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FATHER’S DAY GIFT: Flavored Chocolate Bars

The most fun assortment of chocolate bars.
Photo courtesy Hebert Candies.

Father’s Day is a week from today. If Dad enjoys a chocolate bar, how about giving him twelve of them, all in different fun flavors?

Hebert Candies of Shrewsbury, Massachussetts has created a gift box of delightful chocolate bars—a unique take on this favorite indulgence. There are 12-packs and 6-packs, plus individual bars in whatever flavors you like.

The gift box of 12 bars, $34.95, includes both milk chocolate bars and dark chocolate bars in:

  • Café Espresso Bean
  • Caramel Smoothie
  • Marshmallow S’mores Galore
  • Peanut Butter Cup
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich
  • Peppermint Candy Crunch
  • Poppin’ Candy Crunch
  • Raspberry Burst
  • Salty Sea Shore Caramel
  • Shakin’ Malted Milkshake
  • Smokin’ Chipotle
  • Toffee Munchin’ Crunch
    Additional flavors include Coconut Craze, Kettle Potato Chip, Mint Cookie Crunch, Milk Chocolate With Caramel, Milk Chocolate With Crisped Rice, Milk Chocolate With Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate With Raspberry. Plain bars are available in dark, milk and white chocolate.

    If there’s someplace closer to chocolate bar heaven, we’d like to know about it.


    In 1917, young Frederick Hebert purchased a copper kettle, a knife, a thermometer, a slab of marble and a table. He handcrafted chocolates and caramels in his home kitchen, and sold them to the small neighborhood stores that dotted central Massachusetts.

    Business boomed, and Hebert built the Chocolate Mansion, his chocolate factory in Shrewsbury. If you’re in the area, take a tour of the factory. You’ll be enveloped in the aroma of chocolate that you won’t soon forget.

    In the summer, the venue hosts an oldies car show every Thursday, with a build your own sundae bar. In the winter, you can have your photo taken with Santa, or with the Easter Bunny in the spring.

    According to the company website, Frederick Hebert introduced white chocolate to the United States in 1956, after tasting “white coat” candies in Europe. (The first white chocolate bar was launched by Swiss chocolate manufacturer Nestlé in the 1930s.)

    Discover more on the company website.


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