Offer Your Condolences with Hand-Made Sympathy Gifts

Nothing in the world is harder than losing a loved one. The pain that comes with losing someone deeply cared for can leave one worn out, stressed, and unmotivated. There isn’t a whole lot someone can do for those that lose a loved one, but one of the things you can do to show your love is bring them a beautiful sympathy or shiva gift from The Sweet Tooth.

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The Sweet Tooth is a chocolatier that specializes in many things, one of them being beautiful hand made sympathy gifts. The Sweet Tooth’s delicious sympathy baskets are the perfect gift to show your sympathy when someone is going through a hard time.

The Sweet Tooth offers a wide variety of sympathy baskets, in all sizes and combinations. These baskets specifically contain your choice combination of Chocolate covered pretzels, chocolate covered oreos, cookies, rugelach, brownies, truffles, chocolate bark, clusters and dipped fruit.

For Jewish families,  Shiva (Hebrew: שבעה‎, literally “seven”) is the week-long mourning period in Judaism for first-degree relatives: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, and spouse. The ritual is referred to as “sitting shiva.”  It is traditional to bring gifts of food to the home where family and friends are sitting shiva.  It is proper and respectful to bring Kosher food to such events; all products from The Sweet Tooth are kosher.

Nothing offers your condolences better than the Sweet Tooth’s sympathy gifts. The fact that they are all completely hand-made gives a more personal feel to the gift, making them perfect for any sympathy occasion.

Along with just the sympathy baskets, The Sweet Tooth has hand-made chocolates that also can be tailor-made to fit any occasion. If the sympathy gift is for a diabetic, The Sweet Tooth has you covered with a wide range of sugar chocolates and sympathy baskets as well.

No matter what sympathy gifts you need, The Sweet Tooth can create them to perfection. To place an order, contact us today!

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