A peek inside our new boxes…

A peek inside our new boxes…

· By Oonagh Simms

A peek inside our new boxes…

The season of ghouls, ghosts, is upon us…Halloween is a time for creativity, indulgence AND a touch of magic so our new Treat Box is here to create an enchanting ‘malloween’ for all.
A carefully curated selection of gourmet marshmallows, lovingly handcrafted to bring a touch of grown-up sophistication to your festivities.
Dark Chocolate with a spooky chocolate bat!
Toasted Coconut- our signature classic of soft mallow and toasted coconut flakes.
Chai Tea and Apple: The aromatic spices of chai tea – cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves topped with apple fan.
Gothic Rose- A delicate rose mallow studded with pistachios and fresh rose petal.
Raspberry and Champagne- Our bestselling flavour
Chocolate and Raspberry- A chocolate mallow bursting with sweet berries.

Whether you're looking to surprise your friends with a Halloween gift or elevate your party to something a little more luxe…our Halloween Treat Box is presented in a glossy black box, a delicate layer of orange tissue, with a silk ribbon tie.

And that’s not all… We’ve also made some luxurious upgrades to our treat box packaging.

It’s something we’ve been trying to solve for some time…We used to have to pack the treat box into small bags of 4- keeping each flavour separately wrapped. It never felt quite special enough for us but it meant we could offer a selection and keep them fresh and in perfect condition when they reach you. But we’ve been working with a fab local packaging firm (big mallow love to Tams Packaging) who have created us a new bespoke solution… a sustainable display tray that fits each individual mallow perfectly.


So now each box comes with a two layer presentation tray…you can open the marshmallows and they are ready to serve as a ‘selection box’. Whether it's a party, or a work treat the tray adds a touch of 'Ta- Dah!’ to your serving with no extra effort..

We hope you love them as much as we do!




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