Every year, Halloween becomes a bigger holiday. The National Retail Federation predicts that Americans will spend $8.4 billion — an all-time high — in 2016 on candy, decorations and costumes. Whether you are throwing a party, supervising a trick-or-treat trek or answering the door, don’t forget to treat yourself as well.
One part candy, one part granola bar, these upscale chocolate-coated truffles are made with lux organic ingredients, including Fair Trade dark chocolate, gluten-free oats, cane sugar, dates, coconut oil, ginger, orange and chia.
Perfect for ghoulish celebrations, this attractive wine is an oaky, smooth blend of Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Pinot Noir grapes harvested in the Languedoc region of France and aged for eight weeks.
Before you take the kiddos door-to-door, pack a thermos of this deep, dark, coffee-infused hot chocolate, made with organic cocoa, cane sugar, vanilla bean and nonfat dry milk. Trick-or-treating will be just as fun for you as it is for your little goblins.
Produced and bottled in Shoreham, Vermont, this effervescent hard cider is a dry sipper made with nine different apples, including Jonagold, Empire, McIntosh and Somerset Redstreak. At 6.0 percent ABV, Shacksbury will convert even hard-core beer drinkers.