October 21, 2021 at 7:22 am
· Filed under Food Fun, Giftable, Halloween & Fall, The Nibble
 Burdick Chocolate’s Coffin Assortment for Halloween (photos © Burdick Chocolate).
 Enjoy them while you listen to the Monster Mash.
 Ghostly mice.
Creak open the lid of L. A. Burdick’s Chocolate Coffin Assortment to discover a frightfully delicious array of chocolate bonbons from one of our favorite artisan chocolatiers. The 20 pieces include:
Ghost: hazelnut dark chocolate with a hint of orange zest, enrobed in white chocolate.
Halloween Mouse: dark chocolate ganache with cinnamon and port wine, toasted almond ears, white chocolate enrobing.
Plum: dark chocolate ganache with dried plums and Hungarian aged plum brandy, garnished with slivered almonds.
Pecan Bourbon: pecan-bourbon dark chocolate ganache, enrobed in milk chocolate.
Licorice Caramel: fresh licorice root caramel, garnished with Cyprus black sea salt.
Raspberry Caramel: French raspberry caramel.
Calvados: dark chocolate ganache blended with French apple brandy.
Mulled Wine Gingerbread: mulled wine and gingerbread dark chocolate ganache.
Honey Walnut: ground walnuts with honey in chocolate ganache.
Cranberry Pâte de Fruit: a cranberry gel enrobed in dark chocolate, garnished with cocoa nibs.
Richelieu: dark chocolate ganache blended with gianduja and cherries marinated in housemade cherry brandy.
Earl Grey: dark chocolate ganache infused with Earl Grey tea.
Mango: dark chocolate ganache blended with mangoes.
Mint: dark chocolate ganache infused with fresh mint leaves.
Macallan: dark chocolate ganache and pistachio marzipan blended with 12-year-old Macallan.
Talisker Hazelnut: dark chocolate ganache with Talisker Scotch whisky, currants and gianduja.
Brazilia: dark chocolate ganache with espresso and anise seeds.
Kenyan: dark chocolate ganache infused with Kenyan coffee.
GET YOUR COFFIN OF CHOCOLATES!
The Coffin Assortment is available now through November 5th.
Get yours here.
You can also head to Burdick Chocolate stores in Boston, Cambridge MA, Chicago IL, New York City and Washington, D.C.
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