Foodology

Saul Good Gift Company: The Confectionist Gift Basket

Diana Chan May 4, 2015 British Columbia, product

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Saul Good Gift Company created memorable gift baskets featuring artisan products from Vancouver, British Columbia. The local companies that they choose to be part of their gift baskets create amazing food and products. It’s a great way to experience the plethora of local talent.

I won a gift basket from work, so I decided to get The Confectionist Gift Basket from Saul Good.

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Included in The Confectionist Gift Basket ($88) are:

  • Vanilla Salt Caramels, 2 piece box
    Cocolico by Wendy Boys, Vancouver, BC
  • Caramelized Milk Chocolate Organic Pistachios
    by Beta 5, Vancouver, BC
  • Bean-to-Bar Single Origin Organic Chocolate
    by East Van Roasters, Vancouver, BC
  • Ginger Chocolate Cookies
    by Kitchening & Co, Langley, BC
  • Raspberry Caramels
    The Candid Confectioner, Vancouver, BC
  • Salted Caramel Pecan Popcorn
    Batch Sweet Kitchen, Vancouver, BC
  • Hazelnut Crisp
    Thomas Haas, North Vancouver, BC
  • Raw Lemon Coconut Cookies
    Hippie Foods, Burnaby, BC

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Opening the box was awesome! As a person with a sweet tooth, this was what I needed after a long day at work.

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I loved every single item in the box. The highlights for me were the Hazelnut Crips, Caramelized Milk Chocolate Organic Pistachios, and the Vanilla Salted Caramels.

The gift basket is definitely pricey, but all the items individually are quite expensive too. It works well as corporate gift or when you want to impress someone who is a local fanatic.

Website: http://www.itsaulgood.com/

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.