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Double Tier Chocolate collection of 18 Pc.

$138.99

Beyond the typical (as always) our 2 tier gift box lends an entirely new dimension to gift-giving.
Ideal to present for a wife, husband, friend i.e. anyone near and dear to you. Also serves well as an eloquent party favor that will most-definitely be appreciated by all.
Assured, the lucky recipient of this beautiful gift will remain yours forever!

 

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**Please have someone available to receive your chocolates on the day they are to arrive. I cannot be responsible for melted, damaged or lost chocolates. I will provide you with a tracking number once your order ships.

*** If you are ordering a large amount of one item and there is not enough available, please contact me and I can adjust my shop amount. I have done many, many sports banquets and birthday parties where large quantities are needed. (I can also offer a discount for these items as well.)

*** Tree nuts, peanuts, milk, eggs, soy and wheat are all present in the kitchen. Please use extreme caution when ordering if you have food allergies. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns! Thank you so much!

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