Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Jelly Beans

Jelly Belly Bean Boozled

We found this box of Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Jelly Beans in the very back of our candy stash. I was clearing out my stash to make room for all of the new stuff I need to review from the 2011 Candy and Snack EXPO. Initially I was really excited, liked I'd found a treasure buried deep in the depths of my candy cupboard. The initial excitement did wear off when I realized what I'd found. I completely forgot they had flavors like ear wax, booger, and vomit along with great flavors like peach, plum, and my all time favorite, juicy pear.



If this candy sounds familiar to you, then my guess is that you recognize it from the Harry Potter movies and the Jelly Belly Bertie Bott's product they make. You can watch a fantastic review of this candy from the Candy Gurus. Jelly Belly still sells this Bean Boozled product and it is probably a big hit for them. I'm guessing the Bertie Bott's candy is also a big hit, but it is the exact same thing with fancier packaging and a higher price tag. My seven year old burst into hysterical laughter and had an uncontrollable need to try and eat as many disgusting flavors as possible. I'm guessing he is the target market for this candy. I'm not saying that because I'm a genius marketing guru, I'm saying that based on his overly excited reaction to a candy that tastes like vomit. No really, there's a vomit flavor in there, so I can say that.

Jelly Belly Bean Boozled

In the photo above you can see the crazy flavors that come in this box. They are all mixed up with the normal Jelly Belly flavors so it's a mystery game as to which flavor you'll actually get. The marketing on this candy is fantastic. I love the "Dare to Compare" and big yellow "CAUTION!" they put on this packaging. Those are like crack to any boy under the age of sixteen. Our family sat down and tried these out and turned this into a pretty fun activity. We had some favorites like toothpaste, black pepper, cafe latte, juicy pear and plum. We had some horrible experiences with vomit, skunk spray and ear wax. They were HORRIBLE, but were spot on for the taste. The baby wipe one confused the heck out of me because it smelled and tasted like the wipes we use on our one year old. Okay, I've never tasted those wipes, but if I had, I'm sure the taste was identical. The rotten egg flavor was probably the worst of all and never in a million years did I think I'd look forward to the buttered popcorn flavor, which looks identical to the rotten egg flavor.  Buttered popcorn (which I do NOT like) would have been a relief compared to rotten egg.



Try these out, it was fun to sit down and laugh as a family trying out these flavors and watching each other's facial expressions. I can still hear my seven year old get really excited while reading the back of the box and saying "I can't wait to taste booger!". Jelly Belly, you marketing geniuses!


Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It (the activity, not necessarily the taste)
Calorie Counter: 1 box (really, who'd eat an entire box of this?) = 1 serving = 160 calories, 0g fat, 31g sugars
Price: $2.55 purchased at local grocery store
Jelly Belly Bean Boozled Web Site


Strawberry Fields tic tac

Strawberry Fields tic tac

We picked this candy up at the Sweets and Snacks Expo 2011. I had two packages of them so I tried a few on my way home from Chicago. It was a five hour drive and I do have a love of tic tacs. Besides, I didn't want to eat much else after two days of "sweets and snacks", so a 2 calorie mint was exactly what I wanted. At the time I thought this candy was amazing and absolutely loved it, but as I tried a few today my initial thoughts were swayed a bit.



First, here's my story about tic tacs. I remember when I was little an older gentlemen who attended our church. He always sat in the back to open and close the middle doors. I believe he was the "Head Usher", but I remember him as Mr. P. After church was over, he would always wink at you and say he was "watching you behave in church" and would then take a container of tic tacs out of his pocket and let you have one.  These tiny little mints were like manna from Heaven.  I don't know why that was such a big deal but he was always such a nice person and ALWAYS had tic tacs with him. My favorite was the orange flavored.  I remember sometimes he'd take out a white mint box and then he would smile at me as from another secret pocket he would produce an orange box just for me.  Maybe he was that nice to everyone, but at the time, I thought he was the nicest person I'd ever met. As time went on and I got older I couldn't help myself to the candy after church but my brother and sister could. They had the same smile and reaction as I did and we sometimes talk about Mr. P. and just how nice that one act really was.



