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Chocolate Dip Delights Birthday Real Chocolate-Dipped Cake Pops - 10-piece
$39.99
Chocolate Dip Delights Birthday Real Chocolate-Dipped Cake Pops - 10-piece
The "blowout" candles will hardly be missed when their special day is celebrated with this assortment of Chocolate Dip Delights; Birthday Cake Pops. Wonderful balls of rich, moist chocolate, vanilla and red velvet cake are decorated with Chocolate Dip Delights™ signature 100% Real chocolate coating- dark, milk and white in this assortment -and are decorated with festive birthday polka dots, colorful confetti sprinkles and zig-zag drizzles of pure chocolate deliciousness. Each of these perf
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Miracle Berry Fruit Tablets
$14.99
Miracle Berry Fruit Tablets
Miracle Fruits (sometimes called Miracle Berries) have been a secret wonder of the world for centuries. Though they were first documented by a French dude in 1725, they'd been consumed for many generations prior. They were eaten before meals to make the meals taste better. "How?" you ask. By making sour and bitter foods taste sweet. "But how?" you scream. The truth is, science doesn't completely know (it has something to do with the protein miraculin that bonds to your taste buds)...
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Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers
$9.99 $7.49
Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers
"Relaxing at the space station's bar, you order the house special and are presented with a glowing blue drink. At the bottom of the glass you see something; and it appears to be moving. You can't quite tell if it's a flower from a far off world dancing in the carbonation, or the tentacles of some creature waiting patiently to make you its repast. The barkeep assures you it's safe. ""It's just an Edible Wild Hibiscus Flower,"" he says, ""suck it down . . . if you dare!"" And you should dare, because Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers might look like baby Cthulhu, but they are magically delicious. Tasting a little bit like raspberry (and a little bit like something not of this world), they make an incredible garnish on or in any dish you create. But the real beauty (as you can tell by the pictures) is enhancing your inebriating beverages. They make your martini extra exotic and add an unheard of layer of romance to a glass of champagne. Or you can just pull some Edible Wild Hibiscus Flowers out of the jar and pretend you are eating alien anemones before they eat you. Because you never know . . . they just might try!"
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Quintessential Reds Wine Gift Collection
$99.99
Quintessential Reds Wine Gift Collection
With this popular gift set, you can sample six signature reds from the most famous wine regions in the world. For the wine adventurer in search of bold flavors, host your own taste-off to see how they compare. Each bottle is carefully chosen to represent the best example of red wine from its region. Wine Gift Collection Includes: France: Domaines Baron Rothschild Reserve Speciale Bordeaux Rouge From the region that perfected the red blend, this blend from Bordeaux, France illustrates a whole that's greater than the sum of its parts. It is generous, rich and full-flavored on the palate, with a long finish that hints at pepper and licorice. Italy: Frescobaldi Nipozzano Chianti Riserva Italy produces a wide variety of wines with naturally high acidity that lend themselves well to classic Italian fare. This Sangiovese has an almost-endless finish, with abundant aromatic fruit, completes a harmonious, well-balanced wine. Argentina: La Posta Pizzella Family Vineyard Malbec Once relegated to a small percentage of Bordeaux blends, Malbec now flourishes in the high altitude climate of Argentina. This classic Malbec shows dense dark berry and plum flavors along with hints of sandalwood and spice, and even a hint of violets in the finish. Chile: Santa Ema Selected Terroir Carmenere Emerging as Chile's own unique grape variety, Carmenere thrives in the country's warm, dry climate. This fabulous example of Carmenere consists of intense black fruits, such as black and blue berries with a touch of tobacco, red bell pepper and black pepper. Australia: Peter Lehmann Clancy's The most popular and most planted variety in Australia, Shiraz expresses the exuberant Australian spirit. This blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend balances the three varietals to give Clancy's great complexity, richness of fruit flavor and a harmonious balance of soft tannin finish. Spain: Bodegas Ramon Bilbao Crianza Considered the national grape of Spain, Tempranillo crafts wines full of red b
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