About The Product
Our exquisite English Style Toffee is made with 50% pure butter for a melt-in-your-mouth toffee experience like no other. Coated in premium white, milk and dark chocolate.
Dana Davenport, third generation chocolatier and Dilettante founder, created this deluxe butter pecan toffee piece in 1981 in honor of the Seattle Opera's performance of The Ring. It is made with 50% butter, which makes it uniquely tender. This premium toffee is coated in dark, milk, and white chocolate and will melt in your mouth. Dilettante's chocolates are a chocolate connoisseur's dream. At Dilettante, our priority is creating high-quality, delicious products. Because of our dedication to the extraordinary, all of our gourmet chocolates are made with the finest ingredients. You'll never find fillers or artificial additives in Dilettante chocolates. Each piece of our signature Rheingold Butter Pecan Toffee is made from a special family recipe. Premium quality milk, dark, and white chocolate is used along with pure, natural ingredients such as rich butter and a mixture of premium nuts. That's why Dilettante chocolates, made in the Pacific Northwest, are a Seattle favorite. Every Rheingold Toffee piece is a confectionary masterpiece! This delicious toffee is beautifully packaged in a shiny grey box embellished with an elegant silver design. A pretty silver bow and gift tag are added for a finishing touch. This gift box would make a thoughtful gourmet present for someone you love. Your order will include two boxes of Rheingold Toffee, each filled with 8 decadent toffee pieces - 2 in white chocolate, 3 in milk chocolate and 3 in dark chocolate. Each gift box has a net weight of 3.6 ounces. We will ship the boxes of chocolates direct to you from our warehouse.
Dilettante Chocolates, Inc.
Dana Davenport founded Dilettante Chocolates in 1976. The story of the company, however, goes back over a century. Dana’s grand-uncle, Julius Franzen (his grandmother’s brother), was apprenticed to a confectioner in Budapest as a very young boy. His studies lead him to Vienna, and Paris. Among the many accomplishments of his European career, he considered his greatest achievement was his service to the Imperial Court of Emperor Franz Josef I, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary. Uncle Julius immigrated to America in 1910, and established several successful confectionary companies, beginning......to read more, visit the Dilettante Chocolates, Inc. vendor profile