Taste test: When I first opened this bag, the chocolate-covered candies looked kind of like Whoppers, but upon closer examination, I found that the generally spherical pieces came in a range of sizes, and some of the smaller ones weren't even close to spherical.
It was billed on the bag as a mystery flavor in each pieces, but as it turned out, the different sizes corresponded to different flavors. The first two big ones that I grabbed seemed to be Maltesers, with good light crunch and malted taste. The next one looked the same but wasn't, as it was soft inside and tasted like orange. So I grabbed another big one, figuring it would be orange too, but of course it wasn't, as it had a harder feel but not a real crunch, with a distinct coffee taste. After one more coffee one, I grabbed a slightly smaller one, which had a chewy toffee interior, and it turned out to be very good! The smaller, non-spherical ones turned out to contain raisins, though the didn't taste the same as Raisinettes. The final kind looked much different than the others, as the disc-shaped pieces looked a lot like Hershey's Drops, and indeed they did contain solid milk chocolate like the Drops, though not Hershey's chocolate. The different shapes and sizes made these less mysterious than I expected, so if I eat another bag, there won't be much mystery. But I still liked the mix of different flavors in one bag.
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Smell test: Definite more than just chocolate. The most distinctive other thing that I could smell some was orange.
From the package: “Milk chocolates with assorted centres” ... “which one will you get? coffee? raisin? chocolate? orange? toffee? maltesers®?” ... “Milk chocolate contains vegetable fats in addition to cocoa butter.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Kiki's Kwik-Mart, Brighton, Massachusetts. Review published .