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Friday, December 12, 2014

Guylian Belgian Chocolates Giveaway

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Sweet always make me think of the great gatherings at my grandparent house on Christmas Eve. You've got to have chocolates for Christmas, right?

Guylian Belgian Chocolates has grown throughout the years creating the finest authentic Belgian Chocolate Truffles and selling them all across the world in more an 100 countries. Each one of these are filled with a rich, luxuriously creamy chocolate truffles that are 100% pure, silky and smooth, white or dark Belgian chocolate; which is the original recipe of Guy and Liliane. There are marbled chocolates, seashell chocolates and chocolate seahorses and no chocolate is ever the same. The key to Guylian's signature truffle filling is fresh hazelnuts that are harvested from sunny orchards in the best Mediterranean growing regions.
Jennifer at Life of a Southern Mom had the pleasure of working with Guylian Belgian Chocolates and reviewing a variety of their products. Visit her website here to read her full review.
**Giveaway Details**
Date: December 11th – December 17th at 11:59PM EST
Open to US residents only. Must be 18 years of age or older to participate.
Prize: One winner will receive a (1) 8 piece Signature Hazelnut Truffle, (1) 11 piece marbled Seahorse Signature Hazelnut Truffle, (1) 8 piece Seahorse Milk Chocolate Truffle and (1) 8 piece milk chocolate Seahorse Soft Caramel Truffle.
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Get the latest news by signing up for Guylian Artisanal Belgian Chocolate E-Newsletter here.
**How to Enter**
By entering you agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions listed on the Entry Form. All winning entries will be verified. Winner will receive an email from Jennifer at lifeofasouthernmom@gmail.com and will have 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.
Good Luck and thanks for entering!
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24 comments:

Oprean Anca said...

They make the chocolate with a lot of passion and natural ingredients ....it needs to be very delicious

cowboyswife said...

They have Milk Chocolate Caramel Truffles.

Jennifer T. said...

I learned that Belgian chocolate is processed, called conching, to give it a creamy texture.

Robin T said...

I learned that Guy and Liliane joined their names, both in marriage and in their company name creating Chocolaterie Guylian.

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dookiepookiebear said...

i learned they started in 1958

Anonymous said...

I learned they started in 1958

mogrill said...

I learned they have a newsletter!!

Janet Coffield said...

They have lots of truffles.

Mary Cloud said...

They're made in small batch kettles in Belgium

billwinsbig said...

The extra dark signature hazelnut truffle filling is made in small-batch copper kettles exclusively by Guylian Master Chocolatiers.

Tammie Venne said...


They have seasonal options

Lisa Voyce said...

They have donated more than 1.5 million to save the seahorse.

jules mcnubbin (buttmuffin) said...

the original, signature chocolate truffle recipe has been unchanged for more than 50 years

Ceinwyn Rudnick said...

I learned their recipe has not been changed for 50 years.

Leanne Godfrey said...

I learned that Guylian Belgian chocolate is a unique recipe made only by Guylian in Belgium.

SexyBrat said...

Guy Foubert was a passionate Belgian Chocolatier making handmade chocolate truffles in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

The company started in 1958.
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Lisa Pecora said...

I learned the company began in 1958

tlcfromtn said...

I learned that they started making chocolates in 1958 in Belgium.

Karen Drake said...

I learned their chocolates are sold to more than 100 countries across the world.

Carolyn Daley said...

I learned that the Guylian was created in 1958 by Guy and Liliane who combined their names for the company.

Ariadanz said...

I learned they formed in 1958.

Laurie Murley said...

i learned that each luxurious chocolate seashell is marbled with 100% pure, silky smooth milk, dark or white Belgian chocolate

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tina reynolds said...

They have not changed the recipie in 50 years