Taste test: This double-thick Reese's peanut butter cup had a generous caramel layer on the bottom of the filling, with a mixture of peanut butter and halved peanuts filling the rest of the inside.
The caramel didn't stretch out and get all liquidy upon biting in, but when I put the Big Cup down after eating half of it, the caramel did very slowly ooze out a bit. The mix of peanut butter and nuts in the filling had both a nice smooth-and-crunchy texture and a good taste. On some bites, I couldn't taste the caramel specifically, but I could notice its sweetening effect on the Reese's overall taste. On other bites, I really could taste the caramel. You really don't need a layer of caramel to make a Reese's taste good, but this variety of Reese's wasn't made any worse by it either.
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Smell test: Typical Reese's smell, but maybe a little sweeter from the caramel.
From the package: “Natural & artificial flavor” ... “Limited Edition”
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- Peanut Butter Snacks (348 snacks)
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