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Le Caramel Three - Pack Sampler

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Cesare


quality posts: 1566 Private Messages Cesare

Le Caramel Three - Pack Sampler
$19.99 + $5 shipping
Condition: Delicious, Addictive, Yummy
Products:
1 Caramel Cream made with Salted Butter 14 ounce jar
1 Caramel Topping made with Salted Butter 14.5 ounce jar
1 Caramel Syrup 13 ounce bottle

Product website

Looks like $35 plus shipping, directly from them.

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Crlygrl34


quality posts: 31 Private Messages Crlygrl34

Would this be a good gift for the inlaws with a sweet tooth?

greenmonkey125


quality posts: 10 Private Messages greenmonkey125
Crlygrl34 wrote:Would this be a good gift for the inlaws with a sweet tooth?



I think it would be a great gift for ANYBODY!

brucedoesbms


quality posts: 158 Private Messages brucedoesbms

What is the shelf life after opening?

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dliidlii


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$25 for about 3 lbs of sugar

masterzora


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Cesare wrote:Le Caramel Three - Pack Sampler
$19.99 + $5 shipping
Condition: Delicious, Addictive, Yummy
Products:
1 Caramel Cream made with Salted Butter 14 ounce jar
1 Caramel Topping made with Salted Butter 14.5 ounce jar
1 Caramel Syrup 13 ounce bottle

Product website

Looks like $25 plus shipping, directly from them.



Actually, $35 plus shipping. You seem to have forgotten the syrup!

jwink


quality posts: 39 Private Messages jwink

Any thoughts or details on the shelf-life once opened? Will it crystalize after a certian period or must it be refigerated?

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masterzora


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dliidlii wrote:$25 for about 3 lbs of sugar



You say that like it's a bad thing!

masterzora


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jwink wrote:Any thoughts or details on the shelf-life once opened? Will it crystalize after a certian period or must it be refigerated?



The product description for the topping seems to imply that there is no need for refrigeration, and I can only assume all three products to be the same on that ground.

tummer70


quality posts: 1 Private Messages tummer70

Wow, I lived in San diego for 20 years.. I wish I would have seen this product there. looks pretty good.

tytiger58


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The caramel topping is smoking good, it came with my "I am proud to say" first rattage!

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tummer70


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The picture on the middle bottle is from Balboa Park in San Diego. pretty cool.. Balboa Park is the 2nd largest urban park in the country modeled after Central Park. I think I might buy this product for the art work also.

fairnymph


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I LOVE caramel (thanks woot - awesome bday present!) - but I have to ask, since I can't find ingredients anywhere (and I'd love to see a full list) - are these products trans-fat free?

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GaleForce


quality posts: 12 Private Messages GaleForce

I'm in for one, this looks absolutely delicious. Plus, I haven't had a product from w.w in a while since cash was tight and there wasn't really any wine or product that I wanted that badly (like Wellington, or a Woot Cellars offer, or basically something that was an insane deal and I couldn't pass up). Have a well-paying job finally so I've really looking forward to sending some disposable income Woot's way. I know normal Woot will never have anything good up on their website; I can just see another Roomba or something popping up tomorrow. I'm lucky if one item during a woot-off looks good enough to buy. Anyway, I can't wait to try this.

Oh and really Woot? The word "Woot" isn't included in your spellchecker?

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
fairnymph wrote:I LOVE caramel (thanks woot - awesome bday present!) - but I have to ask, since I can't find ingredients anywhere (and I'd love to see a full list) - are these products trans-fat free?



My caramels sauces are trans-fat free. Please find the ingredients list below:

Caramel Cream:
sugar, whole milk, corn syrup, cream, salted butter, dextrose, sea salt and natural vanilla extract.

Caramel Topping:
same as caramel cream (but the recipe is different ;-)

Caramel Syrup:
sugar, water and corn syrup

Moondragon


quality posts: 8 Private Messages Moondragon

Oh no, caramel "juice" to go with my "caramel juice"... Decisions...

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
jwink wrote:Any thoughts or details on the shelf-life once opened? Will it crystalize after a certian period or must it be refigerated?



I would recommend to eat the caramel cream and the caramel topping within two months after opening. There is no need to refrigerate the products. The syrup has a greater shelf life, 4 months after opening.

The sugar will not crystalize in the products after opening.

GaleForce


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Just went to their website and priced an order for one of each and used UPS ground for shipping (their cheapest available). Same deal would cost $46.36 through their website, shipped to FL. My friend in San Diego did the same and shipping was still $8.16, and he lives 10 minutes away from them apparently.

Normal Price: $46.36 (shipped to FL)
Woot Price: $24.99
Total savings on Woot: $21.36

Lenkeit


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Lenkeit
MrCaramel wrote:I would recommend to eat the caramel cream and the caramel topping within two months after opening. There is no need to refrigerate the products. The syrup has a greater shelf life, 4 months after opening.

