At a fine restaurant, after a five course dinner, including dessert, the sixth course is a dish of chocolates or mignardises with coffee.
The founders of Sixth Course Artisan Confections describe them selves as “good pastry chefs [gone] rogue.”
The Bay Area confectioners used Guittardcouverture chocolate, made in San Francisco, along with local dairy and Start with two talented pastry chefs: Borganic herbs, then chose sustainable, recycled packaging
The results are superb. While there’s no heart-shaped gift box, if your Valentine craves the finest couverture and exciting flavors, head to SixthCourse.com to partake of these lovelies.
Chef’s Choice boxes, shown in the photo, are made in Caramels, Sampler and Wine & Spirits Sampler. One of each would be just perfect for this chocolate lover.
Chef’s Choice is a sampling of the superb bonbons, caramels and truffles; but you can also have one of everything. Photo courtesy SixthCourse.com.
Caramels for your Valentine: Passion Fruit Habanero and Cayenne. Photo courtesy Sixth Course.
Individual flavors can be hand-selected. Current flavors include Baileys & Cream, Brandied Cherry, Cayenne Caramel, Ceylon Cinnamon Caramel, Chai Tea Caramel, Champagne Fizz, Coconut Rum, Earl Grey & Candied Meyer Lemon, Grand Marnier Twist, Hazelnut Praline, Honey & Fennel Pollen, Milk Chocolate Malt Crunch, Passion Fruit Caramel, Passion Fruit Habanero Crunch, Raspberry Cosmopolitan, Rosemary Caramel, Sage & Brown Butter Caramel, Smoked Salt Caramel and Whiskey Neat Truffles. Hungry yet?
Heart Shaped Caramels. For Valentine’s Day, six Passion Fruit Habanero Caramels and six Cayenne Caramels are packaged in a sustainable, reusable wood box.