Handmade Chocolates

By Harbor Sweets

$23

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Please note: Because this is a food item, it cannot be returned unless it arrives damaged.

Made in Salem, Massachusetts.

Signature Sweet Sloops:
  • A 24-piece set of the candy-maker's classic sailboat-shaped almond butter crunch pieces covered in white & dark chocolate. Contains pecans
  • Materials: White chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk, non-fat dry milk, milk fat, soya lecithin (an emulsifier), natural vanilla flavor), sugar, U.S. grade AA creamery butter, dark sweet chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, chocolate liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, butter fat, lecithin, vanilla), dry roasted almonds, crushed pecans, wildflower honey, lecithin, baking soda and salt
  • Gluten-free
Dark Horse Gift Assortment:
  • A 16-piece dark chocolate assortment of creamy butter caramel Grand Prix Jumpers (4), Peppermint Ponies crunches (8), and almond butter crunch Dressage Classics (4) chocolates
  • Dressage Classics: Dark chocolate(sugar, chocolate liquor, chocolate liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, butter fat, lecithin, vanilla), sugar, U.S. grade AA creamery butter, dry roasted almonds, wildflower honey, lecithin, baking soda and salt
  • Grand Prix Jumpers: Dark chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, chocolate liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, butter fat, lecithin, vanilla), sugar, U.S. grade AA creamery butter, fresh cream, evaporated milk, brown sugar, wildflower honey, lecithin, vanilla, baking soda and salt
  • Peppermint Ponies: Dark chocolate (sugar, chocolate liquor, chocolate liquor processed with alkali, cocoa butter, butter fat, lecithin, vanilla), peppermint crunch (sugar, corn syrup, natural peppermint oil, and soy lecithin) oil of peppermint
  • Gluten-free

15 Reviews (4.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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The best candy I have ever eaten!

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As soon as I saw the chocolate sloop, my heart filled! I love this candy! My mom bought them for us for special occasions and would allow us a few each. Then I found her stash and realized that she had kept a good sized box for herself. Guess what? I am now the Mom!

These are a wonderful butter toffee with almonds inside that are wrapped in white chocolate then the bottoms are dipped in milk chocolate then sat in more almond bits. They make many other types of candies most with attractive molds and themes. I once got a shipment that didn’t do well in shipping and I was treated very well and the issue was quickly fixed. It is a made in USA item as well.
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5

My Favorite Gift Idea!

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I have sent these lovely chocolates several times as gifts. The recipients always love them!

5

great gift

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delicious may have to order more.

5

Buy these chocolate windblown sailboats as a gift or a treat!

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I wish I had two boxes of these special toffee chocolates! They are perfect and festive!

5

Perfect gift for my son's mother

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I love to give these unique chocolates to people that have not experienced them or consider themselves to be "chocolate snobs"! It is nice to be able to humble the snobs and delight the lovers of chocolate. They are a great value for the quantity and quality of product.More > < Less

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Harbor Sweets - Handmade Chocolates

About Harbor Sweets

Smooth (and Sweet) Sailing

Harbor Sweets’ signature candy is the Sweet Sloop, a sailboat-shaped concoction of almond butter crunch, coated in white chocolate and dipped in dark chocolate and crushed pecans. The Sloops, which are handmade in the company’s Salem, Mass., candy factory, got their name when the son of founder Ben Stoehecker saw him putting white chocolate on a triangular piece of almond butter crunch and said it looked like a sailboat. With that observation, the fleet started to take shape.

Nearly 40 years later, Harbor Sweets is run by Phyllis LeBlanc, a longtime employee. Phyllis started as a part-time chocolate dipper while she was in college, and she moved into various operational, financial and marketing roles while pursuing her master’s degree. When her mentor, Ben, was ready to retire, Phyllis took the captain’s chair. Under her watch, the company remains dedicated to the traditions that made Harbor Sweets what it is today, such as using only fresh butter and fresh cream, no preservatives, and only the finest chocolate.

The selections have grown—now there are unique equestrian-themed treats in addition to the nautically inspired sweets, for example. Yet the vibe of Harbor Sweets is refreshingly unchanged. The company ships its handmade goodies all over the country while remaining a friendly, fiercely independent treasure on the Salem waterfront.