KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates Launches Peppermint Crunch Terrapin

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Inspired by the winter season, the newest addition to the gourmet line of chocolates evokes classic, holiday flavors and hints of nostalgia

 KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates is pleased to announce the release of its seasonal Peppermint Crunch Terrapin. Boasting a complex texture and delectable flavor combination of peppermint, cookies, chocolate and caramel, this bold and beautiful cocoa creation launched at the resort’s 18th annual Kohler Food & Wine.

“We’re thrilled to introduce the Peppermint Crunch Terrapin to our line of beloved gourmet chocolates,” said Gerald Allison, business manager of KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolates. “To coincide with our biggest culinary event of the year, we wanted to put forth a chocolate that not only stands out to chocolate lovers, but also emulates the craftsmanship for which Kohler Co. is so renowned.”

In creating this new variation of the signature Terrapin, the brand aimed to harness the sentiment of holiday cheer by appealing to all the senses and incorporating nostalgic notes of peppermint into each piece. The crumbles of the cookie base are complemented by the crunch of crushed peppermint, which are reminiscent of shimmering, white snowflakes. Comparable to any other gift around the holidays, the Peppermint Crunch Terrapin is carefully wrapped with silky dark caramel, crisp dark chocolate and seasonal hues of red and white.

The Peppermint Crunch Terrapin, alongside the other treasured chocolate varieties in the KOHLER Original Recipe Chocolate collection, are created in the quaint Village of Kohler at Destination Kohler, the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resort-hotel, owned and operated by Kohler Co. Peppermint Crunch Terrapin will be available in a four-piece ($13.99) and nine-piece ($25.99) box, online at KohlerChocolates.com, in addition to at the Craverie Chocolatier Café at The Shops at Woodlake in Kohler.

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