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Honey of a Valentine Gift Basket

 

The Honey of a Valentine Gift Basket is filled with an assortment of Wisconsin honey products. The red tin basket is decorated with white hearts and filled with natural liquid honey, blackberry flavored honey squeeze, cranberry creamed honey, chocolate hearts and Valentine blend gourmet coffee. The fresh roasted Clearwater Coffee is individually roasted for these gift baskets, one pound at a time. The Honey of a Valentine Gift Basket by Northern Harvest Gift Baskets will be a sweet treat for your Valentine.

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Red Tin Basket with Hearts ? 7 in. diameter, may be used as a flower pot cover
Natural Wisconsin Honey ? 1 lb.
Blackberry Honey Squeeze ? 8 oz.
Cranberry Creamed Honey ? 5.5 oz.
Fresh Roasted Cup O? Kindness Valentine Blend Gourmet Coffee ? 3 oz.
Chocolate Candy Hearts ? 6
On rare occasions, or during warm weather, a product of equal or greater value may be substituted if a listed product becomes unavailable or is unsuitable for shipping
Northern Harvest Gift Baskets, located in Three Rivers, Wisconsin, offers unique gift baskets filled with a variety of gourmet Wisconsin foods, including cheese, summer sausage, maple syrup, honey, and dried cranberries. Owners Anita Kendall and Ken Stuckart individually fill, decorate and wrap each gift basket with great care.

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