Recchiuti’s beautiful Heirloom Pumpkins are being harvested and are now available at their shop!
The Pumpkins are cast in Valrhona white chocolate and hand-painted with tinted cocoa butters. You’ll also feel a little heat this fall with the return of the Passion Fruit Habanero Truffle. This is one of their most popular limited-edition truffles and is made with fresh Habanero peppers from local Happy Quail Farms.
School is out for summer and Father’s Day is on June 17th. Teachers and students worked hard this year, and you can show your appreciation with Recchiuti chocolate. And don’t forget dad. Think Peanut Butter Pucks, small-batch Classic Truffles, or a collection of truffles to pair with his favorite whiskey or beer. To close out the month, Recchiuti Confections will be launching a small-batch Sourdough PB&J Truffle: peanut butter and bits of sourdough crunch layered with black currant gelee, enrobed in dark milk chocolate. These will be available for a limited time starting June 29. Don’t miss out!
Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be stressful. Luckily, Recchiuti Confections has the perfect gift for every taste bud; whether your co-worker craves caramel or your sister loves the tradition of pairing wine with chocolate. Head to their shop to view the complete holiday collection and save the date for December 8-10 when everything will be 20% off in-shop.
Jacky and Michael Recchiuti are just about the sweetest couple, so it should be of no surprise that every aspect of their company philosophy is delicious. Sourcing locally whenever possible, partnering with the best chocolate companies, and supporting community by working with non-profits: these are the just some of the things that make Recchiuti so beloved. Each step of their philosophy takes their confections to the next level, such as their work with the non-profit Creativity Explored, San Francisco-based non-profit that supports artists with disabilities. For Recchiuti Confections ongoing Artisan Series, the truffles are adorned with art by artists who otherwise aren’t given a voice. What’s sweeter than that?