7th Street Confections Dark Chocolate Thins Review

Pearson Candy Company: 7th Street Confections – Dark Chocolate Thins Review + Giveaway

I am always looking for ways (excuses) to have chocolate with my fruit. One of my favorite ways is to melt chocolate and pour it over my strawberries and raspberries.

When I saw that the Pearson Candy Company’s 7th Street Confections had new Dark Chocolate Thins, I was interested since I love anything covered in dark chocolate generally speaking.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Pearson Candy Company/7th Street Confections. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received an assortment of Pearson Candy Company’ new 7th Street Confections Dark Chocolate Thins in the following flavors –

Raspberry & Quinoa – This is a combination of tart-sweet raspberries and quinoa make for a crunchy treat. I could not really taste the quinoa, other than the crunch it provided, and was pleasantly surprised when i got a raspberry.

Strawberry – A simple combination of strawberry and dark chocolate make for a very addictive and tasty variation to plain dark chocolate.

Blueberry & Almond – Another simple combination that has a crunch with a pop of fruit. I could taste the almonds and the blueberries. I tended to get them individually in each bite I took, but that was a nice alternate taste.

Pineapple & Toasted Coconut – While coconut is not my favorite, I was barely able to taste it on the bark. I was able to taste the pineapple, although not as sweet as I would have anticipated.

Each of these thins were a nice thickness of chocolate, not being to thick or to thin. I was able to break these easily with a snap and while i was eating them. The pieces are a nice variation of sizes, and each bite I felt i was getting one of the added items in the bark. The chocolate is a nice dark chocolate that will not leave you feeling you ate a sweet bomb.

The 7th Street Confections Dark Chocolate Thins are made with 54% cacao and have assorted fruits and nuts to provide a textural difference when eating them. Each bag is Non-GMO and contains no artificial colors or flavors.

Pearson Candy Company created 7th Street Confections to have way to create and sell chocolate candy without trying to fit it in to the existing product lines, which means this is a new product.

These are a nice addition to the thins currently available and if I was given a choice in store, I would purchase these, with the Strawberry being my first choice!

If you want a sweet way to have your fruit too, get some 7th Street Confections Dark Chocolate Thins!!

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GIVEAWAY: Pearson Candy Company/7th Street Confections is giving one assortment of Dark Chocolate Thins to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Assortment of Dark Chocolate Thins that will include (4) 4.7 ox bags in the following flavors: Raspberry & Quinoa, Strawberry, Blueberry & Almond and Pineapple & Toasted Coconut – This is a $17.96 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on July 17th (7/17/2017) to receive dark chocolate assortment! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Pearson Candy Company/7th Street Confections. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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74 thoughts on “7th Street Confections Dark Chocolate Thins Review

  1. Peggy

    I have always loved raspberry and chocolate. But really…. anything fruit will be good with dark chocolate.

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  2. Lisa V.

    Raspberries always pair well with any type of chocolate and it’s one of my husband’s fave flavor combos.

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  4. barbg

    I love all of the flavors above. I had not heard of this candy company yet=I love candy! I know I also like oranges,cherries and grapes with chocolates.

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  5. Elizabeth C.

    Pineapple or strawberry would be a good combination with dark chocolate.

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  6. Margaret Smith

    Pineapple or raspberries sound like they would be great combo’s with chocolate.

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  7. John Smith

    “What fruit do you think would be a good combination with dark chocolate?” Oranges, maybe.

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  8. lyndac1968

    I love any fruit that is covered in dark chocolate, dark is my favourite and to add fruit is an added bonus!! but cherries are my favourite fruit, so cherries and chocolate, oh ya!!

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  9. Jen D

    I love to combine dark chocolate chips with dried cherries and cashews – delicious!! I think orange, strawberry, and blueberry would also be wonderful.

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  10. Arielle

    Something super sweet like wild strawberries works so well with dark chocolate.

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  11. Barrie

    I think cherries would be a good fruit with chocolate! My teen would love that combination!

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  12. Cheryl Everitt

    Dark chocolate pairs with so many fruits. My favorite is strawberries.

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  13. clynsg

    Since bananas are an integral part of some chocolate sundaes, I think those should be added to the ‘good with dark chocolate’ list.

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  14. MelodyJ

    I think strawberries sweet flavor would be a great contrasting flavor to dark chocolate’s rich flavor.

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  15. Docia Vagnerini

    I think oranges or blueberries would go very well with dark chocolate

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  16. Robert

    crap was watching tv forgot to comment haha blueberries and chocolate but it goes with almost anything

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  17. Joy Venters

    love dark chocolate – besides, I hear it is good for your heart – if I win it would be a win win situation

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