Fast forward to today and I still love tic tacs, maybe because of Mr. P. Orange is still my favorite, but I love to try their new flavors. I really like this flavor, but I started out loving it. I'm not sure why I changed my mind but initially I thought these were fantastic, then I decided they were good but wouldn't unseat my favorite orange tic tac from being the king of tic tac flavor hill. These have a very nice strawberry flavor that takes just a second to hit your tongue. I think there are two different flavors in each container and I keep pairing them up. The brighter pink colored tic tac has more flavor than the lighter color one. It is more pronounced and the lighter pink seemed more soothing to me.  It's sort of like a strawberries and cream type flavor. There is also a hint of mint in these but they are not as refreshing as a mint tic tac would be. I like the newer larger size, which is still only 2 calories and I love the "new" in the corner (it always gets my attention when buying candy) and the strawberries graphic floating on the side of the box is a nice touch. These should hit stores soon and if you are a tic tac fan like me, you'll want to try this flavor out. It is very summery and light and a fun change of pace for a tic tac fan.

Strawberry Fields tic tac


Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 1 piece = 1 serving = 2 calories, 0g fat, 0g sugars
Price: Free sample from Ferrero U.S.A.
tic tac U.S.A. web site


3 Musketeers (new richer chocolate taste!)

3 Musketeers

I realize this isn't a "new" candy. The 3 Musketeers bar has been around since 1932. There used be three small bars in each package, a strawberry, a vanilla and a chocolate, hence the "three" in the name. Chocolate was the most popular and was the only one that survived the rising costs and wartime rationing on sugar during WWII. Along the way, Mars has introduced us to mint, french vanilla, mocha cappuccino, strawberry, cherry, raspberry, and orange versions. However, the chocolate version has always remained and is the one most of us are familiar with. Mars decided to change the formula to make the chocolate richer and re-introduce this new bar at Sweets and Snacks Expo 2011. These should start hitting store shelves in the next few weeks.



I have to admit that I haven't had a 3 Musketeers bar in years. I've never been a huge fan, although I really did like the mint version. It seems like such a plain candy bar to me. Chocolate on top of whipped chocolate, so boring. As I've said before though, if you put a limited edition or new graphic on something, I'm going to buy it....so I couldn't resist asking for a sample of this newly redone bar from Mars.

3 Musketeers

I did stop by the store on my way home from work the other night and I picked up a regular (or "old formula") 3 Musketeers bar to compare. The new formula is definitely an improvement and the chocolate and chocolate taste were much better and did have a richer feel and taste to them. The whipped nougat middle sees the most improvement and instead of a sugary burn your throat middle, I found it to be more soothing and chocolatey. I don't think the change is drastic, but I wonder if it will make the die-hard 3 Musketeers fans angry with Mars.  Some people hate change, even when it is for the better.  Personally, as someone that never buys one of these bars, I can now see myself picking one up on occasion to get my chocolate kick for the day. The claim that this bar has so much less fat than competitors' bar means nothing to me. I buy candy as an indulgence, so that does not matter to me. In the end this has the same number of calories as anything else, but I'm sure that lower fat appeals to some people. I think the new taste will appeal to most everyone.  So, if you have skipped over 3 Musketeers for a long while, consider picking one up when the new formula hits the shelf at your local store.  It's certainly worth a try!


Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 2.13oz bar = 1 serving = 260 calories, 8g fat, 40g sugars
Price: free sample provided by Mars
Mars 3 Musketeers web site


Redhead Chewy Lemonhead & Friends by Ferrara Pan

Redhead Chewy Lemonhead & Friends

Ferrara Pan is adding another flavor to their fantastic Chewy Lemonhead & Friends line of candy. They started off with the Tropical Chewy Lemonhead & Friends, then they introduced the new Berry Chewy Lemonhead & Friends at Sweets and Snacks Expo 2010.  At Sweets and Snacks 2011, they introduced the Redhead Chewy Lemonhead & Friends. Personally, I think this is the best name they've come up with yet.  When I read this new name, I laughed and laughed, it reminded me of the old phrase "the red-headed step-child".



The addition of different flavors by color is not new among candy companies. Just Born created Mike and Ike Red Rageous! and Starburst created Fave Reds in a special packaging last year. The flavors in all of these packages are almost always the same: watermelon, cherry, red raspberry and strawberry. Sometimes you'll see a fruit punch thrown into the mix, but that's not a real red fruit.

