Cherikoff On-line store - Xmas Club

Are you like me and find that Xmas is a huge expense what with the food, drinks AND the gifts at a time when you want to holiday and just kick back?

The Cherikoff On-line Store is now operating to take the pain out of Xmas.

We are now offering a Xmas Club deal for anyone wanting to gift the Flavors of Australia to their friends and family at the end of the year. We all know how expensive Xmas can be and so the Cherikoff On-line store is taking the pain out of your Xmas shopping.

We are offering a payment plan for any orders over $300 place in the store.

You choose from our selection of hampers or individual products that you might bundle yourself (Skews and a Hot Sheet make a great gift). You add the words Xmas Club into the comment line as you check out (do NOT use Paypal as this will charge the whole amount).

We then divide the number of weeks between your purchase date and the 13th December and we bill your Visa, Mastercard or AmEx for this part-payment each week until we complete your order on the 13th December and your goods will be sent to you in that final week.

Should you choose to join our Xmas Club we will also reward you with a gift of our own for yourself. We can’t say what it is because it’s a Xmas present from us to you.

So all you need to do is to think about how many people for whom you need to buy gifts and then head on over to our on-line store. It’s painless, no parking, no fighting the Xmas crush, no last minute gifts to find. Easy as.

Vic Cherikoff

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Peter - September 1, 2015 Reply

Hi Vic
Hope you have continued success Vic.
Just wondering if you have a favorite wattle seed or wattle tree that produces the most seed per tree.
Thanks for your time.
Peter

    Vic Cherikoff - September 1, 2015 Reply

    Thanks Peter,
    It is more a matter of where growers are situated as to which species they can grow. Some wattles are being developed as new grains or wheat-flour additives (to boost protein content). In sub-Saharan Africa, A. holocericea has been planted for food. There are species appropriate for southern Australian states eg A. oswaldii and more for arid zones eg A. coriacea and A. aneura.
    Are you looking to grow something?
    Cheers,
    Vic

Sue - July 13, 2015 Reply

I am looking for two pounds of whole wattle seeds.
Do you know who would sell them?
Thank you

    Vic Cherikoff - August 31, 2015 Reply

    Hi Sue,
    We only sell the product prepared for use as the whole seeds need to be roasted and milled well to release their best flavour.
    Cheers,
    Vic

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