Werther's Original Caramel Hard Candies
Taste test: We bought these caramels alongside a soft version from the same brand, and although there's a vast difference between chewable caramels and hard candies, they had two major things in common: A great caramel taste and a super-smooth texture.
The candies were oval-shaped with flat bottoms and a circular depression in the middle of the top. The taste was so good that it was hard to stick to the recommended portion size, and the texture was so smooth that it was uncanny that it could remind me so much of the (also surprising) smoothness of the chewy version. So good!
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Smell test: Not much.
From the package: “The Classic Candy Made with Real Butter and Fresh Cream” ... “Caution: Hard candies may be inadvertently swallowed and cause choking.” ... Serving size 3 pieces (16g)” ... “A long time ago, in the small European village of Werther, candy-maker Gustav Nebel created his first candy. He use the best ingredients — real butter, fresh cream, white and brown sugar, a pinch of salt and a lot of time — to create a treasure worthy of being wrapped in gold.” ... “Made in Germany”
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Categories for this snack:
- Snacks from Germany (60 reviews)
- Caramel Snacks (355 snacks)
- Hard Candy (17 snacks)
- Snacks reviewed in 2021
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