Thursday, November 17, 2016

Honey-infused chocolate from Harbor Sweets

I'm a sucker for all things honey and dessert, and naturally I've discovered a local business that combines the two.

Located in Salem, Massachusetts, Harbor Sweets produces handcrafted artisan chocolates from its original historic red brick building at 85 Leavitt Street, and you're welcome to go visit.

I haven't been there, but I used to live in the next town over, and there's lots of cool stuff to do in Salem. You can't go wrong if you like hanging out by the ocean.

Gather: small batch honey-infused chocolates

Gather Chocolate is a mission-driven chocolate inspired by the plight of the honeybees. A portion of sales (2.5%) is donated to the Pollinator Partnership, an organization that educates and advocates best beekeeping practices for the protection of bees.

Like a flight of wine, one box of Gather contains six (6) pieces of honey-infused chocolate, all covered in dark chocolate:
  • Caramelized Honey
  • Pomegranate Molasses
  • Sour Cherry
  • Sesame Crunch
  • Coconut Cluster
  • Cashew Caramel

70% cacao dark chocolate and notes of wildflower honey

Harbor Sweets and Gather Chocolate are sold at high-end gourmet grocers and gift shops, by phone (800-243-2115), and of course on their website. They ship worldwide too.

Check out this short Harbor Sweets video to help the bees, the chocolate business, and be part of the solution.


Now, for the moment you've been drooling for.

Who wants some chocolate?! The folks at Harbor Sweets have been gracious enough to offer up a 6-piece box of Gather Chocolate one lucky Giveaway Guy reader.

Enter to win using the Rafflecopter form below. You may share on Twitter once a day for extra points for the duration of the giveaway.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


This giveaway is open to users in the U.S. only. One winner will be randomly selected via Rafflecopter, which I will contact by email after entries are verified. The winner will have 24 hours to respond, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary product in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.


19 comments:

  1. I learned that they're made in New England.

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  2. I learned they are made in New England and that they are fine chocolates

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  3. I learned they are made in New England

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  4. I learned that Harbor Sweets invests a portion of their earning to many worthwhile organizations!

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  5. I learned that Harbor Sweets began in 1973.

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  6. Their small-batch chocolates have "notes of wild honey."

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  7. I learned that 2.5% go to pollinator partnership. It is wonderful they have worked with so many nonprofit groups.

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  8. I learned that they're handmade in New England

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    1. This one is U.S. only, but yes, I do have WW giveaways. Look below the Rafflecopter form and you'll see which countries are eligible.

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  10. I learned that they have a wide selection of chocolates.

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  11. I learned that the company still still uses its original chocolate making techniques with copper kettles and wooden paddles.

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  12. I learned that they are made in New England. I never knew that.

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  13. I learned that you can buy a box of chocolates and they will give back 5% of annual profits to community outreach. What a great company! :) Their chocolates sound amazing as well!

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  14. They started in 1973 and made Sweet Sloops, Sand Dollars, and Marblehead Mints. ^.^ Also they having skill for making me crave sweets!

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