Kate Shaffer combines exquisitely textured, delicious chocolate with the freshest, locally produced cream, butter, herbs, fruits and flowers that have been gathered from family farms and gardens in Maine, resulting in a world-class confection.
Isle-au-Haut, Maine (PRWEB) December 13, 2014
Black Dinah Chocolatiers - the Maine-based makers of signature chocolates, gourmet truffles, and sipping chocolate – have come up with the perfect way to say “I Love You” to family and friends this Holiday Season with its gift boxes of Grand Assortment and Caramels. Revel in the ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ of your loved ones as they jostle for another Sexy Mexi, Chocolate Gingerbread, Gonne, Maude or Eastside Flamingo truffle.
Black Dinah Chocolatiers uses single-origin chocolates from Venezuela and Peru, which have been grown and produced with respect for the land and the human and animal communities that live there. Chocolatier Kate Shaffer, combines these exquisitely textured, delicious chocolates with the freshest, locally produced cream, butter, herbs, fruits and flowers that have been gathered from a dynamic network of family farms and gardens in Maine. The result is a world-class confection that has garnered accolades and awards from near and far.
Grand Assortment: For the no-holds-barred chocolate lover, this collection features Black Dinah’s most popular bittersweet, milk and white chocolate truffles and sea salt caramels. The perfect starter box if you haven’t tried these chocolates before, or a fitting gift for the friend whose culinary tastes remain a mystery—or for the one who loves it all!
8 Piece Box at $15.75
18 Piece Box at $35.25
28 Piece Box at $54.50
Caramels: An assortment of Black Dinah’s Sea Turtles and Flagship Caramels available in 8-piece ($15.75), 18-piece ($35.25) and 28-piece boxes ($54.50).
These gift boxes, together with all other Black Dinah offerings, can be ordered online at http://www.blackdinahchocolatiers.com
ABOUT BLACK DINAH CHOCOLATIERS
Kate and Steve Shaffer founded Black Dinah Chocolatiers (http://www.blackdinahchocolatiers.com) in 2007 on Isle-au-Haut, Maine - one of only 15 remaining year-round island communities in the state. All chocolates are hand-made by Kate on the island, where the couple also maintains a seasonal café for the island summer residents and visitors that come from every state in the U.S.
A self-taught chocolatier, Kate has been recognized by Dessert Professional Magazine as one of 10 top chocolatiers in North America. Her best-selling book, Desserted, features over 45 of her delicious recipes, and describes the realities of living on a remote Maine Island.