Tuesday, March 22, 2016

ClubsGalore #USFG

Clubs Galore is a gift that keeps giving month after month with many options to choose from such as Pizza, Beer, Wine, Tea and so much more. I got the Chocolate Club which is for true chocolate lovers only; Give someone a little taste of heaven in the form of creamy truffles, buttery caramels, premium dark chocolates, nutty nougatines and so much more. We'll send an entire pound of these award-winning sweet sensations to your recipient each and every month, crafted by small batch specialty chocolatiers throughout the country. Our premium chocolates are created from the finest ingredients and made in small batches to ensure freshness and excellence. They truly are the essence of decadence, the epitome of pure bliss. We know because we have the tough job of tasting every morsel. This one had candies from Susan Lawrence Spring Green Milk Chocolate Sixlets which are Candy coated edible chocolate-flavored candy balls are about 3/8 inch diameter and gluten free. Dark Chocolate Nonpareils with pink and yellow pastel nonpareils made in small batches. Milk Chocolate Mint Truffles from Seattle Chocolates which is a classic meltaway experience, creamy milk chocolate infused with pure peppermint oil. Pastel Mint Lentils in Rose Boxes these creamy chocolate candies have just the right amount of sweet peppermint infusion. Each disk-shaped chocolate has a thin hard candy shell. The box is round with a rose on top and a bee on the rose.  Milk Chocolate Easter Eggs  Double-sided Italian foils feature a variety of solid spring colors mixed with floral eggs.

My Opinion: I thought the selection of candy I got was worth $34.99 a month as the cost of the candy added up retails for more than what Club Galore sells it for. These are great for any occasion from birthdays, holidays, graduation, anniversary and anytime. It is a shame you can't get just one month as it has a three-month minimum. 
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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