22 November 2014

Christmas Giveaway Day 13 - Ultimate English

Ultimate English are a traditional business producing confectionery from their home town of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, not too far from us, in fact. They have spent 150 years crafting and refining their confectionery to make it the best it can be, all done by hand to make sure that it is perfect for us all to enjoy. 

Fudge is their main passion, the Salt Water Chocolate Truffle Fudge being my favourite as I love the salty after taste (we also used this is a gorgeous flapjack recipe and it was absolutely stunning) but they also do honeycomb, cashew crunch and Lemon Coconut Ice too as well as many other favours of fudge. 

After I published my review of the yummy Ultimate English confectionery (you can read my review here) I had many people ask me where they could buy it from and they were left disappointed that, at the moment, the range is only available in local farm shops and deli's across Yorkshire. 

Well now you are in luck as Ultimate English have given me a fab hamper of their confectionery to give away to one of my lucky readers. 


To be in with a chance to win this fab prize in our Christmas giveaways, just fill in the Rafflecopter form below. 

Please remember to check the T&C's at the bottom of the Rafflecopter application and our full terms here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After the one mandatory entry, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends midnight 7th December

548 comments:

  1. Mince pie count? :P or Liquorice!

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  2. would have to be love hearts, yummy

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  3. Toffee Eclairs

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  4. it used to be flying saucers but then i realised they weren't veggie

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  5. I am quite partial to a rhubarb and custard sweet.

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  6. Fudge - I love fudge :D Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES - thanks for all the lovely giveaways ;o)

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  7. Sherbert lemons or chocolate limes :)

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  8. i love all chocolate!! maybe turkish delight?

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  9. Fudge if that counts or aniseed balls

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  10. oh gosh I just love sweets! I love fudge and nougat in particular though...and clotted cream toffee...

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  11. Can't beat a good old toffee! Or an American Hard Gum!

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  12. Fudge which we attempted to make today, lets just say it was disaster number 2 but we're going to make cupcakes from it! So all is not lost (well my hope of making it is.)

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  13. My favourite sweets are Parma Violets.

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  14. Sherbert lemons, pear drops, cola cubes ... I love sweets.

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  15. After Eights - Elizabeth Doody

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  16. chocolate limes or sherbert leomns!

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  17. Chocolate of course! Anyone who answers otherwise must be an alien sent to destroy Planet Earth - don't trust them! The best chocolate is quite dark but not black. Maybe 60% cocoa solids?

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  18. David Williams - Honeycomb!!

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  19. Rhubarb and custard

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  20. Yorkshire Mix, I can make the fish last for aaaaaaaaaages.

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  21. Anything with Liquorice in :-)

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  22. I love love love cola bottles!!

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  23. Anniseed Balls

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  24. Cherry drops, Emma Schofield

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  25. White Chocolate Mice (Are they traditional?)

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  26. Those lime sweets with the chocolate in them! mm :)

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  27. Chocolate Brazil nuts.
    Carol M.

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  28. I loved sweet peanuts, they had timy pieces of real peanut inside... when people were not allergic to nuts! ;0)

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  29. Rhubarb and custard hard boiled sweets!

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  30. Although very few shops still sell them whenever I find Floral Gums I buy a big bag full as they've always been one of my favourite sweets. Luckily for me nobody else I know likes them, or Parma Violets, so I get them all to myself! Don't know why but 'perfumey' sweets really appeal to me - oh, and the cinnamon flavoured Jelly Belly Beans....!

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  31. Treacle toffee

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  32. chocolate eclairs

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  33. Sherbet lemons (@bexallum on twitter)

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  34. Alexandria Miller23 November 2014 at 19:42

    Bon bons - ALL flavours mmmmmm

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  35. Pontefract Cakes

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  36. Sherbert Dip!

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  37. Butterscotch is one of my all-time favourites

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  38. Sherbet lemons remind me of being a kid.
    Carina Barnett

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  39. Cherry Lips and Floral Gums.....

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  40. Parma Violets. Sarah Hurrell

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  41. It has to be liquorice! I could eat it by the ton if I let myself.
    Lindsey Bannister

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  42. Alexandra Byford-Scott24 November 2014 at 10:18

    Rhubarb & Custard

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  43. Chocolate orange

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  44. sherbert lemons :)

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  45. white mice, sweet peanuts and toffee bon bons

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  46. Warm sugar peanuts!

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  47. i love food anyways lol. so much to choose from. i love a good victoria sponge cake

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  48. Pear drops. Mmmmmmmm. Xx

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  49. Acid drops

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  50. Parma violets

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  51. fruit salads, (Henry Little)
    thanks

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  52. Rhubarb and Custard
    Claire D

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  53. Rosy apples

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