Monroe, Wisconsin (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
Find a sweet way to any mother’s heart with a pretty food gift from The Swiss Colony. She’ll appreciate the re-usable gift tins and hand-decorated treats when you tell her how special she is on Mother’s Day.
Moms will be delighted with a box of Ladybug Truffles ($19.95). Each oversized morsel is decorated with Swiss creme to look like a pretty ladybug and features a silky truffle center that is delectably dreamy.
A box of Melt-In-Your-Mouth Hearts ($19.95) is an easy way to show mom how much she’s cared for. The gift of 25 comes with two varieties - milk chocolate with caramel centers and white chocolate with chocolate mousse centers. Divine!
Chocolate Covered Cherries ($21.95 - $36.95) in a festively colored tin come in two sizes - 10 ounces or a one pound, 3 ounce version. Sweet cherries are enrobed in both milk and dark chocolate. Savor one for dessert to help make the mini treats last.
Spring Bridge Mix ($16.95) is the perfect gift for moms who host events like cards or book clubs. This cheerful tin is brimming with mixed nuts and candies for a superb sweet and salty snack.
“Our gift tins and adorable desserts that are individually hand-decorated have the wow factor for Mother’s Day,” says Becky Henke, VP of Food at Colony Brands. “At SwissColony.com, you don’t have to spend a lot to send a special gift moms will sincerely appreciate.”
For more delicious gift ideas, visit The Swiss Colony to see a huge assortment of the company’s traditional and novelty offerings including baked goods, chocolates, candies, meats and cheeses. It’s easy to shop online at http://www.swisscolony.com.
About The Swiss Colony
The Swiss Colony is a family-owned Wisconsin company that has been creating food gifts for more than 88 years. The company insists on the highest quality ingredients for a large selection of festively packaged gifts for every occasion. Exclusive recipes developed by European Master Bakers and hand-decorated novelties like no other are just two of the reasons customers include The Swiss Colony as part of their holiday traditions year after year.