Taste test: After being overwhelmed by the addictiveness and deliciousness of the limited-edition Reese's Oreos, we decided to finally buy a package of these, which aren't marked as having limited availability. They sounded like they should be substantially similar to the Reese's ones, as they too combined peanut butter and chocolate.
We opened the box to find regular Oreo cookies with a light brown, PB-like color of filling, with some tiny bits of Oreo dust embedded into the exposed edges of the creme. We crunched in to find that they taste was indeed good, yet it didn't taste much like the Reese's ones. Those tasted like Reese's; in this case, the filling was all peanut butter creme, and that was far and away the dominant taste — it was like tasting peanut butter, except with a different texture. The chocolate was secondary, as the combination of chocolate cookie and PB creme filling did not taste like Reese's. As with the Reese's, these were really quite good. A must-try for peanut butter lovers!
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Smell test: It does smell like a jar of peanut butter, though milder.
From the package: “I'm what happens when wonder comes out of its shell”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .
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