Taste test: From the outside, these peanut butter cups looked the same as the regular Reese's, with the same shape and color.
Upon biting in, I found that they had somehow put a very thin thin layer of marshmallow beneath the peanut butter filling. It wasn't a soft, liquidy marshmallow, but more of a denser, chewy marshmallow.
Though there wasn't a whole lot of marshmallow there, it had a noticeable effect on the overall mouth feel of the peanut butter cup, adding a lot of chewiness. The taste was definitely altered by the presence of the marshmallow, but I don't think it actually gave the Reese's much of a marshmallow taste, so this was a disappointing addition to the Reese's product line.
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Smell test: Smells pretty much like a regular Reese's without marshmallow.
From the package: “Limited Edition” ... “Not a significant source of dietry fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, and iron.” ... “Serving Size 1 package Calories 200 Calories from Fat 90”
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- All Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (81 snacks)
- Chocolate (1806 snacks)
- Limited Editions (419 snacks)
- Peanut Butter Snacks (348 snacks)
- Marshmallow snacks (134 snacks)
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