Taste test: When I first glanced at this bag, I thought: What makes this a Reese's product? Reese's is known for the peanut butter cup.
There's no chocolate in a honey glazed peanut, so what gives? Is it possible that these are the peanuts used to create the Reese's peanut butter? It's doubtful, but possible I suppose. In all likelihood it's just a branding thing to help Hershey's sell these. That said, these peanuts were actually pretty good. They tasted different from normal honey-roasted peanuts, with more honey and less salt. This gave the peanuts a much sweeter taste than regular HRPs (that's my new acronym for honey-roasted peanuts). The extra honey glaze caused many of the peanuts to stick together. These peanuts won't remind you of eating a Reese's peanut butter cup, but if you are looking for a sweet and crunchy peanut snack, these are a good choice.
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Smell test: Strangely, this actually smelled like a Reese's peanut butter cup. Seriously.
From the package: “Peanuts Roasted with a Sweet 'n' Crunchy Honey Coating”
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This snack was discovered by Keith at Friendly Farms, Framingham, Massachusetts. Review published .