April 5th is National Caramel Day – a whole 24 hours devoted to smooth, creamy caramel, the original liquid gold. It’s the perfect companion to chocolate, it’s everyone’s favorite ice cream topping, it makes the best popcorn, and so much more. Here at GiftTree, we’re quite the caramel fans, so our designers are constantly seeking the best caramels on the market and masterfully pairing them in our exclusive gifts.
In honor of National Caramel Day, we thought we’d show you a few of our favorite gifts that feature gourmet caramel, along with many more treats and sweets. Onward!
Five golden keepsake signature boxes set the gold standard of gift-giving when they arrive filled to the brim with creamy confections like Lindt caramel truffles, peanut turtledoves, red apple caramels and more. It’s a gleaming gift that’s sure to celebrate any special occasion in style, and leave a lasting impression.
This gift is positively brimming with caramel deliciousness. Thatcher’s chocolate-drizzled caramel popcorn, Ghirardelli milk chocolate and caramel squares and a creamy, decadently rich chocolate caramel tablet create the perfect offering for any caramel lover or sophisticated sweet tooth.
Fonseca Vintage 2011 Premier Port Gift Set
A bottle of Fonseca Vintage Port 2011, considered one of the best vintages in recent history, is delivered in our unique wine crate. The gift is made even more memorable by the addition of two Riedel Port Glasses, designed exclusively to enhance the Port drinking experience. A generous portion of gourmet chocolate salted caramels is included to ensure pairing enjoyment.
One dozen Oreos are doused in layers of creamy caramel, milk and dark Belgian chocolate, and sprinkled with coarse European sea salt. Everyone will love this decadent spin on the traditional Oreo cookie!
Hope you find a way to celebrate National Caramel Day today, and remember to treat yo self!
Drizzled on ice cream, over popcorn, covering a big juicy apple… what’s your favorite way to enjoy caramel?
Yep, in for one chocolate caramel tablet, please!
The chocolate caramel tablet sounds intriguing!