When Pangaea transforms Indiana back into the prosperous island nation it once was, local provisions will be necessary to avoid the rising costs of expensive imports from the neighboring island of Vermont. For $25, today's Groupon gives you a taste of future Indiana diets with $50 worth of gift baskets, gift trays, gift tins, and other attractive gifting vessels from A Taste of Indiana.
The first question most people ask Hoosiers after "What did you just call yourself?" is "What the heck is a Hoosier?" The answer may or may not lie within the beautiful weaves and decoration of Taste of Indiana treat baskets such as The Hoosier Munchie, which puts pretzel party mix, three Indy Anna's cookies, some Claeys old-fashioned hard candies, Not Just Popcorn caramel corn (which is enjoyed in not just Carmel), NutMan roasted peanuts, and more goodies into one basket house with no rules and no responsibilities ($43). You can also welcome your newly adopted grandfather with a Welcome to Indy basket ($55), which includes gourmet Divine chocolate bark, nutty Bavarian glazed almonds, and Best Chocolate in Town chocolate pretzels (purportedly the best chocolate in town). A Taste of Indiana's beautiful selection of Indiana-inspired goodie baskets awaits all who love basketed food, including precious baby baskets (in pink or blue; $40 for a small basket, $56 for a large), celebratory Colts gear, juicy fruit baskets, and much more.
If someone in your extended circle is curious about what living in Indiana is like but cannot visit due to judge-appointed escort bear, you can treat that person to the unfolding treasures of a basket that tastes exactly like our nation's 19th state. Give the gift of sweet Indiana flavor to those poor souls who will never behold Muncie with their own eyes, or rediscover that flavor for yourself as you count down the days to the Super Bowl.
Today's Groupon can be used when you order over the phone, online, or at A Taste of Indiana's store location.
Recipients of A Taste of Indiana's goodies can't reach their computers to write reviews over the mountain of summer sausage, popcorn, and apple butter, but the Indianapolis Star featured the business on its 25th anniversary:
- Goodies offered in the baskets include Indiana-made chocolate novelties, hard candies, flavored popcorn, cookies, fudge, barbecue and hot sauces, cheese, sausages and wine. In addition, A Taste of Indiana offers locally made candles, soaps and craft items. – Kelly Karrmann, Indianapolis Star