Choco Roll Taro

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Choco Roll Taro

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Taste test: Much like the Strawberry and Pudding filled versions of Choco Roll, this box contained seven individually wrapped pieces that looked kind of like mini cigars. However, unlike the other kinds, we had no idea what to expect from the taro flavor. Yes, we've reviewed several snacks containing taro, but this was the first one that looked like candy.

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The wrappers were a yellow/gold foil, and I opened our first to find a white chocolate exterior with some bits beige-colored roll showing through. Part of the end of the roll inside the white chocolate coating was exposed by a gap in the coating, but it didn't look purple as in the picture on the package. I crunched in to dig little deeper, and it still didn't look purple, more of a dark beige mostly. There was a light crunch and slightly dense feel, with a taste quite different than those other two flavors. The filling tasted kind of like some sort of cereal, sharing about equal strength with the sweeter white chocolate coating. Pretty good.

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Smell test: Mild white chocolate smell.

From the package: “What a Sweet Taste...”

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Company: I-MEI Foods Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at H Mart, Cambridge/Burlington, Massachusetts. Review published .


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