Chocolate Flowers from The Madelaine Chocolate Company

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Have you ever tried chocolate flowers from The Madelaine Chocolate Company? There’s just something about Easter that requires flowers and candy.   I’m not sure I’d really think it was Easter if I didn’t have a bit of both.   Generally, we pick up my Mom an Easter lily and some Easter chocolates as we head over for dinner at their house. It’s just become a tradition in our family that I really enjoy.    I’m rather picky about the kind of chocolate I purchase.   I want something a little bit different than your traditional chocolate Easter bunny and jelly beans. Those are fine for the kids, but I’d prefer something a little bit different.  This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Chocolate Flowers from The Madelaine Chocolate Company

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Chocolate Flowers

I received a selection of Assorted Chocolate Tulips from The Madelaine Chocolate Company.   Each chocolate tulip bud is carefully wrapped in colorful Italian foil and attached to an artificial flower stem with leaves to make it look like a real tulip.   These tulips can be purchased individually or in bunches of 6 chocolate flowers.  You can give them as is or display them in a pretty basket, glass vase or even a flower pot!  They come wrapped in colorful tissue paper just like a bouquet from the florist would. Of course, the creamy milk chocolate tulip bud inside was absolutely delicious.

chocolate flowers

Chocolate Flowers

The Madelaine Chocolate Company offers a wide variety of different types of chocolate candy in addition to the chocolate flowers.  You can find all sorts of holiday candies including chocolate Easter bunnies, Easter egg gift baskets, chocolate cigars in a cigar box, foil wrapped butterflies, gold coins and baggies of chocolate sport themed balls.  I love the choices that they have for spring. The little butterflies, chicks, and flowers are absolutely adorable and would make a great hostess gift or a treat for yourself.  They even have the most adorable little foil wrapped cats and mini fish! The kids will love the chocolate racing cars and chocolate crayons as well. Of course, they also have lots of Easter candy!

chocolate flowers

No matter what type of chocolates you need for your special occasion, you’ll definitely want to check out the selection at The Madelaine Chocolate Company.



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120 thoughts on “Chocolate Flowers from The Madelaine Chocolate Company”

  1. I'd love to have the Fall Leaves chocolates for Thanksgiving. it's pretty rare you see fall themed candy! coriwestphal at msn dot com
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  2. I'd like to try the Mint Truffles and the Caramel Filled Apples. Thank you for the chance to win! kdones (at) optonline (dot) net
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  4. How about the Caramel Popcorn!  Or the Chocolate covered Cherries, or Chocolate Covered Blueberries, or ...........
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  5. Madelaine's is now bookmarked!! I forsee myself ordering things like the chocolate TURKEYS or butterflies, and more, for my 12 grandkid's fun on various occasions. How they would love it. Would be their favorite treat.
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  6. I would want some bumblebees to go with my flowers.  They have dark chocolate bunnies too.  Yay!  I would also love to try the dueggs.
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  7. I love Madelaines Chocolate, I especially love their malted milk balls, and I want to try out the Hatchers Peanut butter eggs Thanks for the delicious giveaway debis126 at yahoo.com
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