Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Bubble Chocolate Review & Giveaway (5 Winners) - (CLOSED)

"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."

I am a hug chocolate lover so you can imagine how excited I was to receive to chocolate bars from Bubble Chocolate for review. I received a milk chocolate bar and a dark chocolate bar. They were delicious! I loved them. When you bite into a bar you notice a sponge patter under the chocolate bar shell. It looks like bubbles and the texture feels wonderful in your mouth.
60% Dark Chocolate:
For the discerning chocolate devotee, here is an all natural bar that nourishes the body and feeds the soul. Bubble Dark features 60 percent cacao, which is a natural source of flavanol antioxidants similar to those found in green tea and berries. The bar offers rich, snappy bites of sensuous dark chocolate, with a velvety after-flavor resonance. Each bar is 2.82 oz, (80g) and is individually boxed.
Milk Chocolate:
For milk-chocolate lovers of any age, the all natural bar features a spirited yet smooth combination of chocolate and milk flavors. Milk Chocolate is crisp at first bite, and creamy thereafter, as the flavor melts almost instantly across the tongue. Its luscious and lingering taste will satisfy youngsters and adults alike. Each bar is 2.82 oz, (80g) and is individually boxed.

They both were nice and chocolaty. I loved the Milk Chocolate Bar from Bubble Chocolate. I always love milk chocolate better. What girl doesn't like chocolate! My husband loved the Dark Chocolate Bar best. My daughter liked them both.

Bubble Chocolate Bars are priced at $2.50 each. They are well worth it!

Overall I loved this product and would recommend them to my friends and family;-)

Win It
5 Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles readers will win a dark chocolate and milk chocolate bar each from Bubble Chocolate.


To enter: go to Bubble Chocolate and tell a retailer that sells Bubble Chocolate here.

This is mandatory before all extra entries.
Extra Entries(Leave a comment for each entry):


3 Entries: Tell me a something you saw on the Bubble Chocolate Website.
3 Entries: Sign up for Bubble News.
1 Entry: Follow Bubble Chocolate on Twitter.
1 Entry: Fan Bubble Chocolate on Facebook.
1 Entry: Follow our blog publicly on Google Connect. Found on the right.
1 Entry: Subscribe to our blog via email.
1 Entry: Become our friend on Facebook AND update your status with link to this giveaway.
3 Entries: Blog about this contest with a link back to our blog AND a link to Bubble Chocolate(Leave a link back to your post in your comment).
1 Entry: Follow us on twitter and tweet this contest. You may do this once daily (always leave the link in your comment).
2 Entries: Add one of our buttons to your blog. The old one does not count.
10 Entries: Make a purchase from Bubble Chocolate! 
Find out how to earn more entries here.

Make sure your entries are legit or you will be disqualified. I do check!

Good luck! Contest ends on May 24th at midnight EST. Winner will be announced May 25th. Winner will be chosen through random.org.

Effective Immediately: Include your email in your comment or your entry will not count.

This giveaway is open to the US only.

Disclaimer: I received samples for review for this post but no other compensation was received for this post or to host a giveaway. All opinions are mine and are valid. 

130 comments:

  1. i follow bubble chocolate on twitter (redfuzzycow)

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  2. i like bubble chocolate on facebook (jen reda)

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  3. i subscribe to your blog via email (redfuzzycow@yahoo.com)

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  4. i follow your blog on google connect (Redfuzzycow)

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  5. your button is on my blog www.redfzuzycow.blogspot.com #1

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  6. your button is on my blog www.redfzuzycow.blogspot.com #2

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  7. I am a gfc follower.
    debbie
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  8. I am a email subscriber.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  9. Meijers stores sell them.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  10. Bubble Chocolate is available at BevMo!

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  11. I learned the best way to enjoy Bubble Chocolate.

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  12. I learned the best way to store Bubble Chocolates...although I'm wondering if they'd be around long enough to need to worry about storing them! lol

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  13. I learned that Bubble Chocolate are all natural.

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  14. They sell it at Whole Foods!!!

