Maple Gifts - Maple Sampler Vermont Gift Box

Pieces Of Vermont

  • $49.95
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Our most popular maple gifts, all in one box!

In this gift box bundle the recipient will receive a delicious assortment of maple goodies...

Gift Box includes:
  • Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, Medium Amber flavor, 1.7 oz. leaf bottle
  • Pure Vermont Maple Candy Sampler; 5 pieces, 1.25 oz.
  • Maple Popcorn, 4 oz. pkg. - Customer Favorite!
  • Fudge Sampler; Maple Walnut, Plain Chocolate, Plain Maple
  • (1) dozen individually packaged Hard Maple Candy Leafs

Originally we had planned to introduce this gift box for Christmas 2016, but we missed the window when one of the maple items didn't get to our photographer in time. Oops! We could've just scaled down the items included by one and pressed on, but that's not what we wanted. We wanted to introduce a gift box that included ALL the items discussed at our "meeting of the minds." So here it is!

Again, designed as a Christmas "maple gift", this gift box is really appropriate for almost any gift-giving occasion; birthdays, graduations, Halloween, Valentine's Day, retirement, Father's Day.

Gift Messaging - You can include a gift message for each item individually on each product page, or a gift message that applies to the entire order during CHECKOUT.

Fudge Ingredients: Sugar, Butter, Corn Syrup, Cream, Milk, Brown sugar, Flour, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Soya Lecithin, Cream of Tarter, Potassium Sorbate, Salt. May also contain one or more of the following: Maple Syrup, Peanut Butter, Walnuts, Pecans, Cocoa, Sweet Chocolate with Lecithin, Chocolate Liqueur.

Popcorn Ingredients - Popped Corn, Pure Maple Syrup, Sugar, Butter, Corn Syrup, Vetetable Oil, Salt, Lecithin, Natural and Artificial Flavors. *Allergy Information - Popcorn shares equipment with Peanut/Nut Products.

Hard Candy Ingredients - pure maple syrup, glucose, sucrose. In other words, maple syrup and corn syrup.

Please Note: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children ages 5 and younger should not be given hard candies.1. For safety, we suggest that hard maple candies and sugar coated nuts (such as the ones sold on this website) not be given to children under the age of 6 and children 6 years and older should be supervised while eating hard candies or nuts.

Source: 1.

**Maple Candy made in a facility that also produces products that contain; peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, and wheat.

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