All Natural, No Artificial Flavors, No Preservatives
Soft vanilla butter caramel with a Celtic Sea Salt® finish. Has a subtle Celtic Sea Salt® finish that entices the tongue & accentuates the buttery caramel flavor. One taste and you will know why this award winning caramel is so popular.
2006 NASFT Product Awards Finalist - Outstanding Confection
Béquet Gourmet Celtic Sea Salt® Caramel
Certified kosher by The Star-D.
The Star D is the kashrus symbol of the National Council of Young Israel (NCYI).The Star-K, in its relationship with the NCYI, administers the kashrus of the Star-D. All Star-D products are dairy - cholov stam (non-cholov yisroel).
The master carton has the kosher certification on it. Each individual caramel does not.
Robin Béquet has always enjoyed creating fine confections for her friends and family. When her 25 year career in technology sales management and business management ended with the telecom crash of 2001, she saw an opportunity to think seriously about what she wanted to do next. Having great passion for fine confections and having received rave reviews for her homemade caramels, she began thinking about an artisan caramel business.
She was only interested in creating a business if she could be certain that hers was the best caramel available. Blind taste test showed 17 out of 18 adults tested preferred Béquet caramel over 4 other high end gourmet caramels. At the encouragement of friends and family Robin launched Béquet Confections in December 2001, near their home in Bozeman, Montana.
Since then, Béquet Confection's uncompromising commitment to quality has resulted in wide recognition and numerous awards.
The Nibble writes:
This artisan producer in Montana offers versatility: vanilla caramels in Soft, Chewy, Anise, Celtic Sea Salt, Salt Chocolate, Chipotle and Maple. Or, there are subtly-flavored Chocolate and Espresso. Our favorites are the Anise, Celtic Sea Salt, Salt Chocolate and Chipotle. The latter is milder than Cowgirl Chocolates’ Hot Habañero (for people who want a nice pinch, but not a kick). You can actually taste the chipotle (smoked jalapeño), which provides a very nice counterpoint to the sugar and butter (it won “Outstanding Confection” at the 2007 Summer Fancy Food Show).