Goat's Milk Caramel Gift Sets
$38–$216 + $8 shipping surcharge
+ $ shipping surcharge
You can have it all.
If you're having difficulties choosing just one or two flavors of caramel, you've come to the right place. With this set, you get six flavors—original, cold brew coffee, vanilla bean, vermont maple, spicy dark chocolate, and salted bourbon. Each jar comes individually wrapped in a cotton bag, tied off with twine, and with a handy wooden spoon attached, making each a lovely gift or perfect party favor for a celebration or wedding.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Original: Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, and baking soda; Cold brew: Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, Stumptown Coffee Roasters' cold brew coffee, and baking soda; Vanilla Bean: Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, baking soda, and organic French bourbon vanilla beans; Vermont maple: Goat’s milk, pure cane sugar, baking soda, and pure maple syrup from Cold Hollow Cider Mill; Spicy Dark Chocolate: Goat's milk, pure cane sugar, Taza Organic Stone Ground Chocolate Liquor, baking soda, and ground cayenne; Salted Bourbon Goat’s milk, pure cane sugar, baking soda, Kentucky Straight Bourbon and sea salt
Choose from 6 2-ounce jars (one of each flavor) or 36 2-ounce jars (6 of each flavor)
Care & Notes -
Nut and gluten free, the caramel is handmade from free range goats’ milk and hand packaged. Each jar has a 12 month shelf life. Please make sure to refrigerate after opening.
Meet the Maker
Brookfield , VT
Husband and wife team Steve Reid and Judith Irving have spent the last seven years building a high-quality herd of Alpine milking goats and perfecting the art of caramel making. From 54 goats, they make their goat's milk caramel (also called Cajeta) -- they're one of the very first producers of artisanal Cajeta in the United States. It's a small-batch, family-run operation, and every jar is made with care.View Full Profile
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