Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Christmas at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory ~ #2013ChristmasGiftGuide #Giveaway #Review

Warning.  This post might have you lick your computer screen.  Christmas is not Christmas without chocolate overflowing on our treat table.  In my case it is almost empty again.  Everyone in my family loves chocolate especially the three vultures.  Normally I would not give it to my youngest daughter but she has to have what her big sister is having.  There is not way around it.  The one chocolate store they all love to go and visit is the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Store.  The place that always makes my mouth drool.  Check out their Christmas collection because there is something there for everyone.



Need ideas for Stocking Stuffers?  Check out the traditional Christmas Balls ($7oz of milk chocolate) that tastes so good that you could never have only one.  My girls have been begging me for another one then again for another.  I had to limit them to three each.  They are hovering over me to see if I wave and give them more.  This package is great for sharing among co-workers, class mates, or all to yourself if you don't want to share.

If you want to jazz it up a bit, the Christmas Tree (3.4 oz, milk, white, or dark) is also a great idea.  This tasty solid chocolate shaped into a tree is perfect to include as a decorative piece to attach on the present.  The recipient won't be incline to share like the Christmas Balls.  However this is much better than a bow.

A great mini gift idea or another stocking stuffer would be the Chocolate Pretzel Pack.  It contains 6 Pretzel dipped in chocolate and rolled in candy cane bits.  This is a great Christmas gift idea who  likes sweet, salty, and peppermint taste.  Perfect to give to someone like a school bus driver, school secretary, and even to the lunchroom teacher.

If you are looking for something cute and is the "bomb", try treating someone to the Candy Cane Santa Bomb as another stocking stuffer idea.  It is very hard to describe it but I will try my best.  It is shaped into a ball, almost like a truffle and inside contains with candy cane bits inside.  It taste so good and I wish I had more.  Make sure you purchase a few since they are hard to resist.  You can't have just one.

You can't forget those who celebrate Chanukah because Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory made this 4oz hollow milk chocolate Driedle just for the occasion.  This treat should be included in their driedle game.  It would be a great prize I bet everyone wants to get their hands on this chocolate.

Sometimes giving someone the same box of chocolate might be redundant.  Image if a teacher with 30 kids give her chocolates and it might be all the same/similar.  So here is some great ideas I think the receiver will enjoy.

The 11oz Clusters Christmas Tree (white chocolate drizzled over milk) would be a nice little gift to give or to keep at home.  I think it could be a great center piece at a Christmas party if it lasted long enough for the evening. Guests will be breaking a piece of it off throughout the night and it will be gone before you know it.  It is that good.  The top is shredded coconut mixed with chocolate.  The rest of the body is solid milk chocolate with a hint of dried cranberries.  This did not barely last a day so purchase plenty because they will be eaten before you know it.  If someone received this all wrapped up, they would not have guessed it was chocolate.

Candy Cane Bark has become a tradition for me.  I seem to purchase this for many years.  My daughter loves eating chocolate and candy canes and loves to eat these together.  Who could say no to a large bar of milk chocolate with a layer of crumbled candy canes? Another chocolate treat my daughter kept on eating.  I think I have 6"1 male mouse who also has been nibbling it away and he thinks I would not notice.

If you have someone who is nut crazy like me, I bet the 18oz Nut & Brittle Tray would be the perfect gift you might be looking for.  My whole family including my mom and brother loves nuts and chocolate.  This tray consist of 6.5" small tray of 6oz deluxe brittle, 6oz bag of mixed nuts, 5.5 oz chocolate covered almond clusters and 3 pieces of chocolate foiled bells.  It was all good.  After a few days there is barely anything left.  I know a few people in my life would love to have this.  This would also be great to serve at a Christmas party.  Purchase enough for the evening and all you have to do is unwrap it.  Your are all set, don't even need to find a plate because it comes with a tray to use to display the goodies.

Rocky has gift packs that starts at C$29.99 that has a combination of items the receiver will enjoy.

The final verdict is that my family and I absolutely adored every chocolate that came to my house.  It was the hardest to pick and choose when selecting which one to sample.  Since my family and I devoured them in record time I have no choice but to restock with more Rocky Mountain chocolates.  Hop over to Rocky Mountain chocolate factory store and there is so much selection that you will sure not be disappointed and there is a possibility that you might pick up something for yourself.

There is a Christmas promotion that ends December 25th that inside in selected 14oz boxed chocolate might contain a Rocky Card value between $10 to $100.  Good Luck!

GIVEAWAY!

