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Brandini Toffee

If what you know about toffee can be summed up in the words "Heath" and "Skor", brace your tastebuds for a sugary, buttery assault of pure joy. These Brandini kids are the real toffee deal, God love 'em.
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Cesare


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Brandini Toffee, Poppers and Toppers 4-Pack
$39.99 $̶6̶3̶.̶8̶0̶ 37% off List Price
Brandini Toffee, 1 lb.
Cashew Almond Poppers, 14 oz.
Brandini Toppers, 1 lb.
Chocolate Almond Poppers, 14 oz.

Brandini Toffee Gift Bundle 5-Pack
$39.99 $̶5̶0̶.̶0̶0̶ 20% off List Price
Brandini Toffee, 1 lb.
Brandini Toppers, 1 lb. 2-Pack
Brandini Bites 1/2 lb Tins 2-Pack

Brandini Poppers, Toffee, and Bites 3-Pack
$36.99 $̶4̶8̶.̶8̶5̶ 24% off List Price
Chocolate Almond Poppers, 14 oz.
Brandini Toffee, 1 lb.
Brandini Bites 1/2 lb Tin

Brandini Toffee & Toppers 2-Pack
$34.99 $̶4̶8̶.̶0̶0̶ 27% off List Price
Brandini Toffee, 2 lb.
Brandini Toppers, 1 lb.

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“In the entire world there are only a few sounds that bring joy to all but the most jaded. One is the murmur of a kitten purring. Another is the thwack of a well-pitched baseball hitting a perfectly swung bat. And the third is the pop of a cork being pulled from a bottle of wine.” —George Taber

SunflowerPrincess


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So delicious. Love this toffee.

Oops, my Tiara slipped!

kfujita


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AHHHHHH! *danger, will robinson!*

i certainly don't NEED any of this delicious toffee, but i sure do WANT some. willpower...fading

Bione


quality posts: 28 Private Messages Bione

You know what's even better? Wine-filled chocolates...

North316


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I was REALLY hoping that there was a combo with just the Toffee and the Bites, no poppers, no toppers. Why can't we make this happen ToffeeKing?

My CT
"Trust your homies on the net", Clark Smith.
R.I.P. Inkycatz - Feb. 2013

coynedj


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North316 wrote:I was REALLY hoping that there was a combo with just the Toffee and the Bites, no poppers, no toppers. Why can't we make this happen ToffeeKing?



With you 100%. Maybe we need to find some people who just want the toppers and poppers, and split an order (or two or three) with them.

Anyone? I'm in South Dakota but get to the Twin Cities a lot - just let me know!

I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

How on earth did I get 7 QPs?

Toffeeking


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North316 wrote:I was REALLY hoping that there was a combo with just the Toffee and the Bites, no poppers, no toppers. Why can't we make this happen ToffeeKing?



Soon...Will discuss for a future offering, maybe in November.

Toffeeking


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Good to be back! Here to help push you off the fence!

fredrinaldi


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North316 wrote:I was REALLY hoping that there was a combo with just the Toffee and the Bites, no poppers, no toppers. Why can't we make this happen ToffeeKing?


North, call the shop in Palm Desert, tell them your a wine wooter and they give you 20% off your order (at least they did last year) , then pick what you want. If you go there they give a free toffee shake to wine wooters, excellent.

coynedj


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fredrinaldi wrote:North, call the shop in Palm Desert, tell them your a wine wooter and they give you 20% off your order (at least they did last year) , then pick what you want. If you go there they give a free toffee shake to wine wooters, excellent.



All fine and good for you Californians, but that's 1600 miles for me!

I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

How on earth did I get 7 QPs?

North316


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Toffeeking wrote:Soon...Will discuss for a future offering, maybe in November.



Awesome, or my previous mention of just a 5 gallon bucket of the bites. That would work as well.

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"Trust your homies on the net", Clark Smith.
R.I.P. Inkycatz - Feb. 2013

kylemittskus


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North316 wrote:I was REALLY hoping that there was a combo with just the Toffee and the Bites, no poppers, no toppers. Why can't we make this happen ToffeeKing?



I disagree with North. The toppers are my favorite.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

cheron98


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Toffeeking wrote:Good to be back! Here to help push you off the fence!



Yes, because it takes such mighty force.

Welcome back!

I saw HitAnyKey42 on wine.woot! and clicked "I want one!"

Toffeeking


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coynedj wrote:All fine and good for you Californians, but that's 1600 miles for me!



Sounds like a good reason for a road trip

Toffeeking


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Brandon "Brandini" is back from college and has been doing some perfecting of the two Poppers varieties. They are much improved...more toffee and nuts in each batch.

fredrinaldi


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Toffeeking wrote:Brandon "Brandini" is back from college and has been doing some perfecting of the two Poppers varieties. They are much improved...more toffee and nuts in each batch.


Those are my fav's Must call the shop and place an order.
BTW Your employees are the best, I hit the place up every time I go to Palm Springs. Shouldn't the "kids" be back at college now?

Toffeeking


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fredrinaldi wrote:Those are my fav's Must call the shop and place an order.
BTW Your employees are the best, I hit the place up every time I go to Palm Springs. Shouldn't the "kids" be back at college now?



Yes, they both graduated...We have just completed a major remodel of the shop in Rancho Mirage. Please take a look at our Facebook page on the Brandinitoffee.com site.

fredrinaldi


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Toffeeking wrote:Yes, they both graduated...We have just completed a major remodel of the shop in Rancho Mirage. Please take a look at our Facebook page on the Brandinitoffee.com site.



