"It's just too sweet for me," my mother profers as the explanation for why she's passing her bag of Mazel Toffee to her only child. Fortunately that sentence is perfectly incoherent to me, even if the toffee had tasted like a Heath Bar in white chocolate, which in fact it didn't. Terry's Toffee is a Chicago confectioner that is just good enough that it can be forgiven for referring to its business as "an outpouring of creative Self." Its Mazel Toffee is a combination of toffee, matzah, and milk chocolate. Oddly, they tout the kashrut of their matzah but the product as a whole isn't hekshered, so no real point there, right? Also they don't say whether it's regular or KLP matzah. The toffee is indeed quite sweet rather than the salty buttery kind, but it isn't rot your teeth out sweet and it has a lovely burnt sugar aftertaste. They use Guittard chocolate and make fourteen other flavors, all of which are gluten-free and some which sound delicious, like Lavenilla and Peppermint Pistachio Crunch. Others sound weird for toffee, like Asian Accent with ginger and wasabi peas. At the very least they know how to talk like a socially responsible company, with a special page on their website dedicated to causes they support. At the moment they're also supporting my sweet tooth.