The infamous Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory would like to offer two of my lucky readers a $25 gift card each to their store.  That is chocolate heaven.

This contest will run from November 27th to December 25th, 2013 (midnight EST).  Winners, You have 72 hours to reply.  You must be 18+ Canadians Only.  Good Luck!


a Rafflecopter giveaway



*Disclosure - This product in this review was provided to me free of cost of the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

178 comments:

  1. Ontario and I would get anything dark chocolate!

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  2. Ontario. And I love anything with the chocolate and caramel combo!

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  3. I would get some maple & chocolate fudge.

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  4. I'm from Saskatchewan and would spend the $25 on the No sugar added goodies as I'm diabetic

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  5. I'm from BC and I would spend the $25 on some brittle and seafoam.

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  6. I'm from ON, and I would spend it on a box of truffles.

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  7. chocolate covered apples im in ontario
    lynnbeaniethethird@yahoo.ca

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  8. BC....and maple fudge. Mmmmmm.

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  9. From Alberta! CANT DECIDE! Everything looks delicious kristy_wng@hotmail.com | kristy wong

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  10. Ontario and I would get the 14 oz Chocolate Assortment = )

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  11. I'm in BC. I would definitely spend my gift card on the tiger chocolate covered caramel apples. So good!

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  12. Alberta and Original Caramel Apples! Yum!

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  13. I am from Saskatchewan and I would get a Dark Chocolate with nuts.

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  14. I'm from Saskatchewan and I would get Chocolate Covered Almonds.

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  15. I would get the candy cane bark

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  16. I'm from BC and would spend it on Origin chocolate bars

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  17. I am from Ontario and I would spend it on fudge or the caramel apples.

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  18. Iam from Ont!!I would buy the candy cane bark!!

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  19. London Ontario the dog bones and the candy came bark yummy!

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  20. I am from Ontario and I would love to get two of the fancy apples, maybe the Angry Bird or oreo cookie one for my son's stocking.
    pam w h

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  21. Ontario and I would spend it on dark chocolate!

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  22. New Brunswick

    Chocolate covered apples.

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  23. New Brunswick and I would spend it on some of those lovely Christmas stir sticks.

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  24. I'm in Ontario and I'd buy dark chocolate with nuts

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  25. I am in New Brunswick and I would spend it on some no sugar added chocolates.

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  26. I'm from Saskatchewan, and I'd spend my gift card on toffee.

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  27. i'm from ontario. i would get an assortment of their fudge

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  28. I live in Nova Scotia. I would buy the 14 oz Holiday Chocolate Assortment box
    thanks

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  29. BC - dark chocolate

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  30. I'm in ON, and I'd love to get the chocolate Christmas tree

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  31. newfoundland and I would get Chocolate Covered Almonds.

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  32. Ontario here, I would spend it on my mom.

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  33. I'm in Ontario & I'd spend it on Old Fashioned Fudge! Do I have to share?
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  34. BC - The chocolate pretzels would be a huge hit around here

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  35. im from Ontario & would pick some maple syrup & chocolate covered almonds.. mmmmm

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  36. I'm from BC. I'd get a box of assorted milk chocolates.

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  37. I am in Ontario, and i would buy lots of Rudolph suckers!

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  38. British Columbia, chocolate fudge!!

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  39. I would spend it one milk chocolate and I am from Newfoundland

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  40. I'm from Alberta and I would buy Maple fudge, New York Cheesecake Caramels and Pastel Chocolate Wild Cherries

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  41. BC. Picking the Seafoam
    jan

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  42. Elizabeth Friesen (@emfriesen)28 November 2013 at 13:00

    I'm from Ontario. I would spend it on fudge, nut brittle, and anything with caramel. :D

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  43. I live in Ontario and I would get the Holiday Chocolate Assortment.

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  44. Newfoundland~ All of it looks so good!! It will take much deliberation and a possible thinker pose to find the optimal choice

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  45. i'm from QC, will spend it on no sugar added chocolates

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  46. I'm in Ontario. I'd get Old Fashioned Fudge. Yum!

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  47. I am located in Toronto and I'd probably indulge in one of the RCMF gourmet apples!

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  48. Alberta, I'd spend it on CANADA - Chocolate Assortment as well as Canadian Maple Syrup

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  49. I am from Ontario. I would buy some seafoam and some fudge.

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  50. Nut & brittle tray....for a gift------ONTARIO

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  51. I Hail from Ontario and I would spend it ALL on Fudge...Yummy yummy fudge

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  52. I'm in ON, I would give the card to my better half!

