Saturday, March 13, 2010

There Are Bubbles In My Chocolate~Giveaway!

Aerated Chocolate? Apparently it has made a name for itself in the European markets. When I saw a press release for Bubble Chocolate, I was instantly intrigued. After reading about Bubble Chocolate, I began to long for "a mouth-watering sensation that tickles the tastebuds." I mean, that's what the website touts. I still couldn't imagine what it would be like. I waited impatiently for a few days until my chocolate bars arrived. They were boxed, which is a very nice touch. I unwrapped the milk chocolate bar first, noticing at first how generous it was in size. It's at least twice the size of an ordinary chocolate bar. Breaking off a small piece, I decided to eat it like ordinary chocolate. The flavor was good, but it didn't seem that special. It was pretty dry and lacked the creaminess that I love in milk chocolate. I had to be missing something. I decided to follow the website's guidelines for eating this chocolate because there is a certain way you should eat it. They obviously know best, and after I popped the next piece into my mouth, I was treated to a sensory delight. I let it begin to melt, which didn't take long at all. Then I began to chew as the bubbles softened. The chocolate was very creamy and rich, and unlike any chocolate that I've ever tasted. After a while, I played with different methods. I really loved pressing a piece between my tongue and the roof of my mouth. Do this, and you'll be treated to an unusual but pleasant snap, crackle, and pop. It is almost like carbonated chocolate and it's very addicting. I also tried the dark chocolate bar in the same way. I preferred the taste of the milk chocolate Bubble Chocolate. Bubble Chocolate retails for about $2.50 per bar. You can get awesome deals on automatic shipments if you order from their site. They are now available in a few stores across the US. I would recommend trying them if you want to treat yourself to something different! Bubble Chocolate is giving 5 readers the chance to try this newest taste sensation sweeping the country! You will get a bar of dark and milk chocolate! To enter, Visit Bubble Chocolate and tell me something I didn't tell you! Follow me for an extra entry! You can also follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook for two extra entries! Blog about this giveaway and link to me and Bubble Chocolate for five extra entries! US residents only. Giveaway ends midnight EST March 28, 2010. Good Luck!
To Disclose: I was sent a milk and dark chocolate Bubble Chocolate Bar in order to complete this review. No monetary compensation received.

101 comments:

cdziuba said...

I learned I can buy Bubble Chocolate at my Home Goods store.


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cdziuba said...

I follow

cdziuba said...

Bubble Facebook fan Carol P Dziuba entry 1

cdziuba said...

Bubble Facebook fan Carol P Dziuba entry 2

mickeyfan said...

Became available in the US on 9/15/09.

mverno said...

Bubble Chocolate's mission is to introduce a truly bold new taste and texture experience to the US confections marketplace. Already thrilling millions of consumers worldwide for decades, chocolate-with-bubbles is now destined to captivate the sophisticated American cocoa palate as well
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mindy said...

i learned that it is sold at home goods thanks for the giveaway minsthins at optonline dot net

Sweetheart(s) traveling - said...

I learned that bubble chocolate was popular in the Canadian market before the U.S. I thought the U.S. would lead in the chocolate market!
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michelle said...

This type of chocolate was admired by Europeans and known as aerated chocolate

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Lisa P@www.isitmondayalready.com said...

Bubble chocolate was popular with canadians.But I actually kinda new that as I LOVE aero bars same typeof bubble chocolate YUMM

Amber said...

I learned that they are based in Salem, MA!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Amber said...

I follow your blog with google friend connect!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Stephanie said...

bite of the best in Oct. 2009 said
"The intense chocolate sensation is more immediate than with a normal candy bar, the flavor bursting forward as the airy candy rapidly melts on your tongue."
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Kia89 said...

I learned that bubble chocolate was popular in the Canadian market before the U.S.
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julis55 said...

I learned that they are based in Salem, MA

Stephanie said...

I learnt that I could buy Bubble Chocolate at Meijer!
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Stephanie said...

I'm a follower
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Stephanie said...

I follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook (Stephanie Petty-Grant) #1
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Stephanie said...

I follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook (Stephanie Petty-Grant) #2
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Stephanie said...

I blogged #1
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Stephanie said...

I blogged #2
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Stephanie said...

I blogged #3
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Stephanie said...

I blogged #4
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Stephanie said...

I blogged #5
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llinda29 said...

Products are available at Home Goods stores

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I learned when storing:

Bubble Chocolate® is best stored at a constant, cooler room temperature, not higher than 70°F and not below 55°F.

-lauren
lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

Shooting Stars Mag said...

i follow the blog

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Missybeez said...

I learned I can Buy Bubble chocolate at Specs Stores.
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clynsg said...

Learned that they will soon be selling at Marshall's and TJ Maxx stores.

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clynsg said...

Google friend follower

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GabbyLowe said...

They are offering free shipping for Easter

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GabbyLowe said...

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fan of bubble choc of FB #1

GabbyLowe said...

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fan of bubble choc of FB #2

GabbyLowe said...

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follow blog

mogrill said...

Bubble chocolate was popular in Canada first. Thanks for the chance.
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Sarah said...

I learned that it is available at Whole Foods stores in CA and the northeast but none in the Midwest.

