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Christmas, amongst other things, is a time to indulge and have fun. Christmas for a lot of people usually means family, friends, gifts and lots of food (although this year will have a very different feel). Christmas indulgence foods include crisps, nuts, sweets and chocolate, lots and lots of chocolate! What child (and adult) doesn’t like to unwrap a box of confectionery on Christmas morning? But with that said, not everybody wants chocolate, preferring something much sweeter and sugary and HARIBO have the perfect alternative with their Sweet Medley gift box – an assortment of HARIBO’s six favourite treats all in one box.
We love HARIBO in our house, those little jelly sweets are just a delight for the tastebuds! We (and I mean everybody in our house, not just the kids) were delighted when we received a box of HARIBO’s Sweet Medley and a sharing bag of HARIBO Giant Trees for review.
Christmas treats and snacks just got better with an assortment of HARIBO’s favourite treats all in one box. This selection box from HARIBO is perfect for sharing amongst friends and family (and personally I would rather receive this than a chocolate selection box). This thoughtful gift box includes a handy tray to offer out a delicious mix of sweets including all the favourites such as Starmix, Tangfastics, Supermix, Giant Strawbs, Jelly Babies Double Trouble and Jelly Beans.
The HARIBO Sweet Medley box is a 480g box of your six favourite jelly sweets. The HARIBO Sweet Medley gift box is suitable for vegetarians and have no artificial colours.
Once we opened the box, the sweets didn’t really last long with four HARIBO sweet lovers in the house, and we all have different favourites. The tray is a good way to sort and manage portions.
For those that are not chocolate fans, the HARIBO Sweet Medley box is the perfect alternative. The jelly sweets are soft, full of flavour and different textures and there will be something for everybody from fried eggs (my favourite) to the sour Tangfastics (my least favourite).
And if you don’t want to give a big box of sweets as a gift or stocking filler and want something a bit smaller and more Christmassy then the limited edition HARIBO Giant Trees are perfect (about £1), a sharing bag of gummy jelly Giant Trees that every palate will enjoy whilst getting you in a Christmas mood.
The HARIBO Sweet Medley gift box would make a good Christmas gift to go along with main presents or a perfect Secret Santa gift for a sweet-toothed work colleague. At only £4 for a 480g box, it certainly won’t break the bank.
Although a word of warning, despite how good they taste (and they do taste extremely good) don’t eat too many all at once, sweets and chocolates are really not good for your diet or teeth! Yes, even at Christmas!
For more information, visit www.haribo.com. Available to buy from Morrisons, Wilko and other supermarkets.