From Town Hall Scotch Ale to the Beer & Pretzel caramel, to the chocolate sourced in Switzerland for the Dark Chocolate, Sweet Jules has selected special flavorings and created caramels for the discriminating palate.
It seems only fair to warn you about the dangers of Sweet Jules caramels. Your generous nature and inclination to share might vanish soon after you’ve bitten into one. You may find yourself wanting to hoard these rich, buttery treats and savor each silky, melt-in-your-mouth bite in solitude.
You can blame Hope Klocker and Jules Vranian, two sisters born into a family of culinary pros and restaurateurs, for bringing out your selfish side. If they hadn’t insisted on using only natural ingredients, sourced from around the world, maybe you’d be more inclined to share. But blending caramel with dark chocolate and Fleur de Sel salt is just asking for solitary enjoyment. Classic vanilla bean, glorious Sicilian orange, and decadent bananas foster are equally tempting. And their caramels infused with the taste of craft beer and salty pretzels? Sure, the flavor screams party but we still didn’t want to part with them.
So don’t worry if you’re less than generous with your Sweet Jules caramels. We won’t judge you. We know the feeling.