I got a letter from Maryanne Keeney along with a submission for our 2013 Valentine’s Day Gift List from the Harbor Sweets Company of Salem, Massachusetts.  In the letter it introduced two products and a wonderful description about Harbor Sweets.

Maryanne writes “Harbor Sweets is based in Salem, Massachusetts and produces handcrafted artisan chocolates from its original historic red brick building.  Harbor Sweets uses only the finest and freshest ingredients and is known for its iconic Sweet Sloops, along with its beloved themed gifts celebrating outdoor activities and historic New England sites. Harbor Sweets are available online at www.harborsweets.com or by phone at 800-243-2115, at select retailers and ships worldwide.”

The first product is called the “I Love You Box” and it is clearly a perfect gift for your sweetheart on Valentine’s day or any other special occasion.  It contains two dozen Harbor Sweets delicious iconic Sweet Sloops.  These are yummy almond butter crunch shaped sailboats with white chocolate covered jibs floating in dark chocolate.  Harbor Sweets sells them for $24.95.

When we opened this box and passed it around our staff the unanimous opinion was that they it was a near perfect almond butter crunch and the only thing anyone wished for was more…

The second product is called the Coco Passion Heart and is a brown trim heart box with an assortment of Harbor Sweets’ popular dark and milk chocolate classics in a range of tantalizing flavors including Sweet Slops, Sand Dollars, Sweet Shells, and Marblehead Mints.  3 Dozen in total.  These were passed around as well and were consumed in equal haste and with the same wish that there were more :)

Harbor Sweets possesses the talent pool necessary to make the most amazing chocolates you could ever want.  We give them 5 out of 5 stars. They are outstanding.  We are also awarding the Harbor Sweets Coco Passion Heart with the 2013 Reviewboard Magazine Best Buy Award!

HSC_ 049 HSC_ 0050

Reviewboard Best Buy logo


The Review_Crew is a mix of writers that work for Reviewboard Magazine for the specific purpose of building the Review Crew brand of Reviews. Because they are a team and review these products in a group setting (8 people on a team) they share the attribution in the form of a team name rather than individually.