We want to say a huge thank you to CTV Kitchener and the amazing Matthew Ethier for featuring us on “Made Right Here” last Saturday evening.
This is it – the final harvest of the 2018 Irish Potato season. We hope nobody will miss out on this delicious once a year treat. Add a touch of fun to your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with these tasty candies. Remember not to wash them off – just enjoy fresh as is.
How quickly a season zips by. Irish Potatoes are winding down for another year. If you haven’t picked up a box of these coconut cream centred cinnamony treats, today and tomorrow are the last harvests of 2018. Make sure not to miss out.
While you are in check out our Irish Breakfast or Irish Cream teas, pick up some Irish Coffee beans or get some Irish Coffee fudge.
But even as St. Patrick Day treats wrap up, a different season is ramping up. Production of Easter bunnies, eggs and other assorted friends is in high gear. Our 3-D milk chocolate novelties are carefully being hand decorated with various colourful icing or candy touches. There is a wide range of choice in many sizes, though the largest items need to be ordered ahead by Saturday March 24th to be ready for Easter Thursday, March 29th.
Which will you choose, bunny or egg? Our Facebook friends are casting their votes – why not join in the fun? You can like us on Facebook while you vote too!
Having a large gathering this Easter? We can help with dessert. Our largest Easter Egg is available by order – all 10 plus pounds of it! It makes a gorgeous centrepiece for the table, and is a ready made finish to the meal at the same time. Pre-orders for this extra, extra large egg and other larger novelties can be accepted until March 24th. Just over two weeks until Easter weekend.
Hopping onto shelves are foil wrapped eggs and bunnies. Bunnies are only available in milk chocolate. Eggs are available in milk or dark chocolate. Pick some up early to be sure to get enough – these tend to fly out of here quickly!
Don’t forget… only four more days of Irish Potatoes. Last harvest on Saturday March 17th.