The Nut Shoppe Pecan Caramel Chocolate Review
I love good chocolate and I’m not talking about the chocolate you get some the supermarket. Those are great but fine chocolates are better. Handcrafted chocolates are a great way to experience gourmet candies. I’ve never made my own chocolate before but I love visiting local candy stores and buying a few pieces a month to enjoy. I recently had the opportunity to visit Chocolate.org to check out their site. I had the opportunity to review a sample from The Nut Shoppe, Inc. Any opinions expressed are my own.
Chocolate.org features over two-hundred chocolate shops from around the country, each offering a variety of products for customers like myself who like to discover and try delicious chocolates. Once I was ready to pick a chocolate to try from Chocolate.org, the hardest part was finding something I wanted. Everything looked so good on the site I didn’t know what to choose. I ended up with the Pecan Caramel Chocolate from The Nut Shoppe, Inc. They reminded me of pecan clusters and I knew my hubby would enjoy them.
Shipping was fast, when I received notice that my chocolate was shipped they arrived two days later. When you’re shopping for chocolate in the summer months you have to be careful because the heat could ruin your sweets before they arrive. When the box arrived it was packaged tightly but once I opened it the ice packs were already melted and a few of the chocolates had started to melt. This I blame on the shipping company because they were supposed to deliver in the morning and it arrived in the late afternoon.
I ended up sitting them in a cool place for a day or two so the chocolate would harden back to the way it was before shipping. These were so delicious. They would be the perfect gift for any special occasion. If you know someone who loves chocolate, pecans and caramel – this sweet treat is the perfect choice. It had just the right amount of all three ingredients, none of them overpowered the others. At the bottom of the container were small pecan pieces you could either eat on its own or save up for another treat, like toppings for ice-cream or brownies. The next time you’re shopping for chocolates check out one of the two-hundred shops on Chocolate.org, I’m sure you’ll find something delicious. Be sure to follow Chocolate.org on Twitter @chocotweets for all things sweet.