Rancho Mirage, not Palm Desert, my bad, I'll check out the remodel in Dec.

lnljuly


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You know what a really great use of the toppers is, aside from the amazing milkshakes? Make vanilla pudding, mix in some toppers, and freeze it in a popsicle mold. Super yum.

I'm having trouble deciding which package to get, but I'm definitely getting one of them. This, and the Beehive Cheese offerings, are my favorite Wine Woot Plus offerings.

rachaar


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I keep the toppers in the freezer and eat them with a spoon, right out of the bag, when the mood strikes. Because I am a filthy savage. Or a Heath-en, if you will.

wootchawant


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thanks (or no thanks?) to recommendations from fellow wooters in the past, i'm now addicted to this toffee. these sets are excellent bargains, and i can't wait to see my big woot box on my front porch! luckily, i still have a partial bag of toppers in my freezer; i might just have to make some toffee cookies or bars today. <=)

p.s. i, too, would like to see an offering for just toffee and bites. the idea for a mega-tin of bites also sounds fantastic, especially for holiday parties.

so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...

creekhounds


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Finally! A WineWoot that I can buy even though I live in Georgia. May make that black square yet...though I'd rather make it with wine...

Toffeeking


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wootchawant wrote:thanks (or no thanks?) to recommendations from fellow wooters in the past, i'm now addicted to this toffee. these sets are excellent bargains, and i can't wait to see my big woot box on my front porch! luckily, i still have a partial bag of toppers in my freezer; i might just have to make some toffee cookies or bars today. <=)

p.s. i, too, would like to see an offering for just toffee and bites. the idea for a mega-tin of bites also sounds fantastic, especially for holiday parties.



We are researching how to properly package a 5 gallon bucket of bites. Think there would have to be a Brandini overdose hotline available.

coynedj


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Toffeeking wrote:We are researching how to properly package a 5 gallon bucket of bites. Think there would have to be a Brandini overdose hotline available.



Some of us are willing to take the risk.

I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

How on earth did I get 7 QPs?

North316


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coynedj wrote:Some of us are eager to take the risk.



IFTFY

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"Trust your homies on the net", Clark Smith.
R.I.P. Inkycatz - Feb. 2013

lamcjunk


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Has anyone compared this to Enstrom's toffee (which is my favorite....so far....)?

coynedj


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lamcjunk wrote:Has anyone compared this to Enstrom's toffee (which is my favorite....so far....)?



I have had both. Brandini far exceeds Enstrom, in my opinion. It is not even close, though matters of taste are always up to the individual.

Brandini folks - when will this ship? I will be out of town between October 16 and 23, and wouldn't want a box sitting on my porch for all that time.

I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

How on earth did I get 7 QPs?

clcaruthers


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Toffeeking wrote:Soon...Will discuss for a future offering, maybe in November.



any hints as to if this is going to be during the usual gift week?!? Been super busy and just need to get an idea when to force myself to be a responsible wooter again

ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!

time2testit


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Welcome back Papa ToffeeKing!

hippie1981


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I love toffee, but this stuff sure is expensive! I have a local place I can get it in 1lb bags for around $5.

Toffeeking


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clcaruthers wrote:any hints as to if this is going to be during the usual gift week?!? Been super busy and just need to get an idea when to force myself to be a responsible wooter again



The wine.woot Gods are in control of Gift week offers. Pushing you off the fence now.

Toffeeking


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coynedj wrote:I have had both. Brandini far exceeds Enstrom, in my opinion. It is not even close, though matters of taste are always up to the individual.

Brandini folks - when will this ship? I will be out of town between October 16 and 23, and wouldn't want a box sitting on my porch for all that time.



Email us, we can send it later if need be. sales@brandinitoffee.com

Toffeeking


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time2testit wrote:Welcome back Papa ToffeeKing!



Toffeeking


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hippie1981 wrote:I love toffee, but this stuff sure is expensive! I have a local place I can get it in 1lb bags for around $5.



Martha Stewart also offers our toffee recipe online. You can make it yourself.

Toffeeking


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SunflowerPrincess wrote:So delicious. Love this toffee.



SunflowerPrincess you have been a loyal fan of Brandini since our WW inception in 2008... Thanks for that!!

North316


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Toffeeking wrote:Martha Stewart also offers our toffee recipe online. You can make it yourself.



I do have that favorited somewhere. Not sure why my wife hasn't made it yet. Maybe we can do some experimenting on the 5 gallon buckets for you....

My CT
"Trust your homies on the net", Clark Smith.
R.I.P. Inkycatz - Feb. 2013

wootchawant


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North316 wrote:I do have that favorited somewhere. Not sure why my wife hasn't made it yet. Maybe we can do some experimenting on the 5 gallon buckets for you....



i haven't tried it yet, either, but here's the recipe...

so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...

stinawargo


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Toffeeking wrote:Martha Stewart also offers our toffee recipe online. You can make it yourself.



I was going to pass on this offer, much as I love toffee, due to just today finding out that I'm pre-diabetic. But your generosity in posting this has just said "screw my reservations, all things are good in moderation" and I'ma order anyway. You have impressed me, sir!

idealreptiles


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They never did this when I took my family there! Even mentioned Woot.
The toppers are amazing! I dose my coffee ice cream with them. Store them in the freezer so they stay fresh and ice cold. Ran out weeks ago... Hmmm.

fredrinaldi wrote:North, call the shop in Palm Desert, tell them your a wine wooter and they give you 20% off your order (at least they did last year) , then pick what you want. If you go there they give a free toffee shake to wine wooters, excellent.