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  15. I learned that Bubble Chocolate is a Premier Gourmet chocolate bar. Entry #2

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  16. I learned that adding bubbles to chocolate enhances the mouth experience. Entry #1

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  17. I learned that Bubble Chocolate is NOT certified Kosher. (Luckily, that doesn't matter to me! Yummy!)

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  18. Signed up for Bubble News #3

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  19. Signed up for Bubble News #2

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  20. Signed up for Bubble News #1

    reynoldsmommy at gmail dot com

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  21. Bubble Chocolate is now available at BevMo!

    adrianecoros(at)gmail.com

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

    adrianecoros(at)gmail.com

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

    adrianecoros(at)gmail.com

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  24. I follow on GFC

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

    adrianecoros(at)gmail.com
    (#3)

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  26. I entered the soda stream giveaway

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  27. I entered the Delta Faucet giveaway

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  28. I entered the Fairytale Brownies giveaway
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  29. TJ Maxx has Bubble Chocolate.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  30. I entered the Fantasy Jewelry Box giveaway

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  31. I'm following via GFC.


    HilLesha@gmail.com

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  32. I'm a subscriber.


    HilLesha@gmail.com

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  33. that it says that it is all natural thanks for the giveaway minsthins at optonline dot net

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  34. Meijers stores sells them.
    austma7@aol.com

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  35. I entered your Fairytale Brownies giveaway!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  36. I follow your blog with google friend connect!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  37. The Meijer in Aurora, IL sells Bubble Chocolate! I'll make sure to look for it tomorrow when I go grocery shopping!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  38. I learned it needs to be stored at no higher than 70 degrees but it wouldn t last that long at my house!

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  39. BevMo
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  40. They sell them at Home Goods!!

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  41. I became a fan of bubble on fb.
    Jean Fischer

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  42. A store called Whole Foods sells it.
    brandon_ralston@hotmail.com

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  43. follow Bubble chocolate on twitter (Missybeez80


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  44. Meijers stores sell them.


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  45. I Like Bubble Chocolate on Facebook... Username is FrozenSnow85

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  46. TJ Maxx sells Bubble chocolate

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  47. Marshall's at Seabridge Square Shopping Center

    1795 US Hwy 1 S
    St Augustine, FL 32084

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  48. Whole Foods sells this!

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  49. It is available at specs! SO wine and chocolate is a must!

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  50. I can get bubble chocolate at TJ Maxx! Thanks!

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  51. I learned that adding bubbles to chocolate enhances the mouth experience. I'd love to test that for myself!

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  52. i learn that redfuzzycow has no life.

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  53. Specs here in Houston carries them. Thanks.

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  54. I voted for you in Top Mommy blogs. You are #139 with 45 votes (#1)

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  55. I voted for you in Top Mommy blogs. You are #139 with 45 votes (#2)

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  56. I voted for you in Top Mommy blogs. You are #139 with 45 votes (#3)

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  57. I voted for you in Top Mommy blogs. You are #139 with 45 votes (#4)

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  58. I entered the Mega CD giveaway

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  59. I voted for you in Top Mommy blogs. You are #139 with 45 votes (#5)

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  60. Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
    Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
    =]

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  61. Whole Foods sells the Bubble Chocolate.

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  62. i really want to try the dark chocolate candy.

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  63. You can get them at Whole Foods

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  64. Sold in Whole Foods markets

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  65. Each Bubble Chocolate® bar is individually foil wrapped and placed in its own carton to guarantee freshness
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    covertpeace at gmail dot com

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  66. Each Bubble Chocolate® bar is individually foil wrapped and placed in its own carton to guarantee freshness
    #2

    covertpeace at gmail dot com

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  67. Each Bubble Chocolate® bar is individually foil wrapped and placed in its own carton to guarantee freshness
    #3

    covertpeace at gmail dot com

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  68. Signed up for Bubble News.
    #2

    covertpeace[at]gmail[dot]com

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  69. Signed up for Bubble News.
    #1

    covertpeace[at]gmail[dot]com

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  70. Signed up for Bubble News.
    #3

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  71. Follow blog publicly on Google Connect.

