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  • Exterior of Humble Chocolates box and a set of chocolate-enrobed caramels.
  • Exterior of Humble Chocolates box and some chocolate-enrobed caramels.
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Humble Chocolates

Sunday Best Chocolate-enrobed Caramels

Regular price
$10.00 CAD
Regular price
$15.00 CAD
Sale price
$10.00 CAD

How do we make our fan favourite classic caramels even better? By painstakingly enrobing them in premium milk chocolate and giving them a little somethin' extra, like putting on a bow tie or a rhinestone broach. But not really rhinestones; those aren't edible, silly.

In this treat, the chocolate is different from traditional milk chocolate. The cocoa beans are traced to Ghana, and then roasted and blended in France.  When you take your first bite of our Sunday Best caramels, let the chocolate melt on your tongue and see if you can sense hints of sweet chestnut, red fruits, and honey.

Just when you think it can't get any better, your teeth will sink into the chewy, buttery, classic salted caramel that constantly sells out around here. Your neighbours really have a sweet tooth, eh?

Making these mouthwatering classics takes a lot more work than usual so they're only available during May. Don't miss out! They make a delightful Mother's Day gift!

7 Sunday Best chocolate-enrobed caramels per box.

Storage

Our caramels and chocolate truffles have been created with shelf life in mind, but they are best when fresh. Please consider these guidelines when purchasing our goodies for the best flavour and texture experience.

Caramels
Caramels will last well for 3-4 weeks if stored in the fridge. Let them soften a little at room temperature if you prefer a softer chew. If kept too warm, caramels will be sticky and difficult to unwrap. We don't recommend forgetting them at the bottom of your purse.

Chocolates & Truffles

Chocolate is melty so please keep our truffles cool! However, chocolate should not be kept in the fridge either--room temperature should be just fine.

If you notice a white or pale discoloration, that's called "blooming". Your treat hasn't spoiled but it might not be as awesome as it could be.