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  53. I'm from Ontario and I would buy chocolate truffles and some fudge.

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  54. I'm from Nova Scotia. I'd spend my gift card on Chocolate Covered Almonds and Pastel Chocolate Blueberries.

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  55. I would get some chocolate covered seafoam!

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  56. I'm from Ontario and I would get some treats for my kids and anything with nuts and chocolate mixed for me! :)

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  57. Ontario. I would probably spend it on maple fudge

    Melinda L.

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  58. I live in NB and I would spend it on fudge!

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  59. I would get some chocolate bars/chocolate covered almonds.
    (Debbie W)

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  60. I'm from Alberta and I would spend the $25 on some brittle and seafoam and fudge

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  61. From Ontario. I'd spend the gift card on Dark Chocolate Fudge

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  62. Wow..
    Great giveaway / contest.
    I hope I can have similar giveaway like this too.
    Hope everyone enjoy it. Good luck.

    Regards,
    Ardamus

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  63. BC - and anything dark chocolate!

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  64. Alberta and would get the Chocolate Assortment!

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  65. I am from Ontario and I have always wanted one of their caramel apples, so that is one thing I would buy if I won. (Judy Cowan)

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  66. I'm in Ontario. I would buy dark chocolates.

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  67. Ontario, and Dark Chocolate is my addiction so it would go there!

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  68. I would spend it on fudge and Candy Cane Santa Bombs. I am from Ontario!

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  69. i;d buy candy apples!
    Angie @ itsjustmebub@hotmail.com

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  70. Ontario; boxed chocolates! (CarmenQ)

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  71. Ontario. Ive always wanted to try their chocolate covered apples.

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  72. I'm from Ontario and I would spend the gift card on a chocolate assortment and one of their amazing apples. Probably the one coated in white chocolate and peanut butter *drool*

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  73. I'm from Alberta - the land of snow and ice ;-) I'd spend the GC on truffles mostly, white or milk chocolate.

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  74. I'm in ON, and would use it for an assortment of dark chocolate

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  75. in MB, i love the giant cookies, especially the one with white chocolate chips
    (stacey h)

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  76. I'm from Ontario and I'd get original candy apples!

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  77. I'm in BC and I would get some cashew brittle and chocolate fudge.

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  78. I'm in Alberta. I would buy this: Chocolatier's Best 9 oz Assortment for 24.99$.
    Thanks.

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  79. BC, I think I would get caramel apples for christmas eve

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  80. I would spend it on fudge! Im in Ont

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  81. BC and I love their sweet and salty combos! Chocolate covered pretzels for sure!

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  82. I'm from Ontario. If I won, I'd buy the Chocolatier's Best 9 oz Assortment.

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  83. I'm from Ontario, and I'd get lots of chocolate covered pretzels!

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  84. I'm from Ontario. I'd get a whole wack of Peanut Brittle!

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  85. chocolate covered pretzels and candy apples! From BC!!
    sunflowerpower@live.ca

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  86. I am from Ontario.
    I would buy chocolate covered apples.

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  87. From Ontario. Would love to buy fudge (yum!).

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  88. Im from ontario and I would get some candy apples

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  89. I'm from British Columbia and I would eat anything with milk chocolate, and one of those delicious caramel apples!

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  90. I am from Nova Scotia! Would love the fudge!!!

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  91. I am from BC and I would buy chocolate fudge

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  92. I was born in Alberta but currently live in Ontario. I like the 9 oz Dark Chocolate Assortment - but no sharing!

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  93. Ontario and I would probably by the Chocolate Truffle Assortment box.

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  94. Newfoundland and I would buy some no sugar chocolate.

    Florence C

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  95. I am in Ontario and I would buy some food with this

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  96. From BC and some white chocolate.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  97. Ontario & most likely their fudge

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  98. Ontario, I would get the chocolate covered pretzels. **drool**

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  99. Ontario; I'd definitely buy some candy apples and fudge.

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  100. We are in Manitoba & my entire family LOVES the chocolate covered cheesecake on a stick, yum!

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  101. Ontario - i'd get the Dark Chocolate Fudge and the Maple Fudge

    entering in rafflecopter as jen s

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  102. Ontario. I'd buy either a box of truffles or fudge. The apples look really good but I think I'd stick with something smaller.

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  103. Ontario...Hubby and I both love peanut brittle so thats a must and the fudge looks good too...lots of choices

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  104. Ontario and I would spend it on fudge. YUm Yum!

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  105. Manitoba. Love chocolate covered almonds

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  106. ontario, brittle, fudge, candy apples mm i want them all!

