Osem Israeli Matzah Chocolate Covered Mint
Taste test: This box contained a tray holding five half-sheets of chocolate-covered matzah, each the same width but half the height as your standard square sheet of matzah. The chocolate coating was pretty thick.
It looked like it was going to be milk chocolate, but we crunched in to find a soft crunch and to discover that it was dark chocolate (and indeed the box said that this was pareve and thus contained no dairy products). There was also lots of mint. Lots. We shared it around with some snackers, and most people liked it, but some said there was just too much mint.
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Smell test: Very strong chocolate mint smell. Emphasis on mint.
From the package: “Flavored Chocolate. Kosher for Passover & All Year Round”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Israel (116 reviews)
- Chocolate (1806 snacks)
- Mints (163 snacks)
- Passover Snacks (34 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2015
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