Redhead Chewy Lemonhead & Friends

This box includes watermelon, cherry, strawberry and red raspberry. I tried the watermelon first and the flavor seriously woke up my taste buds. It was VERY watermelony. I was really surprised by the taste. It was really good, but I was not expecting it to be that powerful. The strawberry was just okay.....not my favorite, but it wasn't bad. The cherry was our family favorite. It tasted like a miniature version of a cherry sourball. The taste was fantastic. The red raspberry was good and added a nice extra flavor you do not normally find in a red fruit candy mix.



The chewy texture and panned exterior were great, as always in a Ferrara Pan candy. I haven't met a Chewy Lemonheads & Friends product I did not like. I like the chewy version better than the solid version, but that is a matter of personal preference. I enjoy this candy because it is not sticky and is a great size for kids and adults. I love the little $.25 boxes you can find at many stores. I think they are just the perfect size for a hit of sugar when you need one. This was an excellent new product, but I'm not sure when these will hit retail. I assume this summer, since that is normally when this type of candy makes it to market.


Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: no information given on sampler size
Price: free sample provided by Ferrara Pan


Fruit-Tella Strawberry

Fruit-tella Strawberry

When I think of the candy company Perfetti van Melle, I think of Mentos. Besides Air Heads, which Perfetti also makes, there is no other candy I associate with them more. However, they also make another great candy that we do not see very often in the U.S. That candy is Fruit-Tella. When a good friend of ours traveled to the Netherlands recently, I asked if she would bring us back some candy. She brought back a big four pack of Fruit-Tella Strawberry (among many other items) and we enjoyed every single piece in the giant package.



For Americans, the description of this candy is pretty simple. If you look at the photo below (from the Dutch import shop I visited recently) summed it up very well.  It says, "This is the "Dutch Starburst". That is as simplistic of a description you'll ever find of a foreign candy, but it does help describe what this candy is like. There are a few differences between Fruit-Tella and Starburst though. First of all, Fruit-Tella is smaller in size than Starburst. I'd say the pieces are about 60-70% of the size of Starbursts. I also think that Fruit-Tella is more flavorful and lasts longer than Starbursts. The only downside to Fruit-Tella is that I think it is more waxy than Starbursts. I often get to the end of one and have to spit out the waxy leftover part of the candy, I do not have to do that with Starbursts.

Fruit-tella the Dutch Starburst!

The strawberry flavor in this candy was very good. I'm not a big fan of strawberry candy in general because the flavor usually seems fake and it's a very tough flavor to replicate. I did like this version of a strawberry candy though. I thought it was one of the closest flavors to real strawberry that I've had. It had a nice tart strawberry flavor that reminded me of summers picking strawberries in a large field by where I grew up. We used to go to a "you pick, you-pay" field where the farmer allowed you to eat as much as you wanted while you picked. That is probably why strawberry candy doesn't appeal to me. I've eaten so many strawberries in my life, the experience and taste is very familiar to me.

 

Having friends bring back souvenir candy is one of the best parts about writing a candy blog.  This particular friend is also headed to Sweden this year and another friend just came back from Denmark.  There aren't enough days to review all the candies they brought back, but we sure are enjoying learning about and tasting candy from around the world.


Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: Not listed
Price: These were listed at $1.25 at our Dutch Import shop, I'm not sure what they cost in the Netherlands, I did not ask our friend to keep track of prices.
Fruit-Tella Web Site

Fruit-tella Strawberry


Trader Joe's Bunny Gummy Tummies & Friends

 

 

Trader Joe's Bunny Gummy Tummies & Friends

I was hoping the title of this candy might be even longer. Then, every time I type it, my review gets longer, Trader Joe's Bunny Gummy Tummies & Friends. See, that's writing magic right there. This is one of the candies I missed reviewing for Easter so I thought I'd review it anyway because I've been waiting to eat it.



I've only reviewed one other Trader Joe's candy and that was because one of our readers requested it. That review of the Trader Joe's Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups left me thinking that Trader Joe's made some excellent candy to go with their excellent selection of tasty food. I liked the packaging on this candy, it's funny, it's very Easter-ish. This candy is made in France, so I assume the product it outsourced by Trader Joe's, but I don't really know for sure. The packaging lists four flavors, lemon, strawberry, orange and blackberry. It says these are all natural and have a "fluid fruity center that pleasantly melts in your mouth". I was really interested in the flavors, I really like gummy candy, but fluid insides? That's not really something I enjoy in my gummy candy.

