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Lisa Christian from Kona, HI
 " These are the best scones...they melt in your mouth! 
I love them!! So easy to prepare too."
Teri Lynn from Hawaii
 "Omigoodness, the best cookies ever."
Brent Williams from Kona, HI
"Sweet Legacies makes the greatest scones on earth...
 They are far better than ANY scone I have ever tasted!! 
These scones are in a league of their own."
Denise Wagner from Kona, HI 
"love the hot chocolate... my family went crazy.. 
the cranberry orange scones are to die for... so yummy!!"

Eunice Dacquel wrote
The gluten free cookies are wonderful.... Must try them! :)
Dorothy Stolzlechner from Kona   "OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHMG........ these scones are the best ever!!!!! They are super easy to make , and will blow you away!!!!!"

3RD PLACE RIBBON 2009 awarded to Amy Turner by a panel of judges at the 39th annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival for Kona Bombshell Truffles 

1st PLACE PEOPLE'S CHOICE 2010 in the professional Chef division awarded to Amy Turner of Sweet Legacies at the prestigious Cream Of The Crop Festival held at the Four Season's Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii 
for her Kona Mocha Drinking Chocolate
Amy actually beat the Four Season's pastry chef in this competition!

1st PLACE RIBBON awarded to 17 yr old Daniel Turner from Sweet Legacies,  in same competition in the amateur division for his Kona Mocha Scones

2nd PLACE RIBBON awarded to 9 yr old, Rebekah Turner from Sweet Legacies for her Mocha Cookies in the same competition (amateur division)

1st PLACE PEOPLE'S CHOICE 2011 Cream of the Crop at The Four Seasons for Sweet Legacies' Kona Mocha Shortbread Cookies with Sweet Legacies' European Drinking Chocolate

Colorado Chocolate Festival 2012 for our Spicy Kilauea Drinking Chocolat
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