Friday, May 18, 2007

Snickers Dark Now Permanent

Snickers DarkWhile in the 7-11 I saw that they got a new shipment of Snickers Dark ... but these were different. They’re not limited edition.

Nope, no special text on these, they’re totally a regular product now.

So, go about your business. No need to hoard them or buy them on eBay. Just buy them whenever you want them.

(Review here.)

POSTED BY Cybele AT 6:02 am Tracker Pixel for Entry     CandyReviewSnickersMarsCaramelChocolateKosherNougatPeanuts9-YummyUnited States

  1. I tried one of these yesterday.  I prefer dark chocolate to milk chocolate, but interestingly, I decided I like the original milk chocolate Snickers more than this.

    There’s something about the salitness of the peanuts and caramel that’s completely lost on this one.  Which some people may prefer, but I’ve always loved the ratios of sweet/salty on the original.  Also, I’d swear the original has more whole peanuts; this one wasn’t very crunchy.

    Comment by Lesley on 5/18/07 at 8:15 am #
  2. Power to the people!

    Comment by MarkO on 5/21/07 at 4:26 am #
  3. Pourquoi avoir enlevé Fancy Fruits.  Pourquoi changer un bon produit.  Je ne comprends pas.  Demandez donc aux consommateurs avant de faire un tel changement. J`espère que cette saveur va revenir.  Merci

    Comment by Louise Otis on 11/24/14 at 7:27 pm #


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