Trader Joe's Bunny Gummy Tummies & Friends

You can see in the photo above that this candy has a different shape to match the different flavors. The shapes might be hard to see but there is an orange egg, lemon bird, white/purple sheep blob, and the very cute pink bunny. The colors made it very easy to tell which flavor you were getting but our package had WAY more of the cute pink bunny strawberry flavor than I would have liked. The gummy was nice and soft with just the right amount of chew. It had a nice blend of being soft and chewy with just the right resistance that a gummy candy should have. The gummy did not stick to my teeth, big thumbs up there. The flavors were fantastic. Very natural, very light, I liked every flavor but thought the lemon was about perfect.

Trader Joe's Bunny Gummy Tummies & Friends

The "fluid fruity center" was better than I thought it would be. I was thinking of something like Fruit Gushers, those horrible fruit snacks with a giant glob of sugar fluid inside them. This candy was not like that at all. It was a very small, sugary liquid that did add to the candy. They didn't overdo the amount or make it sour or super fake flavored. It was nice and sugary with a flavor we found enjoyable.


So far I'm two for two on liking what Trader Joe's has to offer for candy. I might pick a few more items up the next time I'm there.


Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: 7 pieces = 1 serving = 140 calories, 0g fat, 28g sugars
Price: I forgot to write down the price but these were purchased at Trader Joe's and in the $2 range


Limited Edition - Twix Coconut

Limited Editon - Twix Coconut

This is the first time I've received some serious swag from a candy company. I received a package in the mail that contained a Twix Coconut Bag, USB flash drive shaped like a Twix package and a small plastic coconut-shaped cup that had this Limited Edition Twix Coconut bar inside (similar to the one Rodzilla Reviews received).  I think Mars must have read my Coconut M&M's post and decided it was time to pull out all the stops! In my review of Mars' Coconut M&M's I described how horrible I thought they tasted and gave them my lowest rating, a 1 out 5, "Hated It". I rarely give out that rating, but I did not like the Coconut M&M's. With that in mind, I can't say I was eager to review this version of the Twix bar.



This is one of those lessons in why you should try everything. I've always liked Twix bars, mostly for the taste, but also for the ability to share a package.  It's always difficult trying to split a regular candy bar. It's messy, you often break the bar into unequal halves etc... A Twix is great for sharing because it's already divided for you. It's also relatively mess/crumb free so it's great to eat in the car. Having said all of that, I still was not looking forward to this review.



How bad was it? Well, it wasn't bad at all. It's strange, but all the things I hated about the Coconut M&M's, I liked in the Twix Coconut. The coconut smell was light and buttery. The taste seemed less fake to me, although still fake. The taste lingered for less time than the M&M's, which was an improvement.  But like all the other reviews I've read, I want to know, where is the real coconut? I like Almond Joys and Mounds bars. I miss the real coconut in this Twix. I wish they would have made another layer that was somewhat cool on the tongue, light and whipped with coconut in it. Something like that would be perfect sandwiched between caramel and cookie topped in chocolate, rather than just coconut flavored caramel. I'm not sure I'd pick this version over the normal, peanut butter, caramel or java Twix, but I did like it much better than I thought I would. It flavor seemed to fit in well with the rest of the bar. I'm not sure if it was because of the cookie crunch, the different texture, or the addition of the cookie or caramel, but this is one new coconut version I liked from Mars. I think it reminded me of those Samoa Girl Scout cookies and I LOVE those. From watching the stock on store shelves, this bar is now available and seems to be popular. I watched the display in our student union over the last few weeks and it has disappeared pretty quickly.  Since it is a limited edition, you should try it soon, or it may be too late.

Limited Editon - Twix Coconut

Other reviews of this candy you should read: Candyblog, Rodzilla Reviews, Cocoa Heaven, ZOMG Candy!, Candy Gurus


Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 1 package = 1 serving = 250 calories, 13g fat, 25g sugars
Price: FREE sample provided by MARS
Twix Web Site


Mighty Malts - Speckled Malted Milk Eggs

Might Malts Speckled Malted Milk Eggs

I glanced at this candy several times before I finally decided to pick it up. My curiosity finally got the best of me as I wanted to know which candy company made this candy. I'd never seen or heard of it before. I was a bit surprised to discover that the New England Confectionary Company (NECCO) makes this candy. I never would have guessed that. I couldn't see how this was similar to any other candy they made. I think everyone is familiar with their Sweethearts conversation hearts. Most people are familiar with their NECCO wafers I'm guessing, but their malted milk balls?



