Montclair’s Miss Nicky Debuts a New Flavor Toffee Just in Time For the Holidays


Miss Nicky's Original Gourmet Toffee

Nicky Mesiah, aka Miss Nicky, has been making the most delicious gourmet toffee in Montclair, and beyond, since 2006. She started with her Miss Nicky’s Original Gourmet Toffee made with Chocolate and with or without nuts and is also gluten-free. Next in line was the Mazel Toffee with the addition of cinnamon, raisins, and cherries, created as a gift for Bobbi Brown’s son’s Bar Mitzvah a few years ago. Today, just in time for the holidays, Miss Nicky introduces her new flavor—Orange Cinnamon Toffee.

The new Orange Cinnamon, or OC, Gourmet Toffee, like the other flavors, are made with no added preservatives, no high fructose corn syrup, no additives, and are gluten free. The secret to Miss Nicky’s delicious toffee is that it’s made weekly and has a short shelf life of about 8 weeks—but a box doesn’t last nearly that long in my house! What I loved most about the Orange Cinnamon Toffee is that the citrus flavor is subtle and the flavors are layered. At first bite, the cinnamon hits you, next comes the buttery toffee flavor and last, a hint of orange. With winter on its way, orange is the perfect flavor to add a bit of warmth and sunshine.

You can taste the new OC Gourmet Toffee flavor, as well as other Miss Nicky treats, at Williams-Sonoma in Upper Montclair on Sunday, December 8 from 1-4 pm.

Miss Nicky's Original Gourmet ToffeeMiss Nicky’s Gourmet Toffee is sold online or by call directly 973.744.1788. It’s also sold locally at: Kling Arts on Walnut Street, Chelsea Square in Upper Montclair, and Amanti Vino on Church Street. All toffee comes wrapped in pretty boxes with fabric ribbon, making them the perfect gift for the holidays.

Another great Miss Nicky treat great for your holiday meals are her Crispy vegan BFE Cookies. BFF stands for Butterless, Flourless, Eggless. If you attended Celebrate Vegan Day at Williams-Sonoma in September, you tasted those really good and healthy treats. You can purchase BFF cookies at sold at Mesob Restaurant in Montclair , Terra Tea Salon @Isabel Rose Cafe in Main Library and at PositiviTEA Cafe in Verona.


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