Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Review & Giveaway: Illinois Nut & Candy - Christmas Pretzels

A few facts about Illinois Nut & Candy Raising The Candy Bar from their website:
Raising the Candy Bar is the latest addition to Illinois Nut & Candy Home of Fantasia Confections. For over a quarter of a century Illinois Nut & Candy formerly Illinois Nut Outlet has been doing just that raising the bar. Since September 2004 Melissa and David's goal has been to constantly raise the candy bar by not only being the largest Kosher candy store in the Midwest but by trying to be the largest niche candy store as well. We offer Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Sugar Free, Organic, Vegan Friendly - all under Kosher supervision.
We have over 600 confections from apple rings to zebra bark. Our expansive selections of nuts are freshly roasted and our dried fruits come from around the world. Our highly trained chocolatiers combined with their experience and our valued recipes have given us world renowned confections such as our own hand made English Toffee as well as our Taffy Apples. Our chocolate confections include miniatures filled with crèmes, barks, dipped glazed fruit, turtles, rocky road bars, and two separate lines of truffles our traditional line and our signature line for the more discriminating pallets. All of our chocolates are available in both a smooth creamy milk chocolate and in a rich semi sweet chocolate. What truly separates us is our commitment to customer service. Our goal is to make your experience a sweet one.

The Truth's Thoughts:
The product I got from Illinois Nuts & Candy was the Christmas Pretzels and let me tel you they where like no other chocolate covered pretzel I have ever had before. I am going to order a bunch more to pass out for my Christmas dinner. It is only $5.99 for a bag of them. I ate on the bag for three days and enjoyed every second them tasty little guys. As you can see from the picture they look like they would be very good. And oh trust me when I say they are really great. I didn't even want to share them with any one but I felt they needed to taste them too. I can't wait to see my family reactions when they get to try them on Christmas day. Even might be what I leave out for Santa to eat.

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