Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Enstrom's Toffee Review and Giveaway

I love trying new sweet treats, chocolates, cakes, cookies, I love all sweets! I recently had the opportunity to try something sinful and absolutely delicious. I don't get the chance very often to eat toffee, around here it's hard to find. That's why I was really excited to be able to try some toffee from Enstrom's. They generously sent me a big box of their Milk Chocolate Almond Toffee, so nicely packaged. I couldn't wait to get into it, so I didn't wait! As soon as I opened the box, I smelled the sweet aroma of chocolate and almonds. The way the toffee was packaged inside the box was very attractive as well, with some big chunks and smaller sized chunks. As much as I wanted one of the big chunks, I just went for a smaller piece and it was absolutely sinful. It had just the right amount of chocolate, as I have had some things in the past where there is too much chocolate covering the product and that's all you taste. In Enstrom's Toffee, it is the rich buttery toffee that takes center stage. The toffee is creamy and not too crunchy. I really enjoyed this toffee and the melt in your mouth flavor. Definitely a must have for toffee lovers! Hubby, my oldest daughter and even little one even enjoyed it. Little one was licking her little lips and saying yum after a bite of this toffee, no wonder this is what made Enstrom's famous. On a scale from 1-10, i would give this delicious treat an 11.5.

Three generations ago, Chet Enstrom perfected the art of blending the finest ingredients to create batches of toffee for his friends and family. By 1960, his almond toffee had begun to develop a reputation and at the urging of his family, friends-Chet and his wife founded Enstrom Candies in Grand Junction, Colorado. Over the years, the business has grown and been passed down from generation to generation. The family still follows the original recipe for the almond toffee that Chet perfected nearly 60 years ago. Only the freshest, natural ingredients are used to create unique creations that are shipped all over the world.

Enstrom's not only makes their famous Almond Toffee in Milk and Dark Chocolates, but they have Almond Toffee Squares, Toffee Petites, and Toffee Popcorn. They also offer a line of Gourmet Chocolates, Sugar Free candies and gift boxes. To check out more about Enstrom's and all the wonderful products that they have to offer, head over here: http://www.enstrom.com/

The generous folks at Enstrom's would love to give one Mommy2TwoGirls readers a 1 lb box of their famous Chocolate Covered Almond Toffee!

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Giveaway will end Sunday 1/3 at 7 pm EST. Winner will be chosen by random.org and emailed as well as posted on my blog. Winner will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Open to US and Canadian residents ONLY! Special thanks to Neva and Enstrom's for sponsoring this giveaway. GOOD LUCK!
Disclosure-I received no monetary compensation for this review, only a free box of Almond Toffee from Enstrom's in exchange for my honest opinions. The words expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way.


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