Thursday, November 18, 2021


DISCLOSURE: I received free product from Tryazon in exchange for hosting a party and sharing my honest review. No further compensation was provided. All opinions are my own.

I love chocolate. Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate -- I like them all! So, of course, I jumped at the chance to host a party all about chocolate and the chance to sample and share a bunch of different varieties of chocolate.

About Niagara Chocolates

Founded in New York, Niagara Chocolates has been making high quality, handcrafted chocolates since 1956. They exclusively use non-GMO ingredients and chocolate that is Rainforest Alliance certified.

Our party pack included several varieties of chocolate cups, chocolate clusters and chocolate bars, as well as coupons to hand out to guests.

We received bags of:

  • Milk Chocolate Toasted Coconut Clusters
  • Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
  • Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Cups
  • Dark Chocolate Salted Almond Clusters
  • Milk Chocolate Roasted Peanut Clusters
  • Chocolate Lovers Cups
We also received several kinds of chocolate bars:
  • Milk Chocolate Bars
  • Dark 70% Chocolate Bars
  • Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars
  • Milk Chocolate Almond Toffee Bars
  • Dark 70% Salted Almond Bars

Party Recap and Review

I ended up having to split my sampling over two weekends, since not everyone was available at the same time. For the first sampling, I brought some chocolates over to my parents' house. It was my Dad's birthday and some family were going to be at the house, so I figured it would be a good time to also sample some chocolate.

The Milk Chocolate Bar was pretty popular at the sampling. Especially with the kids. They thought the chocolate was so creamy and good.

The second sampling was at my house. I wanted to do something special for the party and decided I'd make a chocolate charcuterie with some of the chocolates we received.

I used a bag of the Toasted Coconut Clusters and the Chocolate Lovers Cups. I added some milk and dark chocolate covered pretzels, strawberries, blueberries, graham crackers and linzer cookies.

I also made a regular charcuterie board so we could have real food, too.

For the sampling, I put out plates of the different bars of chocolates and bowls of the chocolate cups and clusters.

The Toasted Coconut Clusters and Chocolate Lovers Cups were the most popular during the party. The same with the Milk Chocolate Bar.

Everyone commented on how smooth and rich the chocolate was. My husband liked how it tasted like high quality chocolate. My son, who can be pretty picky, loved the Chocolate Lovers Cups.

My niece and my daughter enjoyed making little s'mores out of the chocolate and graham crackers.

My parents and Aunt really enjoyed sampling all the different varieties and were super happy to be able to take some home.

Overall, it was a great party and now we have a new favorite brand of chocolate!


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