Hope and Greenwood Review

Hope and Greenwood Review

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In my house, Christmas is a time for sharing, caring and, well, over-indulging.  Just a little bit.

Hope & Greenwood Review - lovefrommim.com Sweets Lollies Food Gift

My sweet tooth was lovingly passed down to me from my Mum, and to her from her Mum, and no doubt from her Mum too.  When you think of it that way, eating sweets is a family tradition to be cherished.  Sort of!

I love sweets, I LOVE them.  I do however TRY to refrain from over-indulging all year round but at Christmas, I relax this a bit.

So you can imagine my delight when I was sent some yummy sweet treats from Hope & Greenwood!

Hope and Greenwood Review - lovefrommim.com Sweets Lollies Food Gift

I’ve bought fudge from Hope & Greenwood’s range at Waitrose in the past so I was aware of the brand but had no idea of the extent of this magnificent range of sweets, fudge, treats and homeware.

If you’re looking for a quirky gift for a loved one, friend or colleague this Christmas, look no further that the Fabulous Fudge Pudding Glutton Collection – a mouthful in more ways than one!

Hope and Greenwood Review - lovefrommim.com Sweets Lollies Food Gift

For just £8, this delectable box includes flavours like sticky toffee pudding, lemon tart, cherry bakewell and chocolate brownie.  There is literally a flavour for everyone in here – or just many flavours for 1 Mim.

This has to be some of the best fudge I’ve ever eaten and trust me I’ve conducted years of research on the topic.  I know what I’m talking about.

Yummy.  I can whole-heartedly recommend you take a look at the range while you’re working through your Christmas Gift List for your friends and family.  Or for yourself.  Or for ME!

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Disclaimer: I was sent some yummy treats to provide my honest opinion in this Hope & Greenwood review.  Affiliate link above.

Hope and Greenwood Review - lovefrommim.com Sweets Lollies Food Gift

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    • 7th January 2015 / 2:05 pm

      Ooh they were – they were demolished in no time, oops! :)

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