Prince of Peace Peanut Butter Ginger Chews
Taste test: We've reviewed a bunch of ginger snacks and tons of peanut butter snacks, but this was the first time that we found both of those tastes in one snack. I was eager to find out how the combination would taste — and really had no idea.
The individually wrapped, bendable pieces had a brownish look, with some white stuff on some of the surfaces and occasional bits of what appeared to be crushed peanut jutting through.
I bit in to find a chewy feel, much like other ginger candies, with the taste of peanuts (but not peanut butter) fairly noticeable initially, then a good helping of ginger coming along with some delay. The combination was sufficiently strange that the ginger didn't really taste gingery while the peanut taste was still in effect. It tasted more like a regular ginger candy in the aftertaste, but even then, it was significantly altered by the presence of the peanut butter. A weird one, because it didn't really satisfy either a peanut or ginger craving in a normal way.
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Smell test: More peanutty than peanut buttery, and the peanuts dominated the ginger.
From the package: “Made in Indonesia”
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Company: Prince of Peace Ent., Inc.
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Phú Cuong Market, Dorchester Ave. Review published .
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