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Does this include Android Jelly Bean?
Oh sorry, wrong thread...
halleluja! I was running low- I had nightmares of running out- I got online just in time - these are YUMMY- this coming from a European that grew up with Swiss and German chocolates-hubby got wide eyed when I bought them last time due to price - just last week he told me that I can buy as many as I want next time they are up - he keeps stealing the darks - good that I like the milk chocolate - thank you packing people for putting the milk varienty on the bottom
I realize it's probably a long shot, but I hope these arrive for Easter...
Bought these during a previous wootoff - just re-iterating like most have said; if you can scrape up the cash for these, get them.
I'm not a candy lover at all, but caramels were my favorite as a kid, and these are without a doubt the best candy I've ever had, the caramel is smooth and rich, and the salt adds such a unique blend of flavor.
...gonna go have one now lol
Un-asked-for-opinion: These are pretty darn good, and a pretty good price.
My wife and I finally finished (2!) two boxes. No more than 2 per night. Then an extra mile of running to get rid of them.
I will not be tempted again. At least for another year.
danielsmtihsd wrote:I realize it's probably a long shot, but I hope these arrive for Easter...
Or Rosh Hashanah. :-)
$14 a pound is quite reasonable for the quality of chocolate and caramel you'll get in these candies.
Just because it's chocolate doesn't mean it has to be 3/$1.00 in the checkout lane at the supermarket, just sayin.
Just so you know. By selling this, Woot! has pretty much guaranteed a string of unseasonably warm days during the time these packages will be in unairconditioned FedEX and USPS trucks.
These caramels are buttery and sweet with rich dark and milk chocolates. One 2 lb box can last a good long while if you're not taking it to work. Share it with others and it's life-span decreases. My husband and I fought over the last one and he is not a caramel person. I am in for three boxes of these handmade delights. Worth every penny!
Slightly trigger happy since missing out on two other woots today that I wanted. In for two before even reading any of the comments.
ChrisUFO wrote:Can anyone tell me if this is thick caramel or thinner caramel, like a Caramello?
Thick, but not Kraft-caramel-sponsored-by-the-American-Dental-Association-because-they'll-pull-your-fillings-out thick.
Graiser wrote:Just so you know. By selling this, Woot! has pretty much guaranteed a string of unseasonably warm days during the time these packages will be in unairconditioned FedEX and USPS trucks.
Good point... was just about to order and realized I would get a melted clump...
Got these last time they were on - SO good. In for 2 this time.
I work with almost all women. You'd seriously be amazed at how you can change the tone of a meeting by whipping out some chocolate.
awinters wrote:I've gotten these before. They're good.
For some reason, although I prefer Dark Chocolate, the Milk Chocolate were better. I thin the Dark was too bitter.
But salt and sweet, a great combo.
I also usually prefer dark chocolate, and thought their milk chocolate was outstanding. The dark was very good too though. I was very pleased with the quality from this candy maker.
YAY! In for one. We shared our last box with friends from Germany, and they were impressed that quality chocolate can be found in the US.
I would have no self control if I had a box of these sitting in my house. The serving size is 2 pieces, 120 calories per each kind, 28 servings per container time two ... that means 3360 calories if you eat the whole box of chocolates. I'll be good and pass.
How is this not a quality post yet?
eldiablohijo wrote:You can use them to make a cake:
I agree with some here, that I'm a dark choc fanatic. But the milk choc here are better, if only by a little.
But the bottom line, once you watch him for (a fairly painful) half an hour in four parts, is that the cake is NASTY!
Fed Ex is saying they should be delivered today. However the tracking is still showing "Initiated" and that they have not been picked up yet. Is this happening to anyone else?
wshearn wrote:Fed Ex is saying they should be delivered today. However the tracking is still showing "Initiated" and that they have not been picked up yet. Is this happening to anyone else?
Your order may have a tracking number, but it may still be in processing, please allow through next tuesday for the order to ship.
Estimated delivery April 4th.
Same happened to me. I just got home from work to wait for real delivery! Woo-hoo!
Mine arrived today.
Arrived today. As expected, my female co-workers now love me. In for 2 next time.
Wow! These delicious caramels made it all the way to south Louisiana in excellent shape - no melting at all. I shouldn't have opened them before Easter because they're disappearing fast!
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