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Utah Salt Honey Caramel 1/4 lb. Gift Box

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Salted caramels made with honey from our own hives. No skimping: honey is the main ingredient here!

These firm chewy caramels are made with only the highest quality ingredients, including our own raw honey, local butter and cream, and sea salt mined here in Utah. You will recognize the rich buttery flavor of traditional caramels, but with an extra depth of flavor from the honey. All caramels are handmade in small batches in a certified commercial kitchen. No preservatives, no corn syrup, no sweetened condensed milk.

~This listing is for a 1/4 pound box (4 inch by 4 inch by 2 inch) of our Utah Salt Honey Caramels: honey caramel sprinkled with crystals of all-natural mineral sea salt mined from an ancient sea bed in Central Utah. This salt contains more than 60 trace minerals, giving it a unique and delicious flavor... even better when combined with rich honey caramel.

~Each 1/4 pound box contains approximately 16 caramels wrapped in wax paper.

~Orders will be shipped within five days of receiving payment.

If you would like to mix and match flavors, please contact us and we will be more than happy to make that happen. We can also do custom orders for higher quantities to save on shipping.

Utah Salt Honey Caramel 1/4 lb. Gift Box

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: raw honey, local cream, local butter, brown sugar, Utah sea salt
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 111 reviews
  • Ships from Utah, United States to select countries.
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