Gourmet Gift Baskets: From The Heart Gift Tower Review

Gourmet Gift Baskets: From The Heart Gift Tower Review + Giveaway

Each year when the middle of February rolls around, I see more declarations of love from my social media feeds, to late night television. The downside to this is that I am a believer that instead of choosing one date in February to declare our love for loved ones we should show them that love each day of their lives.

In light of this feeling, I think that random acts and loving gifts are wonderful throughout the year. My favorite type of gifts are the ones that are tasty and are also useful in another way such as presented in an attractive tin or boxes. When I saw From The Heart Gift Tower from GourmetGiftBaskets.com I was immediately struck by the attractive boxes and the ability to enjoy the treats and the boxes for months to come.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of GourmetGiftBaskets.com. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

The From The Heart Gift Tower from GourmetGiftBaskets.com is a gift tower that is full of treats, sweets and popcorn that is enclosed in reusable love themed boxes and tied together with a pink bow!

The From The Heart Gift Tower includes the following:

(5) Lindor White Chocolate Truffles by Lindt & Sprungli – While I am not normally a white chocolate fan I gave these a try – they are white chocolate shells that are encased in smooth and creamy white chocolate centers.

Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels by Sanders – .5 oz. – This is a sweet and buttery caramel that is coated with a decadent dark chocolate. To finish each one is sprinkled with gourmet sea salt making the perfect sweet and salty mix!

Chocolate Wafer Petites by Dolcetto – .7 oz. – These are Bite-sized pillow cookies that wrap around centers of creamy chocolate that did not last long in my vicinity.

Dark Chocolate & Caramel Smothered Grahams by Annalie’s Chocolates – .65 oz. – These were my favorite and were crunchy graham crackers that are topped with gooey caramel that are then dipped into a bath of rich, dark chocolate.

Milk Chocolate Lindor Truffle Bar by Lindt & Sprungli – 3.5 oz. – These are squares of milk chocolate and are filled with smooth and creamy milk chocolate truffle centers.

French Chocolate Truffles by Truffle Basket – 3.5 oz. – These are simple chocolate truffles that are hand rolled and dusted with cocoa powder and my new favorite thing!

Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Kettle Corn by KingOfPOP.com – 1.4 oz. – This hand popped corn is coated in freshly ground cinnamon and dusted with sweet brown sugar making the perfect sweet treat.

Sweet Onion Kettlecorn by KingOfPOP.com – 1.8 oz. – This sweet and savory combinations of hand popped corn is a mix of sweet sugar, and a sprinkling of salt  in combination with a proprietary blend of sweet onion seasoning make this a unique flavor of popcorn.

I loved that as I unravels the bow and dug into each level, there was a sweet treat waiting for me! I plan to use these boxes around my house as random bits of storage for my various small items. Sadly, since there were little treats left over, these will be empty boxes until I fill them.

If you want a wonderful expression of love despite that day in February having past. The From The Heart Gift Tower would make a great gift for almost anyone for any occasion and a great gift that keeps giving, especially the gift of effective attractive storage.

Head over to GourmetGiftBaskets.com and see their vast assortment of themed baskets!

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GIVEAWAY: GourmetGiftBaskets.com is giving one From The Heart Gift Tower one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) From The Heart Gift Tower that will include an enclosed gift card and the following items: *Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Kettle Corn by KingOfPOP.com * French Chocolate Truffles by Truffle Basket * Dark Chocolate & Caramel Smothered Grahams by Annalie’s Chocolates * Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels by Sanders * Milk Chocolate Lindor Truffle Bar by Lindt & Sprungli * Sweet Onion Kettlecorn by KingOfPOP.com * Chocolate Wafer Petites by Dolcetto * (5) Lindor White Chocolate Truffles by Lindt & Sprungli * item #6841* This is a $39.99 value! *Item may be exchanged depending on availability for item of equal contents and value* I will be randomly choosing 1 person on March 12th (3/12/2017) to receive this tower of loving treats! 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 GourmetGiftBaskets.com. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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83 thoughts on “Gourmet Gift Baskets: From The Heart Gift Tower Review

  1. Catherine Lewis

    When my cousin, her husband and three daughters were mass murdered in their own home. It was over 30 years ago, but still seems like yesterday.

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  3. kathywayne@charter.n (@kathywaynechar2)

    One of the most memorable experienceso I have had is, last December. Ten of us ladies from the American Legion Auxiliary Unit #15 Medford, Oregon hosted a full dinner for deployed soldiers and their families that we also gave toys too the kiddos. In 2016, we had 240 soldiers and their families. We all made salads, spaghetti, French bread, desserts, and drinks. We all did this as a gift for our soldiers and their families.

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  5. christina moore

    The most memorable moments are my wedding in 1962 and the birth of my 3 daughters

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  6. amylou61

    My most memorable life event was the birth of my son. He was my 2nd child of the 3, and the best and birth experience, with no drugs 🙂

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  7. barbg

    My wedding I suppose which today is the anniversary. It lasted 25 years so I guess I can’t complain too much.

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  8. Angela Ingles

    My most memorable moments were the birth of my children. Nothing else comes close to comparing.

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  9. mahditanoshi

    One of the most memorable moments in my life happened pretty recently. I was holding my mom’s hand when she died, and it was very special.

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  10. stephanie scales campbell

    My most memorable and happiest day in my life was the day that the adoption of my children was finalized!

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  11. clynsg

    I would hope that everyone has some good memorable days in their lives–mine include my wedding day and the births of my children and grandchildren.

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  12. Tammy Catterton

    I have to memorable even was my wedding here had at a park in October 2014 so nice

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  13. Angela Ingles

    My most memorable moments were the ones in which my children were born and placed in my arms. There’s no greater feeling!

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  14. Nancy

    My most memorable events were marrying my husband and the birth of our children and grandchildren.

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  15. Seyma Shabbir

    The birth of my sons. both were funny experiences leading up to their birth. Both kids came early, first a day early and the other a month.

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  16. Sonya Allstun

    When I got to hold my son after being told he would not be born alive but he came to this world screaming and fighting to live

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  17. Jen Reed

    The most memorable event in my life was the day my twins were given to me through adoption.

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  18. Samantha

    The most memorable moment of my life was the day my daughter was born last year!

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  19. donna porter

    The most memorable event in my life was the birth of my nephew. With no kids of my own he is such a big part of my life.

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  20. Saki AB

    My wedding. Especially I walked down an aisle with my dad who was against our marriage at the beginning.

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  21. Carissa Joslyn

    Probably have a tornado ( I have always wanted to be a meteorologist/ storm chaser) Destroy my neighborhood in North Carolina. I had only lived there a few months. No one perished in it either!

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  22. Angela Snyder

    When I finally realized that the man that was pursing me was going to be my husband, He has been for 221 years now.

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  23. laurie murley

    my most memorable event of my life is when I learned to ride horses for the first time

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