Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Bubble Chocolate Review & GIVEAWAY



I like Chocolate. I never crave it or anything, but I sure do enjoy a good chocolate bar. I love MILK chocolate. Hardly ever do I like Dark Chocolate. However when I received a bar of each from Bubble Chocolate I liked the Dark Chocolate Better


It is literally, Bubbles Wrapped in Chocolate! And it's YUMMY. It's so different, it melts differently, but it's a good different, It's real light and airy. I love it! 

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. 

If you (like we) have had the good fortune of traveling outside the US from time to time, either on business or for pleasure, most likely you would have discovered one of our European neighbors' most treasured taste experiences....bubbles-with-chocolate (technically known as aerated chocolate). Many years ago we developed a deep adoration for this chocolate's unforgettable sensation. We kept waiting for it to arrive to the US shores. It never came. So we finally decided to take matters into our own hands to make it readily available to all discerning cocoa lovers in the US. From our families to yours enjoy the virtues of Bubble Chocolate® each and every day! 

Price: 16 bars is $40. Which is $2.50 per bar! Not too bad... Hershey's is right around the same price for a 2.82 oz bar!!
Overall: **** Good chocolate, good thought, but it's a little pricey and is a little weird!! Good weird though!


 *Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products!*


120 comments:


Janel said...

They Operate out of Salem, MA! Yay for USA companies!

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redfuzzycow said...

i learned that bubble chocolate will soon be available at tj maxx


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Jenn @ Beautiful Calling said...

smooth and all natural sounds delightfully yummy to me. I am one of those poor people who suffer from chocolate cravings!!


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Anonymous said...

I learned that I can purchase it when I shop for bargians at TJ Max
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Emily said...

I learned that I can buy Bubble Chocolate at Whole Foods!
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Stephanie said...

Europe has been enjoying bubble chocolate for some time now (hubby English and ate it as a child)
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Anonymous said...

I learned it has been used in European chocolates for a long time.
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cdziuba said...

cdziuba@aol.com I love that they sell it at Home Goods and my local Whole Foods.


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5webs said...

I learned that they will soon be available at TJ Maxx, which is my favorite store, so I'll definitely keep my eye out for them.
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mogrill said...

It originated in Europe!!Thanks for the chance.
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Deborah Wellenstein said...

Bubble chocolate is made with all-natural ingredients. Thanks!


Amber said...

I learned that the company is based in Salem, Massachusetts!
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Hannah said...

I learned that having waited for the aerated chocolate to come to the US from their European neighbors they could wait no more so decided to create it themselves! To which we are very thankful!
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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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Kia89 said...

I learned that I can buy Bubble Chocolate at Whole Foods.
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Cynthya said...

I learned that it is technically known as aerated chocolate--whatever you call it, it sounds yummy.
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sksweeps said...

I learned that they first saw/tasted this in Europe where it bubbles-with-chocolate is technically known as aerated chocolate


Huguette E. said...

Oh Yum! Now I'm hungry ;) I learned that chhocolate is most satisfying when its melting point is close to one's body temperature.


Tiffany French said...

I learned that the bubbles make the chocolate melt faster.
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Anonymous said...

I Learned that Drab has partnered with Paul Pruett who will serve as CEO of Bubble Chocolate LLC. Pruett also is CEO of Bloomsberry, Inc., a chocolate company known for its clever and sophisticated packaging.
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fancyfeet48 said...

I learned that bubbles make the chocolite melt faster
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Kel said...

I learned "Infusing chocolate with bubbles enhances the mouth experience because the resulting structure causes chocolate to melt more rapidly across the tongue."

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clynsg said...

Learned that the bars will soon be available at Marshall's and TJ Maxx

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A: Your not suppose to put this chocolate in the fridge!

"Bubble Chocolate® is best stored at a constant, cooler room temperature, not higher than 70°F and not below 55°F. It should also be stored away from light and heat, and without refrigeration."

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idahomom said...

They only have the two hars. They should grow their product line.


kmorghan said...

Adding the bubbles to the chocolate makes it melt faster on the tongue, which increases the flavor experience. Guess that means you should savor these bars a bit?


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ky2here said...

Bubble Chocolate® looks like a regular chocolate bar, but the inside has micro air bubbles. The best way to enjoy Bubble Chocolate® is to start by breaking off a small piece and chewing it gently until it begins to melt. Your mouth will change from slightly dry to moist and creamy. This transition occurs when your taste-bud receptors are drawn to the chocolate bubbles as it starts to melt.


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Hotsnotty2 said...

I learned that I can buy Bubble Chocolate at Whole Foods, thanks!

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Jennifer R said...

I learned that Bubble Chocolates are available at HomeGoods stores in my area.


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Melodic Mom said...

I learned that it has been in Europe for awhile. I can't believe you never crave chocolate. I crave it DAILY.


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karen said...

The best way to enjoy Bubble Chocolate is to start by breaking off a small piece of Bubble Chocolate and popping it into your mouth. Let it melt for a few seconds. As you begin to feel the bubbles soften begin to chew gently. The mouth-feel will develop from slightly dry, to moist and creamy. Thanks.

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Kate said...

I learned that adding the bubbles to the chocolate makes it melt faster on the tongue! Pretty cool.

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This company is based in Salem, Massachusetts!

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Melissa B. said...

Each Bubble Chocolate® bar is individually foil wrapped and placed in its own carton to guarantee freshness and flavor integrity.


Oneangel said...

I learned that bubbles make the chocolate melt faster!


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I looked at the site and learned that locally I can get it in store at my local Meijer's grocery. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net


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I learned that I will soon be able to buy it at Winner's in canada

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Salleefur/Jesslyn/Jesster said...

I learned I can buy this unique product at stores as diverse as Whole Foods and TJ Maxx!!! (Depending on how much I'm in the mood to spend???)

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Robin said...

I learned that it is available at Whole Foods


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Margie said...

The European flavor, bubbles with chocolate, is known as aerated chocolate.
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blueviolet said...

Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru reviewed it!

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Jennifer said...

I learned that I can get it at Whole Foods.

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

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Auriette said...

Bubble Chocolate is based in Salem, Massachusetts.


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I learned that Bubble Chocolate CEO is Paul Pruett.

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