This limited edition collection show-cases six Roaring Fork Valley makers of edible art. Plus a Lilybart “Love Hedgehogs” notepad. It’s never been easier to share a bite of this beloved place.




Here’s what you’ll find in the Locally Sourced Valentines Gift Box:
  1. Alfajores by Black Bear Eats
    Sandra Ponce shares a Peruvian tradition. Tender melt-in-your-mouth cookies sandwich Manjar Blanco filling, her mom’s recipe for luscious, silky, slow-cooked Dulce de Leche.
  2. Drinking Chocolate by Pollinator Chocolate
    Small batch milk chocolate and single-origin dark chocolate made from bean to bar by Mark Burrows, a local epicurean, father and beekeeper. (gf)
  3. Fleur de Sal by Too Haute Cowgirls
    Small batch non-GMO popcorn tossed with toasted nuts then drenched with butter toffee caramel.  A Roaring Fork Valley brand founded to celebrate strong women. (gf)
  4. Hot Chocolate Bombs by Aspen Youth Center
    Hot chocolate bombs made by kids in AYC’s after-school cooking class. A portion of Valentines Sampler Box sales will support this free program. (gf)
  5. Chocolate Caramel Almond Clusters
    Sarah Neibler’s organic chocolate, caramel, and almond clusters are one of many signature confections and pastries offered by this Glenwood Springs baker. Specialties range from gluten-free and traditional wedding cakes to take-home holiday menus. (gf)
  6. Cocoatree Chocolates
    Part of the fun with this line of handmade, hand-painted chocolates is guessing what the brilliant swirls of color indicate about the outrageous filling inside. Is it  Banana Bread? Raspberry Cardamom? Or Sesame Ginger? (gf)


Read the article to learn more about the project and the makers of these yummy treats.


You will receive pick-up and delivery information with your purchase confirmation emails. Due to the delicate nature of chocolate we are unable to ship this item.