Caramel Daffodil Box
All my favorite things in one little box! Amazing caramels, beautiful packaging, with with adorable drawings of goats! You can't go wrong with this as a treat for yourself or a loved one! -Rachel, Assistant Editor
These delicious caramels are made with only high-quality, GMO-free, local and/or organic ingredients to supplement the primary ingredient and principal flavoring agent: fresh, raw, creamy and delicious goat milk from Big Picture Farm in Vermont!
This box set includes a mix of our four favorite flavors: Sea Salt & Vanilla, Maple Cream, Chai, and Cocoa Latte
Cocoa Latte: farmstead goat milk, organic sugar, Vermont cow cream, organic tapioca syrup, espresso, white chocolate (organic cane juice, cocoa butter, goat’s milk powder), goat butter, sea salt, organic vanilla extract, baking soda
Chai: farmstead goat milk, organic sugar, VT cow cream, organic tapioca syrup, goat butter, salt, organic vanilla extract, organic chai (cinnamon cardamom ginger black pepper clove), baking soda
Maple Cream: farmstead goat milk, organic sugar, Vermont cow cream, organic tapioca syrup, VTermont maple syrup, goat butter, sea salt, organic vanilla extract, baking soda
Original Sea Salt & Vanilla: farmstead goat milk, organic sugar, VT cow cream, organic tapioca syrup, goat butter, sea salt, organic pure bourbon vanilla extract, baking soda
Meet the Maker: Big Picture Farm
Big Picture Farm is a small hillside goat dairy and farmstead confectionery and creamery located in southern Vermont, started in 2010 by Louisa Conrad and Lucas Farrell (and now joined by their daughter, Maisie). Their award-winning goat milk caramels and farmstead cheeses are made with fresh, raw, creamy goat’s milk from their herd of 40 healthy and happy, free-ranging companions. An Animal-Welfare-Approved farm, the health and happiness of the animals is the center around which their farm and farm products revolve. Their mission is also to integrate agriculture and narrative in a fresh way that properly evokes the place, animals, and work in order to bring to life the exciting and unpredictable evolution of their products, farm, and lives. Follow along and get to know their goats at @bigpicturefarm.