The sugar will not crystalize in the products after opening.



Thank you for that information. But... if the products are refrigerated, how much longer would they be ok?

We can cellar 545 bottles here at home. This means we must quickly consume the other 436 bottles on hand...

Bridgeanyone


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tummer70 wrote:The picture on the middle bottle is from Balboa Park in San Diego. pretty cool.. Balboa Park is the 2nd largest urban park in the country modeled after Central Park. I think I might buy this product for the art work also.



My wife is the artist behind those labels. She will be tickeled to death by your message. But I can assure you that the caramel is also a piece of art and both would be enjoyed by any wooters.

beezlebubba


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in for one...have not been steered wrong by any wine woot food offering yet. the toffee is ridiculously tasty, the cheeses divine, the balsamic and vinegar/oil sets used daily etc. etc. etc.
how can u go wrong with sweet and salty sauces made from sugar

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
Lenkeit wrote:Thank you for that information. But... if the products are refrigerated, how much longer would they be ok?



That is a good question... I think you would be able to double the shelf life from two to four months (for the cream and the topping - I do not think the refrigeration will affect the shelf life of the syrup because it does not have any dairy product).

The ennnemy of the caramel is the humidity. So if you store the caramels in a dry place at room temperature, you might have a greater shelf life than written before.

Bridgeanyone


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Lenkeit wrote:Thank you for that information. But... if the products are refrigerated, how much longer would they be ok?


I tnink it is a MISTAKE to refrigerate caramel it flattens the taste and doesn't had to any shelf life, not unlike red wine...
I kept a jar open and just finished it recently after more than 6 months and it tasted as new. This was experimental as I think that this product is awesome and difficult to not finish rapidly.

Pixiedoodle11


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Okay, I'll be the one to ask this time.... Kosher?

SilverStar830


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I live in the tiny town of Santee, CA so I'm kinda getting a kick out of this.

I don't know the Kugener's, nor do I have any idea where their factory is around here, but I can't recall seeing these products on any of the store shelves here in Santee or in the surrounding area.

baseballguy25


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You can put the caramel topping on the caramel cream and dip it in the caramel syrup for a delicious snack. Yum!!!

mamapaq


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dliidlii wrote:$25 for about 3 lbs of sugar



If you can turn 3 lbs of sugar into caramel, you deserve at least $25. I have scorched and destroyed many a saucepan in this attempt.

emilyb0902


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tummer70 wrote:The picture on the middle bottle is from Balboa Park in San Diego. pretty cool.. Balboa Park is the 2nd largest urban park in the country modeled after Central Park. I think I might buy this product for the art work also.



Ditto on the artwork; it makes me wistful for one of my favorite places in France. The picture on the left is Mont St. Michel, in Normandy. It's surrounded by water when the tide comes in (well, except for a connecting land bridge) and by sand when the tide is out. The area is known for its lamb, raised in the salty sea air. Mmm, sea salt. Mmm, caramel!

fait


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I'm thinking that the shelf life would be approximately 1 week providing that there's enough vanilla ice cream in the house.

Bridgeanyone


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SilverStar830 wrote:I live in the tiny town of Santee, CA so I'm kinda getting a kick out of this.

I don't know the Kugener's, nor do I have any idea where their factory is around here, but I can't recall seeing these products on any of the store shelves here in Santee or in the surrounding area.



Their place is next to the drive-in theater.

sezen


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fairnymph wrote:I LOVE caramel (thanks woot - awesome bday present!) - but I have to ask, since I can't find ingredients anywhere (and I'd love to see a full list) - are these products trans-fat free?



caramel has fat?

dianefreda


quality posts: 9 Private Messages dianefreda

My husband loves caramel-does this offering come with recipes??

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
Pixiedoodle11 wrote:Okay, I'll be the one to ask this time.... Kosher?



We do not use Kosher ingredients in those caramels.

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
dianefreda wrote:My husband loves caramel-does this offering come with recipes??



Not yet, but it a little while we'll have recipes on our webiste (still under construction...)

MrCaramel


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sezen wrote:caramel has fat?



The caramel cream and the topping contain fat (NO trans fat) and the syrup is fat free (almost only sugar).

Slarti59


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Is the salt very noticeable or is it almost as sweet as normal caramel?

Loiret45


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This caramel is really yummy!
I got some in Newport Beach and it lasted but a week. I got the topping and put in on ice cream with crushed maltballs. The syrup lasted longer, it's really good on flan.

Loiret45


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Slarti59 wrote:Is the salt very noticeable or is it almost as sweet as normal caramel?



It's sweet.

I saw a show on the food network where they explain that the salt just really brings out the flavor. Not sure why that is...

MrCaramel


quality posts: 27 Private Messages MrCaramel
Slarti59 wrote:Is the salt very noticeable or is it almost as sweet as normal caramel?




The salt enhances the taste of caramel but it does not overwhelm it : you will love it!