced between $6 for a two-piece box and $250 for a large tray arrangement. The Tasali collection and gift arrangements are now available for purchase in North America at the company’s online store: http://www.Patchi.us.
Established since 1974 and with a presence in some major world cities such as London, Dubai, and Hong Kong, Patchi provides the utmost in chocolate luxury. Patchi offers a commitment to using only premium cocoa beans and nuts. No preservatives or additives are used. The company maintains a level of artisanship mixed with modern creativity that makes it a destination for gifting and celebrations.
Patchi’s presence in those International cities has prompted the creation of gifts to suit different cultural holidays including Christmas, Ramadan, and Diwali. The next product launch in the USA will be in celebration of the Chinese Moon festival.