The packaging is a little sparse and they've used 5 different fonts on fewer than 10 words, but the little window where you can see the candy is pure genius. If this package didn't have that, I would never have purchased it. My opinion on speckled, shiny or sparkly candy is that all humans are drawn to it.  In the end, the speckles really won me over on this candy. I really liked how they looked, such great colors for Easter including blue, yellow, pink and white. All of the colors taste the same, so it's merely cosmetic...but it's beautiful.

Might Malts Speckled Malted Milk Eggs

I wasn't impressed with this candy at first. However, I had just purchased a small bag of Jelly Belly brand malted milk balls, which are fantastic (and also $10/pound), so the comparison wasn't really fair.  Jelly Belly has a great formula with a hard candy shell, then a layer of chocolate followed by the malted milk center. I'm in love with that combination. This candy on the other hand is some kind of vanilla-ish tasting almond bark, that is extremely sweet covering a malted milk center. I was not impressed. However, I did figure out that I was eating these wrong. I kept them around the house for a few days, which is odd, as I usually toss out candy right after we've reviewed it.  Since it was sitting there, I decided to give this candy another try. Instead of trying to melt it and enjoy the malted milk center slowly, which is what I had done with the Jelly Belly version, I took one of these and chomped it down like a Whoppers malted milk ball.  This led me to the conclusion that these were okay tasting, which was a huge upgrade from "hated them", but they are still not even comparable to the Jelly Belly ones (I reviewed them as part of the Jelly Belly Easter Mix here) and nowhere close to the amazing taste of the Madelaine Chocolate Company Malt Eggs. This candy was much cheaper than my other two favorites, so it's perfect for kids and Easter baskets. since it isn't chocolate so it's not going to melt on hands and clothing, if the Easter weather is warm enough to melt chocolate. As a parent, that's something I can appreciate, but I'd probably just give this candy to the kids and I'd save the good stuff for myself.

Might Malts Speckled Malted Milk Eggs


Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 6 pieces = 1 serving = 190 calories, 0g fat, 26g sugars
Price: $2.68 purchased at Wal Mart
NECCO Web Site


Joyva Sesame Crunch

Joyva Sesame Crunch

Since we seem to be drowning in jelly beans this week, I thought it might be nice to consider a candy from Passover also.  When I set out to buy Passover candy, this wasn't what I had in mind. I asked a Jewish friend if there was a "jelly bean equivalent" for Passover, which made her laugh.  She said there wasn't.  I was hoping to find something similar to the candy on this web page, Payard's Peanut Butter & Jelly Matzoh Sandwich.  I thought maybe a visit to the nearest kosher deli might yield some fun results and hopefully a Peanut Butter and Jelly Matzoh Sandwich dipped in dark chocolate.....YES, PLEASE!!!



I had an excellent conversation with the owner and he explained that Passover isn't a big candy holiday. Macarons are very popular, but since they aren't a candy, I can't review them here.  He suggested we try these sesame crunch candies. He said this is a very popular selling candy, but it's not specific to Passover. The ingredients are sesame seeds, sugar, corn syrup and honey. You can see by the golden color below that this is a boiled sugar/corn syrup/honey candy. The easiest thing to compare this to would be peanut brittle.



The bar is hard like peanut brittle, it has a very nice solid crunch to it and the taste is very sweet and also very nutty...again, like peanut brittle.  But where peanut brittle is a field of hardened sugar with sparse nuts sprinkled in, the ratio here is very different, this is all sesame seeds, all the time. The sesame seeds get stuck in your back teeth, but I liked the combination. The "unsweetness" of the sesame seeds mixed very well with the "supersweetness" of the sugar mixture.  Joyva also makes an individually wrapped bite-sized version of this candy.  I think I would have preferred it, as biting off a piece of this with my side molars was serious work.

