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Gift for my European Friends- How about Hershey?

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Please don't laugh. I really do not know good wine from not so good ones, and the same for cheese. But I know beer I like when I drink one. I know Belgian and Swiss chocolate are expensive (and therefore, is good), but I like Hershey equally because it is less sweet for me compare to European chocolates.

I am going to leave for Spain in three weeks, and I am wondering if I should get big boxes of Hershey almond chocolate or Kisses from Hershey, but I do not want them to throw away because it does not taste good. Do you think a box of Hershey will make a good gift to Europeans who are spoiled by Belgian or Swiss chocolates?

Does anyone have any suggestions what to give to European women about $30-50 range from America? One is in her 60s and the other whom I have not met yet, I am guessing, is in her 40s.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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