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Fran's Chocolates - Delectable Treats to Treat Yourself



The holidays may be over, but I can't help but realize that it is never a bad time for chocolate. Right, everyone? And I came across some amazing chocolate that I just cannot wait to tell you about!

It's called Fran's Chocolates. Oh my, you guys. Oh my. These chocolates, originally crafted by master chocolatier Fran Bigelow were created with an artists technique when considering the flavor which is an intense sensory experience. I love reading the history of this chocolate creator and so go on and check out the story of how she came to be so good at what she does - Read Fran's Story.

I had the chance to try out some of Fran's Chocolates bars! And you know what? They. Were. Amazing. The first kind I tried reminded me a bit of a superior version of an Almond Joy. It's called their Coconut Gold Bars. They are made with coconut, almonds and covered in chocolate. It's so flavorful and rich tasting! Their coconut is blended with white chocolate to make it a little extra sweet and rich. It's just definitely gourmet. Purchase Now.

The other kind I got to try was their Almond Gold Bars. These reminded me of a gourmet, far superior version of a Snickers actually. It's made with chocolate, rich caramel, and dark chocolate. They were so good! It was such a treat to have this - especially having something that reminds me of a candy from childhood but EVEN BETTER! Purchase these now too. And then the Macadamia Gold Bars are made with caramel, dark chocolate and macadamia nuts. And these were amazing too! I love macadamia nuts already because they are a buttery sweet nut and so to add these to candy? Absolutely amazing. Purchase now.

Another thing that I love about this chocolate is that these gold bars are actually pretty decently sized and I enjoyed about two at one time and you know? That was enough for me! They are really rich and I was able to eagerly share with my family!

For six bars, they run about $30 or so on their website. And if you are considering a gift this would be something I think you should consider. It's such good chocolate!

I received this in exchange for my honest review.

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