Posts Tagged ‘Chocolate

20 Nov, 2011

Reese Fudge

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars

I don’t think I’ve ever had a variety of Reese Peanut Butter Cups that I’ve outright disliked. And there have definitely been a lot of them. There’s something about that oddly crumbly peanut butter combined with chocolate that I just can’t resist.
Which is to say that I definitely enjoyed Reese Fudge, but at [...]

07 Nov, 2011


Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars

Maltesers have always been a favourite of mine. There’s something about those chocolately, malty little balls that I find kind of irresistible.
Odds are, you’re probably more familiar with Whoppers than with Maltesers – as far as I’m aware, Maltesers are hard to come by in the States, while Whoppers are quite prevalent. [...]

31 Oct, 2011

Snickers Peanut Butter

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars

Ah, Snickers: the old standby. It’s not the most exciting candy bar in the store, but it’s always there when you need it, and it’s always tasty. I like Snickers. I also like peanut butter. So, is this two great tastes that taste great together? Uh… kind of?
Snickers Peanut Butter [...]

25 Mar, 2009

Kinder Chocolate

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars

Kinder Chocolate is pretty easy to describe: it’s essentially just a Kinder Surprise in bar form. It is perhaps a tad creamier than a Kinder egg, but otherwise the taste is pretty much identical.
Kinder Chocolate is a smaller-than-average bar (it’s about half the size of a typical candy bar), so it’s pretty good if [...]

20 Mar, 2009

Hershey’s Kisses - Chocolate Truffle

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars| Truffles

These were a bit of a surprise. I’ve never particularly been a fan of Hershey’s Kisses – the crumbly texture and overly sweet taste has always struck me as being even worse than the typical Hershey milk chocolate. Plus, my experience with Hershey-made truffles has so far been less than stellar. But [...]

18 Mar, 2009

Buncha Crunch

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars

The combination of puffed rice and milk chocolate is definitely a good one, so I enjoy eating a Crunch bar every now and then, even if the quality of the chocolate is a bit on the iffy side. Buncha Crunch is essentially just a bite-sized version of Crunch, so it should pretty much taste [...]

26 Jan, 2009

Starbucks - Caramel Macchiato Truffles

Posted by: Michael In: Truffles

I’m not a big coffee drinker, though I do like the taste of coffee when it’s sweetened or mixed in with other things, like chocolate. I also like Starbucks, though I’m still somewhat bitter over the discontinuation of the Chantico, a chocolate drink which – if you weren’t fortunate enough to try it – [...]

23 Jan, 2009

Cadbury Creme Egg

Posted by: Michael In: Easter Candy

Easter is actually still a while off – it’s not until April 19th this year – but I guess that’s close enough for Cadbury, as the seasonal Creme Eggs are starting to hit the shelves.
Cadbury Creme Eggs are sweet; extremely sweet. As a kid, despite my love for all things sugary, Creme [...]

19 Jan, 2009

Hershey’s Symphony

Posted by: Michael In: Candy Bars| Chocolate

Though Hershey has seen fit to cheapen many of its bars by replacing milk chocolate with mockolate in an effort to cut costs, it’s nice to see that you can still find real milk chocolate in at least a few Hershey products.
Hershey’s Symphony is actually quite similar to a Heath bar, only with the proportions [...]

14 Jan, 2009

Dairy Milk - Cranberry and Granola

Posted by: Michael In: Chocolate

This is a British import, and I don’t know if it’s some kind of limited edition (I’ve never seen it before) or just a new part of the Dairy Milk line in the U.K., but it’s quite good. You might even say it’s… berry good (well, there goes my credibility).
Dairy Milk – Cranberry [...]

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