PHILADELPHIA — Chocolate has always been among the most popular gift ideas for any occasion, and John & Kira’s Chocolates (https://www.johnandkiras.com/) has continued its own tradition of releasing seasonal sweets collections that are ideal for holiday gift giving. This year, the gourmet artisan chocolate maker continues its signature Winter Forest Collection that includes natural ingredients sourced from urban gardens and small farms.
The Winter Forest Collection is available in a 9- or 16-piece assortment, each one coated in 62 percent Valrhona dark chocolate. Shells are lovingly hand-decorated with snowflakes, snowy mountain peaks or a starry night. Inside each piece is one of three delectable fillings: hazelnut-almond praline, white chocolate mint or dark chocolate ganache.
Other holiday-themed collections include a 9-piece chocolate-coated cherries box, with brandy, dark chocolate and cherry as the fillings. Each piece is finished with a delicate cherry stem drizzle. Chocolate-filled organic Spanish figs with whiskey ganache are yet another seasonal favorite.
For those looking for business gifts, John & Kira’s offers several customization options to guarantee a great impression. Customers can mix and match their selection of chocolates, as well as select a boutique tag and message care with personalized note. Companies that want to send these special gifts in bulk are eligible for volume discounts.
John & Kira’s Chocolates takes pride in using sustainable, natural ingredients from urban gardens and organic farms around the world. The company will soon be announcing a chocolate club for those eager to try the newest creations and combinations.
About John & Kira’s Chocolates
Founded by John Doyle and Kira Baker-Doyle, John & Kira’s chocolate creations are made with the finest ingredients sourced from urban gardens and small family farms around the world. The idea for a chocolate company sprung from a road trip John took around the Northeast in search of innovative concepts in food. A boutique chocolate company seemed like the perfect idea as it was fun, creative and could be mixed with local ingredients such as mint from urban school gardens. The entrepreneurial foodies launched John & Kira’s in 2002.