Seriously. They have so many great peanut butter flavors, and for a pb lover like me, that's great. The first flavor I tried, and still currently my favorite, was their White Chocolate Wonderful. Holy cow. It tasted like I was eating a Nutter Butter. Too often I just ate it with a spoon straight out of the jar!
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The wonderful people over at Peanut Butter & Co. agreed to send me a jar of their Cinnamon Raisin Swirl to review.
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Now, I should let you know that I adore ANYTHING cinnamon raisin, typically. Oatmeal raisin cookies are my all time favorite cookie, as long as they have lots of cinnamon in them. And I had been eyeballing this peanut butter in my grocery store for a while. It sounded so delicious and amazing.
However, my initial thought upon trying this was: woah. It's SUPER cinnamon-y. And where were the raisins? I could see some little itty bitty raisin pieces on the bottom of the jar, but I had to dig to actually get some in my spoonful. And the peanut butter had a bit of a crunchy texture to it, although I couldn't tell if that was from the raisins or the evaporated cane juice. Considering the White Chocolate Wonderful did not have that texture at all, I'm thinking it was the raisins. Still, this peanut butter is really pretty good. As I mentioned before, it is definitely strong on the cinnamon, but it is still delicious in every way. If you love cinnamon, you'll love this peanut butter.
Now it's time to win! One lucky winner will win a jar of Cinnamon Raisin Swirl to try for themselves! Here's how to enter (leave a separate comment for each entry):
MANDATORY: Tell me how you like to eat your peanut butter or your favorite type of peanut butter.
Other ways to win:
1. Tweet about the giveaway, including the tag @cityxlights13 and a link back to the giveaway (2 entries)
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Contest ends on 12/23 at 10 p.m. Tweet it up! And Merry Christmas!