Palmer Snack Mix
Taste test: This mix included four different things: Mini peanut butter cups; short pretzel sticks; peanuts; and Cookies & Creme Balls.
Three of the four elements were pretty basic. The peanut butter cups were quite small and very soft, a much different feel from Reese's, and they were pretty good. The pretzel sticks were about an inch long, very lightly salted, and had a soft crunch. The peanuts were pretty bland, with no noticeable seasoning or salt.
The Cookies & Creme Balls were the only new thing to us in this mix, small and pretty close to spherical, with a ridge around the equator, mostly white with some black cookie bits embedded inside. They had a much firmer feel than the peanut butter cups and tasted good, with more creme than cookie.
The mix promised to be sweet and salty, but the "salty" elements were so marginally salty that they just provided blandness rather than balance to the sweet parts. So nothing great overall.
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Smell test: Most noticeable parts were the salty and peanut butter.
From the package: “Sweet Salty Crunchy”
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Company: R.M. Palmer Company
Categories for this snack:
- Chocolate (1812 snacks)
- Pretzels (555 snacks)
- Nuts (513 snacks)
- Peanut Butter Snacks (349 snacks)
- Party Mixes (137 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2020
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