Here’s How to Order a Reese’s Bouquet for Valentine’s Day

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Flowers are pretty, but you can't EAT them! This Reese's bouquet is here to save Valentine's Day.

Valentine’s Day candy competition is tight this year, but Reese’s isn’t backing down. Say goodbye to that old candy heart and flowers combo and HELLO to a Reese’s bouquet!

A Very Peanut-Buttery Valentine’s Day

This gift was made for melting your partner’s heart—and absolutely dominating Valentine’s Day. Tell your significant other how much you love them with a creamy mix of peanut butter and chocolate. You can buy the appropriately named Reese’s Extravaganza Bouquet right now, ahead of the holiday.

We have a feeling these are gonna go fast, so make sure to nab one before that last-minute Valentine’s Day rush. Otherwise you’ll need to treat your sweetheart with homemade peanut butter cups.

Here’s What You’ll Get

With this sweet deal, you’ll get 24 delicious Reese’s peanut butter cups. If that’s not enough chocolate and peanut butter to satisfy your loved one, we’re not sure what will. (You could always try a teddy bear, but is that really better than Reese’s?)

The gift basket is bright orange, in theme with Reese’s packaging, with faux flowers tucked between the cups. It’s all tied with a bow, making it hands down the cutest gift you can give this Valentine’s Day.

How to Order

The bouquet is currently priced on Amazon at just under $45—plus $8.49 for shipping. For all you get, this is a pretty good deal (and way cheaper than a dozen roses).

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Katie Bandurski
Katie is an Associate Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in writing and email newsletters. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and combing through antique shops.