It's not Lindor, Godiva, or Ghirardelli announcing new truffles weeks before Valentine's Day, but Heinz. Yes, Heinz Ketchup is dropping a line of tomato-flavored chocolate truffles for Valentine's Day. I've never seen anyone dip their chocolates into ketchup, but hey, someone asked for it.
I wholeheartedly believe ketchup is made for french fries and hot dogs, but if something about the ketchup taste in chocolate sounds amazing to you, give these truffles a try. America's favorite ketchup took flavor mashups to the next level. I think Mayochup, Mayomust, and Kranch are some crossovers that needed to happen, but I can't wrap my head around tomato ketchup truffles.
Get them for your Valentine, or save a box for your next cookout. Any die-hard ketchup lover will surely love the taste of red ripe tomatoes mixed with chocolate, right!? So who was behind this condiment and chocolate mashup? That would be Heinz of course, and Fortnum & Mason.
Fortnum & Mason has a wonderful line of biscuits, wine, spirits, homeware, and of course, chocolate. Henry J. Heinz holds a special place in Fortnum's heart, so to pay homage to Heinz Tomato Ketchup, we have a unique Valentine's Day gift to send to our loved ones.
I'm not sure if you'll be able to find these chocolates in the United States, but we're still lucky to have some Heinz classic ketchup staples available just about anywhere. Replenish your fridges and pantries with a bottle of Heinz Ketchup or tomato sauce today.
Why does Heinz taste better out of a glass bottle?
Heinz has your pickle-cravings covered.
Heinz Organic Tomato Ketchup is just as good as a bottle of Heinz Tomato Ketchup. This gluten-free ketchup has wonderful reviews.
This ketchup bottle is probably sitting in all of our refrigerators right now. (Upside down, of course). It's a new year, time to get a new squeeze bottle.
Not only does Heinz make the best ketchup, but they also make wonderful mixes of our favorite condiments. Get your saucy sauce today!