Ritter Sport chocolate is a very good tasting chocolate. It is leap years above Hershey and Nestle chocolate, but it does not have a distinctive flavor like Cadbury chocolate, in my opinion. Ritter Sport bars are a very thick and bulky bar with 16 chocolate square sections. I love how thick these bars are and I've never ever purchased one that was broken, something I appreciate in a candy bar.
The biscuit inside this bar is slightly buttery and sweet with the consistency of a graham cracker. The biscuit is nice and crispy, so you get a nice snap from both the chocolate and the biscuit. I' m not sure how Ritter does this since the biscuit is sandwiched between chocolate layers, but it's amazing. I also do not understand how sugar is the first ingredient in these bars from Ritter, but yet the chocolate is always silky smooth and milky. Normally you'd need milk to be the first ingredient, like a U.K. Cadbury Dairy Milk bar, to get that smoothness, but Ritter pulls off something amazing with their bars, given the order of ingredients on the list.
I might buy this bar again, but it's hard to displace the Cornflakes Ritter Sport as my "go to" bar for Ritter Sport bars. With 23 different flavors, I'll eventually get back around to this one, but I have a lot of other ones to try too.
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Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: 3.5oz bar = 6 pieces = 1 serving= 200 calories, 13g fat
Price: $1.49 (clearance price) normally around $2-2.50 purchased at Walgreen's