Sarasota chocolate

DCD Spring Fling

While most of the country is laboring under a heavy blanket of snow and freezing temps, in Sarasota we’ve enjoyed a cooler spring than normal with lower humidity and bright, blue skies.  The Home Office of Dove Chocolate Discoveries certainly didn’t spend their winter hibernating!

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There is a brand new lineup of items to please the chocolate palate:  2014 DCD SpringSummer INCLUDING reprising the Valentine’s Day Special: Double Chocolate Caramel Nut Cluster! Check out my Facebook page for more pix of the new lineup here: http://on.fb.me/WtMWNJ

 

 

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