Taste test: This large, thin candy bar had a 5x2 grid of large sections, each bearing the Turin logo and easily broken apart. Most chocolate bars filled with anything are far thicker than this one was, but somehow for this they managed to put a thin peanut butter layer between two even-thinner chocolate layers. (Come to think of it, this particular challenge might explain the unusual packaging, which consisted of a foil wrapper inside a cardboard slip case, as the cardboard was probably needed to prevent the thin chocolate layers from breaking. Unfortunately, the package was confusing to open.)
The taste was good, as both the chocolate and peanut butter were smooth and went well together. It didn't remind me of a Reese's at all as it lacked the thick peanut butter texture, but it still tasted very good.
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Smell test: Good sweet peanut butter and chocolate smell.
From the package: “At Cold Stone Creamery, we are proud of our heritage as Ice Cream Innovators since 1988. This heritage is based on a tradition of continuously redefining plain old regular ice cream into something truly extraordinary.” ... “Product of Mexico”
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