The idea of Valentine’s Day is to express your love to your significant other. A lot of us do this with holiday candies and gifts. What better way to do that, than with Hershey’s!

About Hershey’s

Incredible and inspiring, the Hershey story starts off focused on one determined pioneer; Milton S. Hershey-but quickly becomes about so much more. Raised in rural central Pennsylvania, and with little formal education, Milton became known for the famous HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate Bar that bears his family name. He also became known for his philanthropy and open-hearted generosity which still touches the lives of thousands. Milton Hershey was genuinely passionate about people and their happiness. Happiness for Milton Hershey started with simple and delicious ingredients, simple processes, and sharing smiles by sharing HERSHEY’S products. Milton took that philosophy very seriously, and our company still does.
holiday candies

Loves Me, Loves Me Not..

When you give your Valentine candies for the holiday, you want to give the best. You want Hershey’s. This Valentine’s Day, they’ve put out some new candies. There are a lot of different flavors going on, with a great variety to choose from.
Kit Kat Red Velvet Miniatures-
These are a red velvet flavored wafer, covered in white creme
Reese’s Peanut Butter Hearts With White Creme-
A perfect combination of white creme and peanut butter
Hershey’s Cupcake Kisses-
A blend of white chocolate and cookie pieces

My Thoughts

These holiday candies are pretty awesome! We gobbled them up in record time, and then we headed out to the store for more. The Cupcake Kisses were my absolute favorite, while my oldest son (16) fell for the Red Velvet Kit Kat. My husband and younger son (14) both inhaled the Reese’s with white chocolate. There was, quite literally, something for everyone in my house! We all like different things, and Hershey’s helps by providing a great assortment to choose from.

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