Costco’s $30 Chocolate Valentine’s Day Tower Is True Love
If you’re like me, you’ve just about finished packing away your Christmas decorations and barely brushed all the glitter and confetti from New Year’s Eve out of your party clothes. Nonetheless, for those of you who like to slide out of one holiday’s joys right into another, Valentine’s Day is less than a month away.
Knowing what to get that special someone can be tough, but Costco makes it easy. If you’re hoping to pick up something sugary for your sweet liebchen, everyone’s favorite membership-only warehouse club is offering a candy Valentine so extensive, you might be eating it until Easter.
For the second year in a row, Costco, home to chocolate chip behemoths, teddy bear mammoths, and towering glasses of wine, is offering the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 5-box Valentine’s Day Tower, an extensive array of valentine’s day desserts that includes nine separate confections.
Each tasty treat comes housed in a heart-themed set of boxes created by gift basket company Wine Country, tied together by a sheer ribbon with glitter hearts and a wired edge. The tower of chocolatey goodness retails for $29.99, including shipping, so if you grab yours now, all you have to worry about come February 14 is where to get some roses.
The nine separate packages of treats range in size from 0.83 ounces to 2.49 ounces and include three flavors of chocolate-covered Bavarian pretzels (including two with peppermint crunch topping), two types of chocolate-covered Peppermint Crunch Oreos (both with peppermint crunch topping), almonds, peanut butter candies, fudge dipped in chocolate, and English toffee.
Lovers of Costco goods who don’t exactly love peppermint flavors needn’t fear: Costco also offers a few other romantic Valentine’s Day sweets, including the truffle-heavy Godiva Dreamy Valentine’s Tower at $39.99 and the Heart to Heart Gift Basket at $52.99, which includes candies and desserts from Harry and David, Hayden Valley, and the Popcorn Factory. You can purchase all these on Costco’s website.
And hey, if your loved one doesn’t have a sweet tooth at all, might I suggest a luxury ham? Vive l’amour!