Sweet Mona’s Chocolate Boutique celebrates first 10 years in Langley

There’s a sweet deal coming to Langley in honor of a chocolatier’s first 10 years in business.

  • Wednesday, February 17, 2016 12:00pm
  • Business

Mona Newbauer

There’s a sweet deal coming to Langley in honor of a chocolatier’s first 10 years in business.

Sweet Mona’s Chocolate Boutique on Second Street is celebrating her first decade of operation with an open house and sale Saturday, Feb. 20. In honor of the first 10 years, owner Mona Newbauer is selling 10 chocolates for $10, awarding a giveaway drawing every half hour, and a free chocolate tasting wheel, free coffee and refreshments, free chocolate-themed party favors and balloons.

Newbauer’s truffles typically cost $2.75 each, with an assorted dozen costing $27 per box.

Her salted caramels drew the attention of Seattle Chocolates’ JCOCO brand, which partnered with Sweet Mona’s and is now selling the candy under its name.

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