Taste test: This was sugar-coated popcorn with tiny pieces of the toffee from Heath Bars. In most cases, it was actually several kernels stuck together, making for a good size snack with just a single grab. It was sweet, crunchy and tasty. It left a slight sugary residue on the fingers.
Unfortunately, they didn't use actual broken-up Heath Bars to make it, but rather just toffee bits, without the chocolate coating. (A close inspection of the box revealed that it said "With Real Heath Toffee Bits" as opposed to Heath Bars, as you would expect in Ben & Jerry's Heath Bar Crunch ice cream, which combines both the toffee and the chocolate coating.)
The genius of the Heath Bar is the combination of the toffee and the chocolate, but unfortunately the combination was lost here. Still, it was hard to stop eating these.
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Smell test: Smells like a Heath bar. Mmmmm.
From the package: “Treat your family to real snacking fun with Fiddle Faddle® Candy Coated Popcorn. Each kernel of our perfectly popped popcorn is lightly coated with a smooth candy glaze, then mixed with scrumptious Heath® Toffee Bits. Now you can enjoy Heath® Toffee Bits in a delicious Fiddle Faddle Popcorn snack!”
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Company: Lincoln Snacks Company
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Trivia: The author of this review attended the Heath School for six years.
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .