Harbor Sweets Debuts New Holiday Gifts for 2012

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Chocolatier Offers One-of-A-Kind Delicious Holiday Gift Ideas for All on Your List from Seaside Wrapped Assortments and Nantucket Ornaments to Ice Cream Sundae Kits and Advent Calendars

Harbor Sweets’ factory has been described as ‘Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory meets Santa’s Workshop’ and offers weekly tours.

“You can always count on a gift of chocolate to bring out a smile. We’ve worked with our customers over the last year to improve our packaging to make gift giving even more thrilling,” said Harbor Sweets President and Owner Phyllis LeBlanc.

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Harbor Sweets®, the celebrated chocolatier that harkens back to a simpler age of handcrafted chocolate, debuts a new decadent season of festive gifts for the holidays. The 2012 line offers a range of one-of-a-kind, artistic packaged gifts for coastal and beach lovers as well as equestrian-enthusiasts. Harbor Sweets uses copper kettles and wooden paddles to create its chocolates, and hand dips, molds and packs each box with personal pride. Gifts can be purchased online, at 800-243-2115 or at one of 110+ retailers nationwide.

“You can always count on a gift of chocolate to bring out a smile. We’ve worked with our customers over the last year to improve our packaging to make gift giving even more thrilling,” said Harbor Sweets President and Owner Phyllis LeBlanc. “We expect that gift givers will enjoy discovering the perfect item that meets their price point, whether it’s in our traditional wood keepsake boxes, Red Four Tier boxes or our new Ice Cream Sundae Kits and coastal influenced gift wrapped Assortments.” A short list of new options to consider include:

NEW! Seaside Wrapped Gift Assortments – Harbor Sweets Gift Assortments are exquisitely filled with iconic Sweet Sloops®, a delicious almond butter crunch shaped sailboat with white chocolate covered jibs floating in dark chocolate, plus favorite Classics in dark and milk chocolate. The red and gold Assortments are wrapped with a coastal touch. Thirty pieces are $28.00 and 20 pieces are $19.50 MSRP.

NEW! Basket Ornament – This handmade, authentic Nantucket style woven basket is a chocolate tease for a Christmas tree. It contains two delicious Nantucket Basket® candies that are whole toasted almonds in rich dark chocolate. $19.95 MSRP.

NEW! Harbor Sweets Ice Cream Sundae Kit – This kit is perfect for a blustery night with friends. Ice cream aficionados will appreciate this full size scoop plus three of Harbor Sweets’ delectable Ice Cream Toppings (Sweet Sloops Crunch, Creamy Caramel Sauce and Dark Chocolate Sauce). $49.95 MSRP.

NEW! Harbor Sweets Christmas Calendars – Seafarers and equestrians clamor for Harbor Sweets’ annual best-selling calendars that include classic chocolates in a range of flavors. Each of the 25 doors opens to reveal a chocolate treasure. Acclaimed Maine artist Anne Kilham designed “Snow on Pumpkin Island” that contains 28 assorted chocolates including Sweet Sloops. $29.95 MSRP. Noted equine artist Jocelyn Sandor Urban created Harbor Sweets’ Dark Horse Chocolates®’ calendar that captures the warmth of the holiday with a hillside equestrian scene of a farm at Christmas. This calendar contains 26-pieces of assorted milk and dark chocolates. $29.95 MSRP.

About Harbor Sweets – An American chocolate tradition since 1973, Harbor Sweets produces handcrafted artisan chocolates from its original historic red brick building on the coast of Salem, Massachusetts. Harbor Sweets uses only the finest and freshest ingredients and is known for its iconic Sweet Sloops, along with its beloved themed gifts celebrating outdoor activities and historic New England sites. Harbor Sweets are sold in exclusive gift and gourmet shops in more than 20 states and shipped worldwide. Factory tours are available. High-res JPGs available. For a full product catalog or purchasing, visit http://www.harborsweets.com. Twitter: @harborsweets - Facebook.com/HarborSweetsSalemMA

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