Joyva Sesame Crunch

My quest for Passover candy was fun.  It's one of the things I love about writing this blog...I get an idea and I get to follow it wherever it leads.  I also got to try a good candy I probably would not have tried otherwise.  It was great to meet a nice shop owner who was willing to talk to me about Passover.  I also got to ponder the idea of a MAJOR holiday without a candy tie-in.  In the US, all of the Christian holidays (plus most national holidays, minus the 4th of July) have MAJOR candy tie-ins...I wonder what it would be like to have a holiday that wasn't so commercialized...that's a a nice thing to ponder this week, while I drown in jelly beans.


Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 1 bar = 1 serving = 190 calories, 1g fat, 15g sugars
Price: $1.00 purchased at a local Jewish deli/grocery store
Joyva Web Site


Green & Black's Dark 70% and 85%

Green & Black's Dark 70% and 85%

I'm still working through my hidden stash of chocolate and found these two bars hidden in the bottom of the pile. I cannot believe I've gone this long without eating them. After reviewing the Green & Black's Peanut (that I loved), I went on a Green & Black's tasting splurge and I must have forgotten these two bars somehow. Green & Black's makes so many great flavors of chocolate bars.  They have Mint, Almond, Cherry, Ginger etc... I'm sure I'll taste all of them at some point.



Both bars are certified organic and they both use Trinitario cocoa beans. Trinitario cocoa beans are known for their complex behaviors and these are rarer and more expensive than the Forasteros beans, which make up most of the world's chocolate (since they are heartier and less disease prone). The Trinitario beans only account for 5% of world cocoa production. The Forasteros bean, on the other hand, accounts for 80% of the world's cocoa production.  Trinitario cocoa beans are mostly used in dark chocolate and I'm guessing that is because of their more complex flavor and higher price.



Both bars also use the same great Green & Black's packaging with a rich brown colored wrapper with black worked into it and beautiful and elegant gold lettering. I love how each bar is wrapped in gold foil which makes this bar seem so rich and elegant. It is definitely more upscale than a plainly wrapped Hershey bar for instance. I also love the mold they use for Green & Black's products with the leaves and the G&B logo (see photo below), this is a well put together product.



My overwhelming favorite of the two bars is the 70% dark chocolate bar. It has a wonderful fruity flavor. I thought it had a great citrus flavor and my first thought was lemon and grapefruit. This bar is the perfect dark chocolate combination for me. Not bitter and not sweet. I thought the flavor was almost perfect. It has a super nice melt that was clean and smooth and VERY enjoyable. If I were in the mood for dark chocolate and wanted something easy to find in my local stores, this is the bar I'd likely pick.



The 85% dark chocolate bar was also good, but I thought the flavors were very muted, when compared to the flavors of the 70% bar. On top of that I though the taste was bitter and raw, but I'm not a huge dark chocolate fan to begin with. There was a very nice vanilla taste in this bar and I could also taste some the same citrus flavor but like I said, it was heavily muted. This bar was rich with a smooth melt. I think this bar has 59% cocoa butter so it's no wonder it melted nice and smoothly. I think high cocoa butter content is normal for an 85% dark chocolate bar. I don't think I'd buy this bar again but I'm glad I tried it.

Green & Black's Dark 70% and 85%

In the picture above you can see the 70% bar on top of the 85% bar. The difference in color is amazing when we are only talking about a 15% difference between the two of them. I really like Green & Black's products and presentation and I'm looking forward to trying more of their products. The Green & Black's Peanut has become a favorite of ours and that one bar has convinced me to try more of their products.  It's so nice to be able to buy an "upscale bar" without needing to order from the internet or go to the specialty store.  It's super that Green and Black's is so luxurious, but is only two aisles over from the toilet paper and paper towels at our Wal-Mart.


Green & Black's 70% Dark Chocolate
Taste: 4/5 Really Liked It
Calorie Counter: 12 pieces = 1 serving = 240 calories, 17g fat, 12g sugars
Price: $3.25 purchased at Wal-Mart
Green & Black's Dark 70% Web Site

Green & Black's 85% Dark Chocolate
Taste: 3/5 Liked It
Calorie Counter: 12 pieces = 1 serving = 280 calories, 25g fat, 5g sugars
Price: $3.25 purchased at Wal Mart
Green & Black's Dark 85% Web Site