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Welcome to Charleston Deluxe Gift Box


This gift box has a lotta sweet, a little savory and several keepsakes. Wow your friends, family or clients with a bounty of Charleston goodies!


Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Cheese Wafers: Extra sharp Vermont cheddars, flour, butter, and signature spices all hand-rolled together and garnished with a generous sprinkling of fresh cracked black pepper create this addictive cocktail snack. 
Charleston's Own Red Velvet Chocolate-Covered Cherries: Dried cherries, double dipped in milk chocolate then coated in cherry-flavored chocolate. A decadent candy confection with a classic Southern twist. 
Nanna's Nuts Rosemary Almonds:
These Rosemary Almonds are the perfect combo of sweet and savory with a crisp taste of rosemary. 
Charleston Chocolatier Bark:
Charleston Chocolatiers' Bark is simply outrageous and layered with complex textures and flavors. Made with milk and dark chocolate and layered with roasted pecans and almonds, roasted sesame seeds, toasted coconut, French croquant, and Maldon Sea Salt.
King Bean Coffee Roasters Southern Pecan:
Buttery and Rich with Fresh Roasted Pecan Flavor
Charleston Favorites Key Lime Cookies:
These old-fashioned cookies are a Lowcountry favorite. 
Olde Colony Bakery Benne Wafers:
A Charleston favorite, their recipe dates back over 100 years and is believed to be the original Benne Wafer recipe.
Heritage Large Shortbread:
Gourmet Shortbread from a Secret Family Recipe!
Texture Design Rainbow Row Notepad:
One of the prettiest cities to explore, this Charleston-themed notepad features the Rainbow Row houses.
Charleston Candle Company Sweetgrass Basket Candle:
This candle smells like the sweetgrass used to make traditional baskets!
Candlefish Matches:
Light your candles with ease with these extra-long safety matches by Candlefish.
eluCook Designs Sullivan's Island Bottle Opener:
Get a bit of the beach with this unique wood and glass bottle opener. The glass in the inlay is fused with sand from Sullivan's Island in South Carolina. The artist layers glass with sand and kiln-fires it to a temperature of 1500 degrees to make a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind piece.

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