Taste test: With so many seasonal shapes of Reese's, I didn't know if it was worth trying one more, but this King Size pack was priced at just $1, so I figured, what the heck? The package promised two pumpkin-shaped pieces, which seemed odd, given how wide the pack was; with these proportions, seemed like it would have three or even four pumpkins.
I opened the wrapper to find that there were indeed just two pieces inside, but to call them pumpkin-shaped would be an extreme reach. They were just shaped like wide blobs, with almost no resemblance to pumpkins at all. It looked like they maybe tried to put a pumpkin stem in the bottom center, but it barely jutted out at all — and why the bottom?
As disappointing as the shape was, the good news was that these were still Reese's. The outside felt a bit melty on the fingertips, but each piece was fairly big, with a soft feel, lots of peanut butter and lots of chocolate.
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Smell test: The usual Reese's smell. Nice.
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