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Taste test: This bar's wrapper looked a lot like some of the other bars from Wawel, but the language on the label made the filling a bit mysterious. The English version of the description used the word "advocaat" — which isn't an English word at all. Did they mean avocado? The Polish version of the description translated by Google as "bar stuffed with milk chocolate." Milk chocolate inside a milk chocolate bar? That seemed unlikely. The Polish word used in the main name, Adwokat, means lawyer, and I was really hoping that they didn't stuff a lawyer into the bar. Googling around, I found that Advocaat is the Dutch word for an alcoholic, eggnog-like beverage.
The bar had six filled sections, with the Wawel logo atop each. I bit in to find a very soft feel and an OK taste, but I really don't know what it was. It was very sweet and sort of fruit-like, and strange, so that Dutch beverage could be it. The color of the filling was less caramel-like than shown in the picture, as it was quite a bit lighter. Not really an actively bad taste, but a strange one. Not one I'd buy again, except maybe as a gift from someone who likes to drink Advocaat.
Aroma: Kind of weird. Maybe a bit alcoholic, like the ???? bar.
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From the package: "milk chocolate bar with advocaat filling" ... "baton nadziewany z czekolady mlecznej" ... "Made in Poland"
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Baltic Deli & Cafe, Boston. Review published .