The chocolatier Michael Klug of L.A. Burdick, the chocolate company founded by Larry Burdick and based in Walpole, N.H., has dug deep to find inspiration in all things Irish for its new St. Patrick’s Day collection. Its box of bite-size bonbons contain fillings that evoke Irish coffee, Irish breakfast tea, Irish whiskey, and even carrots and thyme (to suggest Irish stew). The assortment also includes plump little white chocolate sheep, which replace L.A. Burdick’s signature chocolate mice with silken tails.
Irish Chocolate Assortment, $45 for one-half pound, $78 for one pound, burdickchocolate.com.
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