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Tjerrild Flicks

Tjerrild Flicks

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Taste test: This multi-layer package started on the outside with a paper/foil wrapper (I had different colors to pick from, but it appeared all were the same milk chocolate flavor), which covered an open-ended cardboard tube, which held a foil bag.

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After dismantling the package, the loose cardboard roll closely resembled the cardboard inside a roll of toilet paper, so I got one and compared. This roll was a bit longer and had a slightly smaller diameter. With all of the elaborate packaging and the words "chocolate flavored wafers" hidden pretty well in black ink on the blue foil, I was expecting some sort of chocolate cookies. But I was surprised to find that the bag didn't contain cookies at all, but things that were sort of like flattened Hershey's Kisses. They had a similar shape, with a round, flat bottom of about the same diameter and a pointy middle, but each one rose to about half of the height of Kisses. They also were not individually wrapped like Kisses. The taste was very good, as they were hard to stop eating, and the lack of individual wrappers made it easier to eat a whole bunch of Flicks in rapid succession. There wasn't any problem at all with pieces sticking together.

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Smell test: Pretty good milk chocolate smell.

From the package: “say chair-old for finest flavor”

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Company: Flicks Candy Co.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at CVS Health. Review published .

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