Bing cherries are large, dark cherries originally from the Pacific Northwest. These cherries are covered in gourmet chocolate and are one of the best-loved confections of Dilettante Chocolates. Compared to the Royal cherry, these chocolate Bing cherries provide a richer cherry flavor.
Each cherry in this 5-lb bulk bag is made with local dried Bing cherries. These cherries are first dried and then undergo a process called dragée to coat them in chocolate. This process involves gently tumbling fruit in specialty revolving kettles to surround the fruit centers. The Bing cherries are first coated in milk and dark chocolate before finishing with an outer layer of milk chocolate.
The finished product is a remarkably smooth chocolate-fruit creation with a firm texture and gourmet chocolate taste. The perfect process ensures no cracks or blemishes on the chocolate shell.
Dilettante sources its premium Bing cherries from local Pacific Northwest farmers. This ensures each bite of Bing cherry delivers a savory and vibrant flavor.
Receive the best value when buying decadent chocolate fruit candy. This five-pound resealable bag will ensure plenty of chocolate-covered fruit for any home or office. Use for refilling candy dishes, save for special events and parties, or indulge personally in this irresistible chocolate fruit flavor.
We have these on hand all the time! Marcia grabs a couple when she needs to go out early in the morning. We serve them when we are playing cards. Our guests love them. They are big, juicy, wonderful tasting and very convenient. Obviously we like them—we buy them by five-pound bags!
We have enjoyed Chocolate covered bing cherries for a number of years. We started at COSCO but then went direct to Dilettante, now in bulk. They are always delicious!
These chocolate covered Bing cherries is a family favorite (so delicious) and I have ordered it many times throughout the years to make sure I have them on hand for visits from them; also friends love them!! Thank you for your prompt confirmation and shipment of my order. Sue Imagawa