Shenanigans!

Foil Color
Gold
Gold
Silver
Silver
Copper
Copper
Blue
Blue
Green
Green
Pink
Pink
Red
Red
Purple
Purple
Assorted
Assorted
Flavor
Milk Chocolate
Milk Chocolate
Dark Chocolate
Dark Chocolate
Dark Mint Chocolate
Dark Mint Chocolate
Clear selection

Our Belgian milk chocolate St. Patty’s coins are made with world-renowned Callebaut® chocolate producing a scrumptious milk, cocoa and just a hint of caramel taste. Absolutely delicious dark chocolate coins are available in gold or silver foil.

80 coins in a pound. And one or both sides of your coins can be precision-embossed… your design stamped into the foil and pressed down into the chocolate. Nine gor-gee-hus foil colors to choose from.

Don’t settle for inferior quality chocolate. You and your guests deserve the rich, creamy taste and texture only pure Belgian chocolate can offer. Along with it, you’ll get the selection, service and wicked goodness only Foiled Again! can deliver. Shenanigans commence!

$0.39

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SKU: STP-301 | Weight .2 oz | Dimensions 1.5 × 1.5 × .125 in | Category:

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I would like to thank Foiled Again! for another successful surprise. I worked first with Scott to give out coins for St. Patrick’s day to a preschool and a primary classroom .last year. The Kids and the teachers had the coins delivered by a 6 ft 3 leprechaun-red hair, Red Beard with a green jacket(I’ve never seen one so he had to be real!)
Then this year we Surprised a Senior living center for the Year of the Dragon! Everyone got Beautiful Coins of Red and Gold in a red envelope served with thier dinner.
This company always comes through with the perfect coins no matter the occassion. What a group and wonderful customer service. They are always thinking ahead of the curve.

–Becky
March 28th, 2024