Not just a plain white t-shirt, but something that is good to wear during the toasty summer months. … Each of their five men’s shirts is given a title which is appropriate given the artistic designs. All of their men’s and women’s shirts are made with organic cotton and not produced in a sweatshop.
Soft, non-crumbly modeling dough that my kids enjoyed playing with. … The softdough that I had smelled like peppermint; perfect for the holidays. The company says it will last for a year in a container, but mine did not last more than a month before it started crystallizing, getting hard and lost its scent too, boo hoo.
Although the chocolate is imported from many locations in the world, it is in fact manufactured in the USA. … The beans are from Indonesia and Amano backs up their statement with their Single Origin Guarantee. … It is indeed bitter like most dark chocolate but not too bitter like many out there.
When I walk in the door after hitting the gym I open my fridge and look greedily at its contents. … Both of these bars were sweet during the initial taste but then developed a strange and unpleasant aftertaste. … It is not a product that I would be eager to try again but if you are in the market for a new energy bar, please visit www.bumblebar.com for information and a store locator.
The play dough feels great, is fun to play with and the best part is that it’s all natural. The packaging is adorable and is in a really well made box that you can use over and over. The idea is that this is real art for real kids and I don’t know a kid who doesn’t love play dough.