Valentine’s Day Treat Box

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with treats from around the world. Nama Chocolate- Cherry truffles from Japan; Raspberry caramels from France; Strawberry meringues kisses (dipped in chocolate) from USA and Rose-raspberry Turkish delights from Turkey

Each Gift Box contains a total of more than 30 pieces of these delicate treats. The cost of the gift box is $28 and can be delivered anywhere in the continental United States. For DFW area, we will hand deliver the cookies for a flat fee of $5 per box. For orders outside of DFW area, we will ship the box using USPS/FedEx 3 day shipment for a flat fee of $15 per box. All treat boxes will hand-made, packed and shipped/delivered in the week of Feb 8th to ensure this box is in hands of your friends and family well before Valentine’s Day. We do not use any preservatives or artificial colors – so you can be assured that these treats are wholesome and tasty at the same time!

 

Ordering process: 

  1. To place an order, please fill out the form below. Alternatively, you can fill out our shipping spreadsheet and send it to uma@tartalicious.com.
  2. Once we receive the details, we will send you an invoice and you can pay for it online. 

 

 
  • Japanese Chocolate- Cherry Truffles

    Nama chocolates are perhaps Japan’s best gift to the world of chocolates! We have included chocolate-cherry Nama chocolate truffles that have a delicate balance of flavor and velvet like texture.

  • French Raspberry Caramel

    If you have been to France, you may have heard of Jacques Genin and his world famous fruit caramels. This is our attempt recreate one of his delicious confections – the Raspberry Caramel.

  • American Strawberry meringue kisses

    Why go with the usual – Chocolate dipped strawberries- when you can get Strawberry meringue kisses, dipped in dark Belgium chocolate? We are sure you’d love the airy texture and intense fruit flavor!

  • Turkish delight: Rose and Raspberry

    Delight your loved one with some Rose-raspberry Turkish delight! These jelly like confections are called “lokum” in Turkey and have been a middle eastern favorite for more than 200 years!

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