I first saw the Snickers Cruncher on ChocItOut’s video channel on Youtube. Marcus who runs ChocItOut is essentially a bit of a God at finding obscure and fantastic foreign bars of chocolate…and occasionally even sets challenges; how many of the unusual and rare bars that he has found can you match? Well watching one of those videos was the first time that I even realised the Snickers Cruncher existed…and I finally found it recently.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
I never know quite what to think about Reese’s peanut butter stuff. Sometimes it is really enjoyable, but it can be unpleasantly greasy and overly sweet too. There isn’t much consistency from Hershey across the Reese’s product range, meaning that every bar A)has the potential to be great and B) has the potential to be god awful. Which is exciting in a way! Today, I’ve got the white chocolate version of their famous peanut butter cups.
The Cadbury Starbar has a bit of a reputation amongst many of the food bloggers that I read. I’ve seen a few negative reviews, but by and large it would be fair to say that the Starbar has a bit of buzz around it. Which is slightly odd because it isn’t a bar which is especially popular amongst my friends and family. In fact most people I asked didn’t know what it was. But bloggers are often bang on the money with their tips (me included…I hope!) so I thought I’d give the Starbar a crack.
We’re finally here. I promised you Frey Week and WHAT a week it has been. The laughs we’ve shared; the tears, the rage, the horror and hysteria, the depression, disgust and love. Well, actually it has just been me eating chocolate. But hopefully you’ve enjoyed some of the reviews! The final review this week comes in the form of Frey’s Dark Crunchy Almond bar.
You’re probably starting to know the drill now regarding Frey’s Chocobloc range. It is a series of flavoured bars similar to the Toblerone, and after the Dark, Milk and Orange varieties, I’ve got their white chocolate version to review today on day 4 of Frey Week. I can’t believe tomorrow is the last day of Frey Week by the way…I guess time flies when you’re eating chocolate.
Onto day 3 of Frey Week, and I’ve got a ‘flavour first’ for The Snack Review. I’m approaching 100 reviews, but I somehow have never reviewed a single coffee flavoured product. Well, with my century fast approaching, I thought I’d better pull my finger out and sort that out, so here we are: Frey’s Coffee and Cocoa bar.
Happy Tuesday! It’s day two of ‘Frey Week’: can I hear a “woop woop”? *Silence*. Nope? Ok then. Today I’m having a gander at Frey’s Dark Hazelnut Supreme bar… something which is relatively new even in Europe I think, meaning that this is probably as close as I’m going to get to an ‘exclusive’. I haven’t seen it reviewed anywhere else on the net to date… so TheSnackReview is obviously the place to be.