Want to show your appreciation to your mother-in-law for babysitting your kids or your boss for giving you that promotion. Don't just give them a mug of coffee! Why not send them something from Gourmet Gift Baskets?
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Halloween is here (okay, more like a month away) and your friend is having a nervous breakdown trying to figure out who is going to be what and where she should buy all the decorations. Give her a little break with one of their Halloween gift baskets! Most women love a little chocolate so you can't go wrong with the Choc-O-Lantern Halloween Gift Basket™. When all the candy is gone, she can use it to give out the candy!
But we can't forget our troops. They offer Military Care Packages filled with food and treats to keep them going and let them know how much they are appreciated and definitely missed. With my own cousin being in the military, its hard to send just a letter when you want to send so much more. Sending them a Military Care Package not only lets them know how much they're loved, but it also helps when they can't buy a certain thing wherever they are.
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When a gift basket doesn't seem to project the message you want, send that special someone a fresh plant or fresh flowers. They also offer fresh plant/flower garden baskets when one flower or plant isn't enough.
Gourmet Gift Baskets isn't your run-of-the-mill gift basket place. They have been featured on things like Today, Fox News, MSNBC, Sunday Morning, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon! With big names like those, you can bet they are the best of the best!
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Gift baskets price vary from under $25 for "Mini" baskets to $249.99 for the Executive Suite™ Christmas Gift Basket.
WHAT I THOUGHT:
I was able to try the Snack Gift Basket Standard. First off, it was so pretty! I meant to take a picture of it when I first took it out of the box, but Dad was interested in what came in the basket so I opened it. But there was raffia ribbon around it, and everything was just in its rightful place. I'm not gonna say what I thought of each item, but maybe a few.
It came with:
· Dipping Pretzels by East Shore Specialty Foods - 6 oz.
· Raspberry Honey Mustard Pretzel Dip by Robert Rothschild Farm - 7.8 oz.
· Key Lime White Chocolate Chip Cookies by Brent & Sam's - 7 oz.
· Almond Pecan-dy Crunch by Morley Candy Makers - 9.25 oz.
· Salted Peanuts in Box by Feridie's - 7 oz.
· Petite Cheese Biscuits by Salem Baking Co. - 1.5 oz.
· Metropolitan Banana Chips by GourmetGiftBaskets.com
· Buttered Peanut Crunch by Old Dominion Peanut Company - 10 oz.
· Peanut Roll by Dillon Candy Co. - 3 oz.
· Coconut Bar by Oskri Organics - 2.2 oz
The Almond Pecand-y Crunch was sooo good! It was the first thing I tried and I was addicted. It was perfectly sweetened and there was a great ratio between the pecans/almonds and the popcorn. And there weren't just pieces of the nuts. They were pretty whole! Twin ended up nibbling on most of it. LOL The Coconut Bar was okay. I'm not a big fan of coconut but since no one else in the house could eat coconut, I decided to try it. It was a little dense for me and could have had a smidgen of more sugar, but it was pretty filling! The Raspberry Honey Mustard Pretzel Dip was delicious! It has an interesting taste of the sweet honey and raspberry up front with just a bit of tang from the mustard seed at the end.
|Almond Pecan-dy Crunch- Yummy!|