Margie said...

This is the first aerated chocolate to hit the market.
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Margie said...

blog follower via GFC
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Margie said...

Facebook fan of Bubbles Chocolate
entry #1
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Margie said...

Facebook fan of Bubbles Chocolate
entry #2
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kbuch64 said...

One thing I learned was that they are based in Salem, MA

ky2here said...

Hmm. I don't like how they list their nutritional facts based upon two servings of 1.4 ounces each per bar. That's deceptive - who wouldn't eat the entire bar? They're small bars.

JACLYN said...

I learned that they can be bought by the case online!
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JACLYN said...

Facebook fan of BubbleChocolate #1
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JACLYN said...

Facebook fan of BubbleChocolate #2
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Amanda S. said...

I learned that they're offering free shipping for Easter!

Melissa B. said...

Bubble Chocolate will soon be available at TJ Maxx

Lentil said...

I learned each tasty bar is individually boxed, and they have free shipping for easter

erma said...

I learned that Bubble Chocolate's mission is to introduce a truly bold new taste and texture experience to the US confections marketplace.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

Benita said...

Bubble Chocolate is not certified Kosher, but they do hope to make it certified in the future.


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Robin said...

I learned that they will soon be selling at Marshall's and TJ Maxx stores.

Jennifer M said...

Bubble Chocolate is looking to make its mark as the first successful aerated chocolate bar to hit the American market.

Hotsnotty2 said...

I learned that bubble chocolate was popular in the Canadian market before the U.S., thanks!

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Stephanie said...

I can soon buy this at Marshall's.

Stephanie said...

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Stephanie said...

Blogged #2 http://sustainablesteffanie.blogspot.com/2010/03/few-great-giveaways-i-entered-today.html

Stephanie said...

Blogged #3 http://sustainablesteffanie.blogspot.com/2010/03/few-great-giveaways-i-entered-today.html

Stephanie said...

Blogged #4 http://sustainablesteffanie.blogspot.com/2010/03/few-great-giveaways-i-entered-today.html

Stephanie said...

Blogged #5 http://sustainablesteffanie.blogspot.com/2010/03/few-great-giveaways-i-entered-today.html

Pamela S said...

Well you had covered most of the important facts (good review!!) so I'll just say I used the store locator and found it's carried at my local Meijer and Whole Foods stores. GFC Follower (pamelashockley) #1
Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

Pamela S said...

Follower (pamelashockley)
GFC Follower (pamelashockley) #1
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Diane52 said...

I learned that it was popular in Canada, before the Us and where I can buy it.
Diane Baum
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dispatcher_kristy said...

I learned that it is best to store Bubble Chocolate at a temperature, not higher than 70 F and not below 55 F.

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dispatcher_kristy said...

following publicly

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duckfeetinc said...

I learned they that they are based in Salem, MA : )

dispatcher_kristy said...

follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook (entry 1)

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dispatcher_kristy said...

follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook- Kristy Marie (entry 2)

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arla said...

These have 0mg of Sodium in them.

arla said...

I Follow

Deborah Wellenstein said...

Bubble Chocolate was featured on the Montel Williams show. Thanks!

fancyfeet48 said...

I learned that the bubbles helps woth the cool down process also became a fan on face book fancyfeet45@earthlink.net

fancyfeet48 said...

I am a follower of google friend connect
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cloud10277 said...

I learned that Bubble Chocolate is looking to make its mark as the first successful aerated chocolate bar to hit the American market.

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cloud10277 said...

Entry #1
following Bubble Chocolate on facebook
Tracy P
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cloud10277 said...

Entry #2
following Bubble Chocolate on facebook
Tracy P
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cloud10277 said...

Following with google friend connect.
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susan1215 said...

I learned that bubble chocolate was popular in the Canadian market before the U.S.

Francine said...

Bubble Dark features 60 percent cacao.

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blueviolet said...

The milk chocolate contains 3 grams of protein!
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blueviolet said...

FB fan #1 (doot65)

blueviolet said...

FB fan #2 (doot65)

blueviolet said...

I'm following you!

carolpie said...

TJMaxx and Marshalls will be carrying it in their stores soon! Sounds yummy! I have never heard of this before.


spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol

carolpie said...

I follow-carol lewis.

carolpie said...

entry 1-follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook-carol yerby lewis.

carolpie said...

2.follow Bubble Chocolate on facebook-carol yerby lewis.

carolpie said...

entry 1.
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carolpie said...

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carolpie said...

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carolpie said...

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carolpie said...

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theolotto said...

I learned that they are based in Salem, MA.

trixx said...

I learned that they're made in Belarus!

trixx said...

I follow your blog!

Gianna said...

They are based in Salem, MA.

Tylerpants said...

I learned that aerated chocolate was tested in the 70-80s in the States but didn't do well at that time. tylerpants{at}gmail.com

Tylerpants said...

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Atreau said...

I found out that their dark has 60% Cocoa.

lilyk said...

I learned that the company is located in Salem, Massachusetts.

lilyk said...

I follow Bubble Chocolate on Facebook. #1

lilyk said...

I follow Bubble Chocolate on Facebook. #2