As a college student 37 years ago, Phyllis LeBlanc worked as a chocolate dipper at Harbor Sweets in Salem, Massachusetts. The store made just one product then. Today, she owns Harbor Sweets, and though she has added many different chocolate products, the most popular one remains the original Sweet Sloop. This delectable treat is a dark chocolate sailboat with a white chocolate jib sail and an unseen but crucial keel of almond butter crunch, with the sides lightly crusted with crushed pecans. The combination of nut crunch and two kinds of chocolate in this bite-size confection can set me off to sink a small fleet of Sweet Sloops. Harbor Sweets handcrafts more than two million Sweet Sloops every year. As a holiday gift, it evokes warm sentiments for those who enjoyed Almond Roca as a child. For the holidays, Sweet Sloops come in a nutcracker box with 12 pieces ($15.95) or a blue snowflake box with 36 pieces ($35.95).