French Chocolates Giveaway #7

Giveaway | 5th June 2012 | By

To celebrate today’s extra holiday here in the UK in style, despite the weather, I am offering a giveaway to mark the occasion. Some of you may have seen the review I did last month on French Chocolates by Post. If not, do take a look, because I have a very special treat for one lucky person, who will win a 320g box of delicious chocolates similar to the one you see in the picture. It won’t be exactly the same though, as the selection changes each month.

In addition to this large box of chocolates, Club Chocolat Francais have offered three runner up prizes – YES THREE. These are tasting boxes containing six chocolates to give you an idea of what the Club is all about.

Do find out more by taking a look at the Club Chocolat Francais website where you can salivate over pictures of lush looking chocolates which put my own photograph very much to shame.

This time, rather than make you submit numerous comments, I am giving Rafflecopter a go. There is one mandatory question and five additional chances to enter using Twitter and Facebook. Apologies to overseas visitors once again, but this is open to those with a UK postal address only. Closing date is Sunday 17th June.
The winner will be selected at random by Rafflecopter and you can tweet daily to gain extra chances of winning.

The winners were:
Main prize – Mrs J Young
Runner up prizes – Ruth Khaw, Ian Campbell & Lynne O’Connor

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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    Foodycat
    5th June 2012

    That’s a great prize! They look lovely. I like anything in the caramel/praline sort of family.

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    kirsty meredith pt vip
    5th June 2012

    I love creamy centres and caramel is always a must!

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    Shaheen
    5th June 2012

    already LIKE Chocolate Log Blog – PS Entering this namely for my chocoholic man :)

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    Solange
    5th June 2012

    I love all the chocolates which is fitting working for a chocolates magazine

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    Lynne
    5th June 2012

    Blackcurrant – hardly ever found but Hotel Chocolat do a bombe to die for

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    Rainie Bish
    5th June 2012

    Raspberry, and luckily most people I know don’t really like these so they always pass them on to me.

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    Suelle
    5th June 2012

    I’m very fond of chilli and orange in combination with chocolate.

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    Maya Russell
    5th June 2012

    I like marzipan or turkish delight chocolate fillings.

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    Galina Varese
    6th June 2012

    Pistachio is one of my fave flavours, but then I love so many that it would be a long list. :)
    Thank you! @maximka25

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    hannahmdy
    6th June 2012

    Ooh this giveaway ends on my birthday …and also fathers day :)

    I love love love fudge and truffle chocolates – sorry, I struggled to pick just one! :)

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    Anonymous
    6th June 2012

    Coffee creams every time!

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    Anonymous
    7th June 2012

    A dark chocolate truffle.

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

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    Bri
    8th June 2012

    AAUUHHH YEAAAUUH CHOCOLATES YYEEAUUUHH! Anything with caramel or dark chocolate im eating all at once animal style…face first. Look ma no hands! lol

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    julsthomas
    9th June 2012

    Coffee is my favourite, and thats lucky as so many people don’t seem to like this flavour. All the more for me!!

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    Sam
    9th June 2012

    I like the truffles and pralines

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    Jules Naybur
    9th June 2012

    I love a Raspberry cream x

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    Jo James
    10th June 2012

    Vanilla is my favourite, or any smooth chocolate mousse/truffle

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    Lyndsey
    15th June 2012

    Definitely praline… I am making it my mission to try as many different varieties from around the world as I can!

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