Cherries Divine Chocolatiers


Cherries Divine Chocolatiers creates long-stemmed, hand-dipped, gourmet chocolate-covered cherries, using a recipe that dates back generations.

Linda Freeman, mother/mother-in-law of Cherries Divine owners and chocolatiers Andy and Stacey Freeman, had been making sweet butter cream coated, chocolate-covered cherries for her family and friends for years, when Andy, then in the printing business, started bringing his mother’s cherries with him on sales calls. Before he even got back to the office, he would have requests—not for his printing services, but for his mother’s cherries. Andy capitalized on this demand, and with a recipe from mother to son Cherries Divine Chocolatiers was born in Atlanta, GA.

Mother Linda still helps out from time to time, wrapping each uniquely flavored maraschino cherry from the Columbia River Gorge of the Pacific Northwest in butter cream and then hand-dipping it in milk, white or dark chocolate, all the while keeping the long-stems intact. The result is confections as aesthetically pleasing as they are satisfying to the palate.

Cherries Divine don't ooze, like most chocolate cherry confections, contain only 70 calories and are trans-fat free. They are packaged in platinum-embossed boxes with chocolate brown borders.

They have been featured on The Today Show and as the snack of the day on Rachael Ray.




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