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  107. NS candy apples and dark chocolate

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  108. New Brunswick and Candy Apples, and chocolate covered almonds

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  109. I'm in Ontario. I like the Chocolate Covered Almonds and the Maple Walnut Brittle

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  110. I'm from BC. I would spend it on chocolate espresso beans

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  111. I'm from British Columbia.I have never had anything from rocky mountain chocolate.So I guess anything that looks good I'll try :)

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  112. BC and some good mint chocolates!

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  113. I live in Ontario and I would by two Christmas themed chocolate covered apples for the kids for Christmas morning.

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  114. I am from Ontario. I would spend it on Candy Cane Bark!

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  115. I' from Quebec and I would indulge with rocky pop

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  116. I'm from Ontario, I would love to offer beautiful chocolates to my family :)

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  117. Ontario and I would love the cheescake caramels!

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  118. Nova Scotia and Chocolate Pretzels, Chocolate Pretzels, Chocolate Pretzels!!!!!

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  119. I am in Ontario and I would get some maple & chocolate fudge.

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  120. I'm from Saskatchewan, and I'd get some of their Seafoam candy.

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  121. Patrick Armstrong7 December 2013 at 14:52

    Manitoba

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  122. I'm from Ontario. I'd get some Seafoam, and some of their bagged Salted Caramels. Yum.

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  123. I am in Ontario.

    I think FUDGE would be on my list!

    SueSueper Sue

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  124. I'm from Ontario, and would spend the giftcard on delicious caramels.

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  125. Québec and I would get a Dark Chocolate with nuts.

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  126. I am in Ontario. I would buy caramel apples

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  127. i am from Ontario and would buy the dark chocolate and vanillas fudges
    aka midgeknows

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  128. BC, and probably some fudge

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  129. I'm from BC and would get myself Candy Cane Santa Bomb!

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  130. Ontario.
    I'd buy fudge.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  131. Alberta, 9 oz Milk Chocolate Assortment

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  132. I am in Ontario and I would buy some chocolate covered sea foam. yum.

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  133. I'm in BC and I like the milk chocolate Christmas balls :D

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  134. ontario - 14 oz Holiday Chocolate Assortment

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  135. Manitoba, fudge!

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  136. British Columbia, definitely their awesome fudge!

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  137. I am in Ontario and would spend my $25 on fudge or bulk chocolates.

    Kevin Linkie

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  138. I'm from Alberta.

    I would use the giftcard for some fudge, brittle, chocolate dipped sea foam and rocky pop!!!

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  139. I'm in Ontario and would spend mine on Original Caramel Apples

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  140. Ontario
    I would buy the candy cane bark

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  141. From Ontario,
    Would buy dark chocolate
    -L

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  142. I'm from BC and I would buy peppermint bark and chocolate covered coffee beans

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  143. ontario anything dark chocolate

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  144. I am in Nova Scotia , and i would spend my gift card on the 9 oz Nut & Chew Chocolate Assortment , yummy , thanks for the chance to win !!! :)

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  145. I'm from Ontario. s'moreo candy apple. hands down.

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  146. Andrea S I'm from Ontario and i would buy the Cluster's Christmas tree!

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  147. I live in alberta and i would get caramel apples

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  148. im in ontario and i'd get the candy cane bark...yes please!

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  149. I'm from Ontario and would spend it on Angry Bird candy apples!
    Thanks ~ FB: Alexia Harvours

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  150. I'm in Ontario and I'd choose the Chocolate Truffle Assortment

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  151. I am from Manitoba. I would probably spend it on fudge.

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  152. Ontario and I would go for fudge or apples

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  153. Ontario and I would go for anything with coconut in it!

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  154. Ontario. Anything with milk chocolate and nuts

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  155. I'm from Ontario...I'd love to try the 9 oz No Sugar Added Choc. Assortment and chocolate covered espresso beans!
    via Rhonda W G.

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  156. In Ontario and I love caramel apple:)

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  157. I'm from Ontario and I'd use it all on FUDGE!!!

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  158. I'm in BC and I would buy the milk chocolate fudge and caramel apples.

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  159. from Nova Scotia and I would buy caramel apples and almond bark

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  160. I'm from Ontario and the Nut Brittle Tray would be my choice since I love nut brittle

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  161. I'm in Alberta and I would buy some maple walnut fudge and New York cheesecake caramels

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  162. BC and i would spend it on the new york cheesecake caramels!

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  163. Ontario, and anything that my kids want I'd buy it for them at this store!

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