Taste test: This bar took an unusual shape, as it was sort of like four conjoined hemispheres, arranged in a line, with three straps along the top of each one — and from the outside, that was all milk chocolate, with a smooth, shiny look. For the purposes of the nutritional information on the bar, each of those hemispheres was apparently one "piece" (and half a serving), even though all four were initially stuck together.
In attempting to separate a piece, it became clear that the interior was quite soft, which didn't match with my understanding of a honeycomb bar (like a Menz Honeycomb, Yorkie Honeycomb or Crunchie). But when I bit in, I found that while most of the interior was a soft chocolate, slightly darker than the outer coating and with kind of a truffle-like feel, it also contained some crunchy honeycomb bits. Not a lot of them, but enough to notice the occasional crunch. It was a bit strange to figure out this bar, but it was pretty good in the end, delivering a lot of chocolate and a little bit of honeycomb. If you really want honeycomb, get one of those other bars.
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Smell test: Very nice, sort of like milk chocolate and caramel, but I think I could smell the honeycomb.
From the package: “Honeycomb in milk chocolate” ... “Milk chocolate filled with a honeycomb flavoured filling and honeycomb pieces (5%). Milk chocolate contains milk solids 14% minimum in addition to cocoa butter.” ... “Know your servings: 2 pieces = 1 serving”
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This snack was discovered at Lucky Shamrock, Quincy, Massachusetts. Review published .
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