Limited-edition Easter Tea Time Collection offered by Norman Love Confections
Norman Love Confections debuts its limited-edition Tea Time Collection featuring ten “Alice in Wonderland”- inspired flavors including Red Queen, Dee, March Hare, Cards, White Rabbit, Alice, Cat, Hatter, Dum and Caterpillar.
The Easter Tea Time Collection is available in stores and online April 3-16. Preorders are accepted online or by phone beginning March 27. All stores are closed on Easter Sunday. Gift boxes contain an assortment of chocolate eggs from the 2017 Easter Tea Time Collection and white, milk and dark chocolates from the 25-flavor Signature Collection. The 5-piece box is available for $13.25, the 10-piece box is $24, and the 25-piece box is $50. Also, an Easter Bunny Pail is available in stores and online. The pail is filled with gourmet chocolate creations including a 5-piece Easter Gift Box, a package of marshmallow bunnies, one solid chocolate bunny, three solid Easter miniatures and a decorative Easter Pick.
Easter Tea Time Collection Flavor Descriptions:
Tart at heart, this dark chocolate is filled with a white chocolate cherry and almond ganache.
Go bananas for this milk chocolate candy, made with fresh bananas, roasted walnuts and cinnamon.
Finely ground almond shortbread cookies within a creamy vanilla ganache, cloaked in dark chocolate.
You might never guess cinnamon cookies are in the cards, hidden within this creamy white chocolate.
Nutty yet sweet, this milk chocolate contains a cinnamon brown sugar ganache with toasted pecan.
This lemon poppy seed white chocolate is as sweet and wonderful as Alice’s dream world.
Eat up this dark chocolate with an earl grey tea-infused bittersweet ganache, before it disappears.
We’re mad for this fondant-covered milk chocolate with its lemon vanilla white chocolate ganache featuring feuilletine cookie flakes.
This candy’s dandy white chocolate, orange and raspberry ganache is infused with bits of freshly baked scone.
A curiously delicious combination of chai tea spices complement this candy’s milk chocolate ganache and dark chocolate shell.
Founded in 2001 by Norman and Mary Love, Norman Love Confections creates and distributes handcrafted artisanal chocolates from its corporate headquarters at 11380 Lindbergh Blvd. in Fort Myers. The award-winning Fort Myers-based chocolatier has been lauded more than a dozen times by a leading consumer ratings magazine, including recognition six times for producing the best ultra-premium chocolates in the nation. Forbes.com included Norman Love Confections BLACK line on its list of the nation’s top 10 truffles; The Huffington Post listed it among the six best U.S. destinations in its Chocolate Lover’s Travel Guide; and USA Today named Love as one of its top 10 entrepreneurs for 2014. Love has recently been named as the inaugural inductee of Dessert Professional Magazine’s Chocolatier Hall of Fame, partnered with local chefs to present a six-course meal at the James Beard House in New York and Norman Love Confections was ranked among the top 10 shops in the world for chocolate lovers by U.K. media outlet Daily Telegraph.
Norman Love Confections has Chocolate Salons in Fort Myers, Estero and Naples, and Artisan Gelato by Norman Love is next door to the Fort Myers salon, off Daniels Parkway east of I-75. Chocolates, gift baskets, sipping chocolate and Love’s book, “Artistry in Chocolate, A Story of Love,” also can be ordered online at www.normanloveconfections.com. In addition, Norman Love Confections chocolates and desserts are offered on 18 Princess Cruises’ ships through the “Chocolate Journeys” partnership and at independent retail locations throughout the U.S. For more information visit www.normanloveconfections.com or call 239-561-7215.