Cocoa Trees produce pods and each pod contains about 20 to 50 Cocoa Beans. There are different varieties of Cocoa Beans with different flavors, and, just like different grapes are used to make different wines, different Cocoa Beans are used to make different kinds of Chocolates. Cocoa Beans are fermented, dried, roasted, and ground before being used to produce chocolate.
There is no better way to say, “I am sorry,” to someone than by sending them a delicious box of chocolates. Share the mouth watering treats with your family or friends while sending them a special apology message in a unique way that is guaranteed to receive smiles and forgiveness.
Arguments are worth their sweet moments of reconciliation, they say. This never proves more accurate than when the reconciliation plan includes a box of I’m sorry chocolate.
How many times do our words say what we do not mean, and our actions involuntarily hurt? Words are poor tools when trying to express the sorrow. If, however, a sincere apology is accompanied by a gift from the heart, it becomes more than just a defensive expression of regret. It becomes an acknowledgment that we care, and a sweet moment taking away the bitterness of our mistakes.
What better way to calm the biting taste of one’s missteps than offering the sweet gift of I’m sorry chocolate?
For those times when words are not enough, Serenata brings the boxes of I’m sorry chocolate to free the ones who err from the prison of their own mistakes. Let a gracious gesture and the luscious taste of chocolate speak for you. Saying “sorry” does not have to be a daunting task, nor an intimidating experience. Instead, it may be the perfect occasion for the ones who stumbled to show the sweetness of their manner, the worth of their character – and the thoughtfulness of their gifts.
When a word was misplaced or a certain look misinterpreted, when a rushed gesture hurt, or when the right thing to do was simply not that easy to figure out, the Serenata I’m sorry chocolate may not make it all right, but will definitely make it better. Who said reconciliation cannot be delicious?