They come in several flavors but the 4 I got to try were:
My favorites were the Chocolate ones and so was Hubby's. Of course, we are a chocolate loving family, so what can you say? The chocolate ones tasted just like the waffle cones but in a mild chocolate flavor. If you are a chocolate lover like us, then this is the one for you, too! This would make a great ice cream dip cookie or one of those cookies that you take two of them and put ice cream filling in between them and freeze it. I bet those would be awesome!
We also loved the Graham flavored crisps as our second choice with Cinnamon coming in third and lastly Caramel. It was a little too sweet for us but if you love sweet flavored crisps, then the Caramel ones will really make your day.
Here is what I found out about 34 Degrees Crisps:
People always want to know how we got the name 34 Degrees. The answer is Sydney, Australia. Thirty-four degrees is the latitude of Sydney—the city where our company Founder Craig Lieberman discovered his passion for food and wine while attending grad school there.
It’s also where he got his first taste of Australian crispbread, the inspiration for our thin and crispy crackers. In 2003, Craig launched 34 Degrees and began importing specialty foods from Australia. But like many long-distance relationships, this arrangement had its share of challenges. Eventually, Craig’s desire to bring his business and his love of food closer to home illuminated the need to take the company in a new direction.
In 2008, he discontinued his importing venture to become a manufacturer focused exclusively on making 34° Crisps in Boulder County, Colorado.
I love when I can find a company that really gives back to the people and this is one such company. I found out that they recycle and they have a hand in Wind & Energy usage but I love that they are into the Food Bank of the Rockies.
Here is whay they say about that:
Beginning with our first contribution in February 2011, we will make a quarterly donation of 300,000+ crackers to the Food Bank of the Rockies’ “Children’s Totes of Hope” program. Tote bags filled with 8-9 pounds of nutritious kid-friendly food are distributed to children on Fridays to take home over the weekend.
For many of these children, the totes are their main source of food on Saturday and Sunday. The crackers donated to “Children’s Totes of Hope” will benefit hungry children in Colorado and Wyoming.
You can connect with 34 Degrees Crisps several ways:
3507 Ringsby Ct, Ste 106
Denver, CO 80216tel: 303-861-4818
The kind folks at 34 Degrees Crisps will be giving the winner of this giveaway the same 4 flavors that I got to review! Thanks so much! Open to the U.S. only.