Snack Review

A Flock of Milk Chocolate Turkeys

A Flock of Milk Chocolate Turkeys

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Taste test: This box contained four fairly large, hollow, turkey-shaped chocolates. A similar concept has been done many times with rabbits, but as far as I'm aware, this is the first one with turkeys. It looked to be a whole lot of chocolate from even just one of them, as each one stood at over 2 inches tall and was fairly plump — as turkeys tend to be — with good detailing in the shapes.

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As big as each turkey looked, it turned out that the chocolate shell was fairly thin, so it didn't take very long to eat the whole turkey, and really it wasn't an outrageous amount of chocolate to eat in one sitting (the package said it's 160 calories per piece). The taste was good; it wasn't outstanding chocolate, but it was definitely better than your typical cheap holiday-themed chocolates.

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Smell test: Good sweet milk chocolate smell.

From the package: “This cocoa quartet has grown famous for combining driving bass lines of smooth milk chocolate with a fearlessly festive fashion sense. Fans of the genre would be wise to gobble up their self-titled debut album, an exploration of the themes 'dessert,' 'centerpieces' and 'feathered hairstyles.' ” ... “Product of Romania”

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Trader Joe's. Review published .

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