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Dave’s Sweet Tooth Introduces Their Newest Seasonal Flavors

Perfect for a holiday gathering, or a sneaky sugar rush to chase that eggnog you didn’t mean to drink all by yourself, Dave’s Sweet Tooth introduces Dark Chocolate Peppermint and Cranberry Pecan Toffees as their newest seasonal flavors.

 

 

Simple, yet enough to be its own flavor, the Dark Chocolate Peppermint Toffee’s semi sweet and minty dark chocolate peppermint taste will have peppermint mocha drinkers ditching their coffees. The light, buttery, toffee base is coated in a mix of dark chocolate and candy cane peppermints.

 

 

The Cranberry Pecan Toffee is an absolute blend of perfection. Perfect for any holiday gathering, the rich buttery toffee is combined with Michigan cranberries and topped with roasted pecans. We all have that relative or friend who doesn’t like chocolate—this one’s for them.

 

 

Handcrafted in Michigan using time-honored and perfected techniques, the toffees from Dave’s Sweet Tooth are anything but average! Inspired flavors, seasonal favorites and a consistent recipe that has been mastered over the years, Dave’s Sweet Tooth has put their updated stamp on a cherished, classic candy. With a soft crunch, enjoy flavors like Peanut Butter, Milk Chocolate, Vanilla Bean and of course, try the seasonal Cranberry Pecan and Dark Chocolate Peppermint.

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