de la Rosa Marzipan
Taste test: This smallish, round candy was just under 2 inches in diameter and about a half of an inch thick. It looked like it was quite solid, but when I peeled open the clear wrapper, it easily (and unintentionally) split down the middle, and it turned out that the feel was crumbly and soft, almost like a fine chalk, except with some moisture to hold it together. Thankfully, it didn't taste like chalk at all, and was actually quite good.
There was a much different texture than almost every other candy we've tried. The one candy that it came closest to was the much differently shaped King Choc-Nut, and the flavor was a bit like that too, except that this kind had no chocolate. There was a nice sweet peanut taste. It was not way overly sweet, but maybe slightly too sweet, so having this with a cold glass of milk helped to even things out. Very good.
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Smell test: Nice. Smells kind of like peanut brittle.
From the package: “Dulce de cacahuate estilo mazapán/Peanut candy marzipan style”
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This snack was discovered by Oscar Enrique Corripio in Mexico. Review published .
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