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Hello chocolate sweethearts, I am back with a oh-yeahh, Happy Cows review. Okay, this, I did not make up. It truly is the name of this particular flavor. I picked up this bar a few days ago at a specialty Dutch shop. I was told by one of the employees that Happy Cows is part of Milka’s recently revealed, and yummilisciously enticing collection. Great, there are ten brand new flavours, and of course, I need to test and rate every single one. This is solely for work purposes, he he he! First one to devour and rate “Happy Cows.” Okay, let’s all admit now that the name is genius. It cannot get any perkier. Upon initial impression, Milka’s simple but yet seductive packaging is always spot on, and quite captivating. Who does not love purple and to top it off, with a cow that has bells in front. So attractive. I was truly excited to try this Happy Cow flavor and did just that. Primary effect besides the adorable packaging that I noticed is the prominent diversity between the milk and white chocolate. This bar really does attempt to depict a healthy cow. Next observation for extra rating points is of course the super darling name. Applaud all the way!!! The interactive packaging is luring enough to begin with and now the Happy Cows name, I cannot take it. Upon first bite, the chocolate has a woody and nutty type of an aftertaste. It is quite pleasant. The melt point is a bit on the slower side, but once you have achieved it, the experience is lovely. What else I realized half-way through my devouring is that I kept reaching for just one more bite of the choco. Before I knew, it was all gone. Just like that! Calories in, a whooping 530. Yikes! If the nutty taste was absent, Happy Cows would not have been happy, but instead, a sugar toxicity, death by sugar! The hazelnut paste allows for a balanced sweetness. The ingredient list is acceptable. The chocolate is of a nice size and feels substantial for its price of only $2.50. This I believe is definitely a bargain! Would I repurchase again, hmmmm, most likely yes!
ChocolisciouslyDelightful Rating: 3.3 / 5.0
Alpine Milk Chocolate (85%) and White Chocolate (15%)
Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Skimmed Milk Powder, Cocoa Mass, Whey Powder (from Milk), Milk Fat, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin), Hazelnut Paste, Artificial Vanillin Flavor. Milk Chocolate contains Cocoa Solids 30% Minimum. White Chocolate: 20% min. Cocoa Butter. Contains: Milk, Hazelnuts, Soya. May Contain: Wheat, Other Nuts
Nutrition Information Per 100 G
Energy 530 kcal
Fat 29.0 g
Of which Saturates 18.0 g
Carbohydrate 60.0 g
Of which Sugars 59.0 g
Fibre 1.6 g
Protein 6.0 g
Salt 0.37 g
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