Taste test: This bar deviated from the standard grid arrangement of most chocolate bars, not because it wasn't arranged in a grid (it was, a 3x4 grid) but because the individual sections were just lined up in a grid but not actually attached to each other.
The package was a bit different, too. It came in a thin cardboard box, and the end of the box flipped open in a way we haven't seen before, to reveal a foil wrapper. One end of the wrapper ripped open easily to reveal a thin cardboard tray holding the individual rectangular chocolate sections.
The surfaces looked just about as smooth and flawless as the ones pictured on the box, with the Dars logo embossed into each one. One bite revealed that the texture of the milk chocolate was as smooth as the exteriors looked.
It was hard to stop eating piece after piece, and the tray got more interesting as we removed pieces. The brown surface had some crude illustrations on it, depicting a cat, a butterfly, a girl jumping rope, some sort of bird, a cocoa bean, the sun, plus various English words, including "happy" and "together," plus the Spanish word "gracias" and a whole bunch of words in Japanese. Great chocolate bar, and impressive packaging!
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Smell test: Good milk chocolate smell.
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