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.
With an earlier Easter on Sunday April 1st the start of our hand moulded, decorated milk chocolate bunnies and friends are hopping into formation on shelves. Each novelty is made with care to add an extra touch to your Easter celebration. Each piece is tastefully finished with icing piped ears, eyes and eyebrows. Jelly beans, marshmallow eggs and icing flowers add a touch more sweetness. Hop on in early for the best selection.
One of the most asked questions in the first part of March here is what is an Irish potato?
Irish Potatoes are an old-fashioned, traditional handmade candy made leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, which resembles a freshly dug potato from the ground.
Inside is a coconut cream centre. Rolling it in a cinnamon mixture gives the outside that distinct fresh from the earth look. Don’t try to wash these tasty treats before eating though.
Harvesting for 2018 takes place takes from March 1st until St. Patrick’s Day – Saturday March 17th. Whether you say Po-TAY-to or po-TAH-to, make sure to get yours before the crop is gone!
Welcome to March! The forecast is for a roaring storm later today, but that hasn’t affected our happy milk chocolate leprechaun friend. Milk chocolate shamrocks are also popping up on the shelves in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day. Today also marks the first day of Irish Potatoes.
The next month is a very busy time here, with both St. Patrick’s Day and Easter approaching. The beginnings of our Irish treats are hitting shelves today, with Irish Cream fudge leading the charge.
Tomorrow, March 1st, marks the beginning of Irish Potato season. Many, many harvests of this tasty candy will occur from March 1st to the 17th. Make sure to get yours in the next two weeks. Pre-orders are welcome!