Taste test: These thin snack sticks took the opposite approach to the usual Asian candy-on-a-stick formula, with a dry wheat-based exterior enclosing a chocolate filling. This wasn't the first snack to try that reversal: Pocky has an inside-out version called Pejoy.
For Toppo, the box contained two brown foil bags, each holding a dozen sticks, and each stick was 5 inches long.
We crunched in to find a nice soft crunch and a good chocolate flavor. We expected bittersweet chocolate, based on the word "Bitter" on the box, but it was mostly just rich milk chocolate, maybe a hint bitter.
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Smell test: Nild chocolate smell.
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