Bar 32 in Atlantic City is selling Valentine’s Day chocolate boxes inspired by Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce

Do you have a “blank space” when it comes to Valentine’s Day gifts for your Taylor Swift-obsessed “lover”? A Jersey Shore chocolate shop is selling treats that will leave Swifties “enchanted.”

Atlantic City chocolatier Bar 32 is selling boxes of limited-edition “Love Story #87” chocolates, inspired by the pop star’s relationship with Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The $50 package can be purchased in-store or ordered online.


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Named after a Swift song and Kelce’s jersey number, the “Love Story #87” boxes contain several types of chocolates, including: dark chocolate and raspberry bon bons, white chocolate bark pieces with gold leaf, milk chocolate cake pops with heart sprinkles and dipped chocolate. Oreos. There is also an assortment of football-themed milk and dark chocolate pieces.

“Bar 32 Chocolate invites you to have fun and celebrate love with the ‘Love Story #87’ box set – a sweet tribute to the harmonious union of this sensational couple,” the chocolate company said in a press release. “Get ready for a chocolate date as cute, fun and delicious as Taylor and Travis’ love story!”

Swift and Kelce’s own “love story” reportedly began over the summer, when Kelce attended Swift’s Eras tour. He was hoping to give Swift a friendship bracelet with his phone number on it, he joked on the “New Heights” podcast he co-hosts with his big brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce.

Since late September, when Swift first came to a Chiefs game, they have been spotted together in public on several occasions, supporting each other’s careers. Kelce attended one of Swift’s concerts in Argentina in November, and Swift is a regular at Chiefs games. Swift, who was born in West Reading and has previously claimed to be an Eagles fan, reportedly met Jason and his wife Kylie for the first time during the Chiefs’ win over the Bills earlier this month.

On Sunday, Swift was on hand to celebrate the Chiefs’ AFC championship victory over the Ravens with Travis’ parents Ed and Donna, as well as Jason and Kylie. “Tayvis,” as fans nicknamed the couple, also shared sweet moments on the field after the match.

Swift is expected to attend the Grammy Awards on Sunday before continuing her record-breaking Eras Tour next week in Tokyo. She performs there the Saturday before the Super Bowl, but social media users have underlines that Swift could board a plane from Japan to Las Vegas to support her pal in the big match. If she succeeds, maybe she’ll bring some “Tayvoodoo” for Kansas City – since that would be her. Chiefs Game 13 of the season, which Swifties know is the singer’s lucky number.

This isn’t Bar 32’s first foray into Swiftie territory. In 2022, the chocolatier held a Willy Wonka-style ticket competition for Swift’s Eras tour. Customers who purchased Bar 32’s limited-edition Christmas candy bars had the chance to receive a “golden ticket” – in this case, two tickets to see Swift perform at Lincoln Financial Field last May.

Besides unique chocolates, Bar 32 also serves desserts and cocktails every weekend. The store, located at 121 S. Tennessee Ave, is open Fridays and Saturdays from 4 p.m. to midnight and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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