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Phillips Candy House, Boston's Oldest Chocolatier, Offers Free Ground Shipping for Holiday Chocolate Gifts

Applicable only to online orders placed on Black Friday through Cyber Monday

BOSTON, Nov. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Phillips Candy House, http://www.phillipschocolate.com, Boston's oldest chocolatier, offers free ground shipping on online orders placed on Black Friday, November 23rd through Cyber Monday, November 26th. Orders placed at this time can be arranged to be shipped on or before December 14th to ensure Christmas delivery.

Select from a wide variety of holiday chocolate gifts, including handcrafted chocolates, best-selling chocolate turtles, sea-salted caramels, hot cocoa and made from scratch cookies.

Best-selling Chocolate Turtle Basket
Phillips award-winning chocolate turtles are made exactly as they were 87 years ago. Rich, smooth caramel is combined with hand-roasted premium nuts and topped with luscious milk, deep dark, or white chocolate with pecans, cashews or almonds. Phillips popular Chocolate Turtle Basket makes a great gift for family, friends and co-workers. One-pound Chocolate Turtle Basket is available for $43.75. Order online at http://www.phillipsturtles.com.

Sea Salted Milk and Dark Chocolate Caramels
Using their family's secret caramel recipe kept under lock and key, Phillips handcrafts a selection of milk and dark chocolate covered caramels finished with Himalayan White Sea Salt. These sweet and salty confections are available in a nine-piece assortment for $9.50. Order online at http://www.phillipschocolate.com.

Phillips Signature Hot Chocolate
Sold in a 12 oz. tin for $7.00, or in a holiday gift package for $13.95 with mini-marshmallows, chocolate shavings and handmade peppermint sticks, Phillips signature hot cocoa can be prepared with any milk– even rice or soy – to create a nice, rich hot chocolate to be savored on a cold winter's night. Order online at http://www.phillipschocolate.com.

Phillips Candy House
Since 1925, family-owned and operated, Phillips Candy House, has delighted generations with New England's finest selection of hand-dipped milk and dark chocolates, sugar-free chocolates, old fashioned fudge, chocolate truffles and hand roasted premium nuts. Phillips Candy House has two Massachusetts locations - 818 Morrissey Blvd. in Boston and at the South Shore Plaza in Braintree. All products are available by ordering online at http://www.phillipschocolate.com or calling (800) 722-0905.  Phillips Candy House ships to locations around the world.

Contact: Mindy Valone or Lori Moretti
CM Communications
(617) 536-3400 / [email protected]  

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