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  72. I did not know I can get this product at Meijer.

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  73. Google friend connect follower kycouple2000.

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  74. Retail analysts say the timing makes sense for Bubble Chocolate to expand. Chocolate, the king of comfort foods, is seemingly impervious to the recession: US consumers purchased 2.6 percent more chocolate in 2009 than the year before, according to market research firm Mintel. Moreover, American taste buds may be ready for a new cocoa experience.

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  75. Also following you on twitter as ky2here1.

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  76. Following bubblechoc on twitter as ky2here1.

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  77. ~~sigh~~ they are sold at the Meijer's store here in Michigan where I shop PLUS the TJMaxx where I shop also ;)

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  78. follow your blog as jelaws5

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  79. fb fan of Bubble Chocolate-Julie A Scott Laws

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  80. It is sold at Marshalls's stores
    felicia.431@gmail.com

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  81. email subscriber
    felicia.431@gmail.com

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  82. signed up for Bubble News #1
    felicia.431@gmail.com

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  83. signed up for Bubble News #2
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  84. signed up for Bubble News #3
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  85. The website was not available.

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  86. Christie
    ropp dot 5 at wright dot edu

    I can get it at Meijer!

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  87. They sell 16 bar cases for $40. #3

    Christie
    ropp dot 5 at wright dot edu

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  88. They sell 16 bar cases for $40. #2

    Christie
    ropp dot 5 at wright dot edu

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  89. They sell 16 bar cases for $40. #1

    Christie
    ropp dot 5 at wright dot edu

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  90. TJ Maxx & Marshalls are two retailers that are close to me. Thanks so much for this giveaway!

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  91. Entry 1: I saw that Bubble chocolate was released on Sept 15 2009. No wonder I haven't seen it before.

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  92. Entry 3 I also saw on the website that they have Dark chocolate (60%) and milk chocolate.

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  93. Entry 2 I saw on the website that it made its mark as the first successful aerated chocolate bar to hit the American market.

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  94. I follow you through google friend connect (Kconklin1028) thanks!
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  95. Meijer sells these chocolate bars! Yay, we have two close meijers. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  96. I subscribed for Bubble News, thanks! Entry 3
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  97. I subscribed for Bubble News, thanks! Entry 2
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  98. I subscribed for Bubble News, thanks! Entry 1
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  99. I learned that the chocolate is best stored without refrigeration (news to me!) and that the bubbles act as natural portion control (very cool!). Thanks for the giveaway.
    Entry 3
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  100. I learned that the chocolate is best stored without refrigeration (news to me!) and that the bubbles act as natural portion control (very cool!). Thanks for the giveaway.
    Entry 2
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  101. I learned that the chocolate is best stored without refrigeration (news to me!) and that the bubbles act as natural portion control (very cool!). Thanks for the giveaway.
    Entry 1
    Kconklin1028@gmail.com

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  102. I see that it's sold at TJ Maxx

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  103. TJ-maxx sells bubble chocolate.

    Dancehottie1621@aol.com

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  104. T.J. Maxx sells it, thanks!

    Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

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  105. It can be purchased at TJ Maxx or Marshalls


    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

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  106. Public Google friend follower


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  107. I learned that it should be stored at no higher than 70 degrees, but not refrigerated.


    cgclynsg0 at gmail dot com

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  108. I can buy bubble chocolate at whole foods.

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  109. Whole Foods carries them - though not in my area.

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  110. They carry them at Whole Foods, we have one near us.



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  111. Whole Foods!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  112. I can get these at Whole Foods

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  113. I follow Bubble Chocolate on twitter susan1215

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  114. facebook fan of Bubble Chocolate

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  115. They have it at our local Home Goods and TJ Maxx.
    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

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  116. The Whole Foods store near me sells Bubble Chocolate.

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  117. Whole Foods

    alterna7 at hotmail dot com

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