Fruition - Brown Butter Bourbon CaramelsFruition
They are one of the best selling items for a reason. These brown butter bourbon caramels are spiked with Hudson Baby Bourbon from Tuthilltown Spirits and coated with 68% Hispaniola Dark Chocolate. It is the most sought after whiskey of Tuthilltown Spirits, made from New York corn and aged in small American Oak barrels for a vanilla and caramel finish. They bring the perfect kick to a perfectly concocted dark chocolate with melty caramel oozing from the first bite. These caramels are not only the perfect gift for a boozy good time, they are a huge hit among non-spirit forward alcohol lovers. It’s the best of all worlds.
International Chocolate Awards, World 2018 - Silver
International Chocolate Awards, Americas 2018 - Bronze
International Chocolate Awards, Americas 2017 - Silver
Good Food Awards Winner, 2014
Good Food Awards Finalist, 2018
Ingredients: Dark Chocolate (Organic Cocoa Beans, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Cocoa Butter, Vanilla Bean), Organic Sugar, Heavy Cream, Glucose Syrup, Butter, Bourbon, Vanilla Bean, Salt
Bryan Graham is the founder of Fruition Chocolate Works and Confectionery. He was exposed to the creation of desserts, pastries, and all things culinary thanks to his grandmother who was a great baker. During his childhood, he had the opportunity to study and hone his skills further, by enrolling in prestigious baking schools and studying as an apprentice under renowned chefs in the field. Since then, after being exposed to the world of chocolate making, Bryan has carved himself a name in the chocolate industry. In 2013, Bryan was named Top 10 Chocolatiers in North America by Dessert Professional Magazine. He is well revered in the craft chocolate industry, and continues to be recognized winning a multitude of awards including Good Food Awards, Academy of Chocolate Awards, and International Chocolate Awards.
Packaging and delivery are great; these chocolates are awesome. Love Fruition’s work.
First tried these bon bons when I visited the Hudson Valley, and I'm so glad to find them in Singapore!