DeMet's Treasures Milk Chocolate Caramel
Taste test: This package, and in particular the Treasure logotype, looked suspiciously similar to Nestle Treasures, so first I thought it was a knockoff.
That lowered initial expectations, especially since I had never heard of DeMet's, plus I bought it at a dollar store. A little bit of Googling revealed that DeMet's actually purchased the Treasures brand from Nestle. The bag contained eight dome-shaped nuggets in purple foil wrappers (though the Nutrition Facts said 3 pieces is a serving and the bag contains "about 3" servings). Each wrapper had the DeMets logo on it, but oddly, the candies themselves had the Nestle logo. The taste was pretty good, with lots of chocolate and lots of caramel from the liquidy filling, though it was nothing that stood out from the crowd of milk chocolate and caramel candies.
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Smell test: Not that good, considering that it's milk chocolate and caramel.
From the package: “Net Wt. 3.75 oz (106 g)”
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Company: Star Brands North America, Inc.
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