Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Super Happy Cow Cubes

Name: Super Butter Caramel
Place Purchased: Little Tokyo (Los Angeles)
Price: $1.29
Size: ~2 oz.
Type: Caramel

I’ve never had better caramels than my grandmother’s and for commercially produced ones I’ve usually opted for See’s. However, I loved this package. The fat little cows just made me laugh.

Inside the package is a tray that fits two caramels across, tiny little cubes that resemble chicken bullion more than candy. They’re a bit grainy but definitely have the super-butter element to their credit.

When I went back to the same store, I couldn’t find them there on the shelf. As far as recommendation goes, if they were sitting around, I’d eat them.

Rating: 5 out of 10

POSTED BY Cybele AT 4:08 pm Tracker Pixel for Entry     CandyReviewCaramel5-PleasantJapan

  1. A Caramel bar to try: Caramilk. Must be canadian.
    It has an interesting question behind it: “How do they get the Caramel in the Caramilk bar?” Take a look at the bar and you’ll know why. Also, Cadbury makes the Wunderbar and Wunderbar chocolate eggs around easter. They were my favorites in high school. Worth a try!

    Comment by Janelle V on 3/28/06 at 8:04 am #
  2. Cybele's avatar

    Good tip! I’ve had the Cadbury Caramello bar, I wonder if they’re the same. Now I’m curious!

    Comment by Cybele on 3/28/06 at 2:57 pm #
  3. Could you please put the exact location of where you got the candy so people like me can go and buy the candy and see if we agree with your opinion.

    Comment by emma on 3/21/07 at 4:58 am #
  4. Cybele's avatar

    Emma - sorry about that ... this review is one of the very first I did on Candy Blog and I wasn’t in the habit yet of specifying the store. I found this particular box in Little Tokyo:

    Enbun Market
    124 Japanese Village Plaza
    Los Angeles, CA 90012

    Most other reivews have the name of the store and the location of where that particular store is.

    Comment by Cybele on 3/21/07 at 5:06 am #
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