M&M's, the adorable, smirky, little guys dressed in their colorful attire of either yellow, red, blue or green. The presentation cannot get any cuter than this. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that they also dance, really, they dance, shake their hips, move their arms, okay, not literally but on advertisements, and that is how they are brought to life. I enjoy those commercials tremendously but unfortunately, the excitement ends right there. The candy itself is good enough for a child that has not yet acquired taste buds for sweets with high-quality ingredients. The artificial coating of the M&M is hard and tastes exactly as described, artificial. It surprisingly leaves a very bitter taste, since this is supposed to be milk chocolate, not dark. Once you have crunched your way through this hardened shell with unnatural ingredients, the chocolate finally peeks through. Oh, boy. Not a pleasant surprise. Is this even chocolate or some concoction put together by a kindergartener? Actually, I take that back. A three year old child could probably create something much more appetizing. I have no doubts. I am sorry to all of you dedicated M&M's fans, I love these dancing, petite, little bon bons, but I really cannot say that my taste buds are doing the rhumba, more like the Halloween dance.
Ingredients: Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Chocolate, Skim Milk, Cocoa Butter, Lactose, Milkfat, Soy Lecithin, Salt, Artificial Flavor), Sugar, Cornstarch, Less than 1% - Corn Syrup, Dextrin, Coloring (Includes Blue 1 Lake, Yellow 6, Red 40, Yellow 5, Blue 1, Red 40 Lake, Blue 2 Lake, Yellow 6 Lake, Blue 2), Gum Acacia
Chocolisciously Delightful Rating: 1.1 / 5.0
Affordable but still Savory
This blog page is dedicated to inexpensive chocolates that are continuously, to this day, enjoyed daily by many chocolate lovers out there. I still happily delve my taste buds into a good old-fashioned, so tasty, and yet simple Mr. Goodbar. To top it off, the cost allows for a much "Sweeter" satisfaction on your fuller wallet!