Madeliane Chocolate Company- Review-Giveaway

 Madeliane Chocolate Company- About:

Madelaine Chocolate Company, established in 1949, we’ve dedicated ourselves to perfecting the superior taste and quality of our chocolate. Our belief that everyone should be able to afford great tasting chocolate is what drives our commitment to our customers, and ensures that we never compromise on flavor or quality. Located in Far Rockaway, Queens, we’re proud to say that as an American family-owned and run company, our chocolates have been made solely in New York and have been part of the American family life for 60 years. From holidays and birthdays, to Easter, Valentines and graduations – The Madelaine Chocolate Company has always been there. Using the finest quality chocolate, innovative shapes and unique Italian foils, we’re proud to help make every moment special.

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What we received:

We received a beautiful assortment of Halloween candy from Madelaine Chocolates. The colors were rich, gorgeous, and very Halloween. The girls and I could not wait to dive into our bounty.

 

 Madeliane Chocolate Company Oval Ghosts:

Wow, these are sooo great! The chocolate is so smooth and has an awesome flavor. I did not share these, they were that good!

 Madeliane Chocolate Company Halloween Mini Duets:

We loved these. My favorite was the raspberry! They had a firm outside and a creamy inside.

Madeliane Chocolate Company Halloween Hunt:

We are keeping this for Halloween. We can’t wait to try it out though and will be doing another review on it!

 Madeliane Chocolate Company Gooey Ghouls Pail:

The caramel in these tasted divine. And they were definitely gooey, making them a fun little treat to enjoy!

Madeliane Chocolate Company Fall Mix Malt Balls:

I would make sure I liked Malt Balls before trying these. I am huge whoppers fan and these were even rich for me. They had an awesome taste but were definitely malty. Great for a Malt lover in your life!

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How to win your own  Madeliane Chocolate Company Halloween package!

Dishin’ With Rebelle is pleased to announce a giveaway for Madeliane Chocolate Company.

Established in 1949, Madelaine dedicated themselves to perfecting their chocolate and holding the steadfast belief that everyone should be able to afford fine chocolate. They are located in Far Rockway, Queens, NY and their chocolates are made solely locally. They have chocolates for every occasion including Easter, Birthdays, Valentines Day, and Christmas. They make every moment special!

One lucky person will win a collection of chocolates from Madelaine. If you win you will receive:

Madeliane Chocolate Company Oval Ghosts

Madeliane Chocolate Company Halloween Mini Duets

Madeliane Chocolate Company Halloween Hunt

Madeliane Chocolate Company Gooey Ghouls Pail

Madeliane Chocolate Company Fall Mix Malt Balls

Giveaway is open to residents of the US, 18+.  Madeliane Chocolate Company does not ship to PO Boxes.

To enter use the rafflecopter below and good luck!

 

 

 

 

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I received the product to review. All opinions are mine and 100% honest.

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  1. Melissa Hartley says

    I’ve never tried this brand of candy but would love to have the HALLOWEEN MINI DUETS for the upcoming Halloween holiday..thank you! :)

  2. betty says

    I looked forever for a dark chocolate offering – and oh my, it was worth the search
    the cherry and dark chocolate truffle duet changemaker

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