County Velador's Super Chunk Sweets and Treats Valentine's Care Packages on Sale Now

If your Valentine isn't into any of the crazy chocolates we shared earlier this week -- we're still on the fence about that peanuts and ketchup combination -- the Valley's own Country Velador has a Valentine's Day "Care Package" that's nearly guaranteed to have something he or she will enjoy.

The limited edition packages are sized to share and come with a variety of Velador's hand-crafted treats including Super Chunk Sweets and Treats' signature Chocolate Bacon Caramel Corn and their one-of-a-kind black licorice we've been saying you really need to try.

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Fifty Valentine's Day "Care Packages" will be on sale at Super Chunk Sweets and Treats in Scottsdale beginning on Wednesday, January 29. The baskets will cost $36 each and include the following artisan confections:

  • Chocolate Bacon Caramel Corn
  • Black Licorice (made with fennel, anise, and green chartreuse)
  • Strawberry Fudge
  • Duck Fat Toffee
  • White Chocolate Bark with honeycomb and pistachios
  • Cayenne Chocolate Bark with freeze-dried raspberries and dried wild blueberries
  • Mesquite Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Violet Taffy
  • Dulce de Leche Caramels

The Care Packages will be available for pickup only. Super Chunk Sweets and Treats, located next-door to Cowboy Ciao, is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information visit the Super Chunk Sweets and Treats website.

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