So I realized a few minutes ago there wasn’t an episode readied for you today. For that, I apologize. So here’s one. If you don’t like it, tough crap – we’re professionals here. We don’t have the time to listen to the whining of you people.
Episode 66: Whipping The Belgian Guy
Well, the title is apt insofar as Hans is concerned, but for Kit both ends of the stick point to bleah.
Episode 65: Brazil Yay! California Bleah…
Talento amendoas e passas – Brazil
While Hans found this one to the the ultimate, Kit wasn’t completely sold on it, but thought it was pretty good.
Kit – 3.5 out of 5.0
Hans 5.0 out of 5.0
Get some here
Ticket Chocolates Grasshopper Pie – California, United States
Kit was a little worried about the inclusion of grasshoppers at the outset, but assured of their lack of inclusion set her at ease. Unfortunately, we found spearmint instead of peppermint here which disappointed.
Kit 0 out of 5.0 stars
Hans 1.5 out of 5.0 stars
This one. This one was rough. So there’s a microphone above us. It’s a Rode microphone. And it’s screwed up. It sucks. What can I do? At least there was the audio from the front camera. But right after the first review you’ll hear some scratchy sounds. That’s the above microphone. So yeah.
A Tangled Honeycomb Of Roses & Dolomite
When fierce beauty and attention to detail collide, worlds crumble in this stunning new offering from The Chocolate Break – a new era in the way you think and feel about everything relating to anything you don’t regard as important or the concept of importance, itself.
Episode 59: Eat More Dolfin Every Day
We’ve found that unless you use the chocolate, it goes bad. Doing episodes once in a while just won’t cut it – nor will not looking at expiration dates on bars when we purchase them. These next two episodes are devoted to the chocolate that must be tried before it dies.
Episode 53: About To Expire!
After repeated emails politely asking to stop sending us these, We’re pissed off. I mean, you send us these damn boxes and we feel obligated to review them. But we don’t want to. They make us unhappy. It is a box of not fun for us. They take a long time to do and makes us fart. Just stop it.
Episode 51 : Tokyo Treat – JUST STOP IT.
Oh boy it’s the 4th of July! I’d rather a 5th of Beethoven though and the mix of these two would probably drown oneself if partaken with a 5th of hard liquor. unsafe and insane.
Episode 50: Ferrero Rochet & Crunchie
Oh stop it. We all get zits from time to time and yeah they range from tiny and no big deal to holy cow is that thing breathing/has it a control drone hovering above that has some kind of invisible control mechanism giving it intelligence. One of the items today seemed like a big zit – although very tasty. So yeah.
Episode 46: Toblerone, Skor, Ripple & Tiny Zits
Toblerone White Chocolate With Honey & Almond Nougat – Switzerland
Triangular prisms and white chocolate with funny stuff going on.
Hans – 1 1/2 stars
Kit – 3 1/2
Get some – http://bit.ly/tobleronebar
Galaxy Ripple – United Kingdom
A long painful bowel movement style bar.
Kit – 1 star
Hans – 0 stars
Get some – http://bit.ly/galaxyripple
Hershey’s Match Mochi – Japan
A tiny little booby or a big zit.
Hans – 3 stars
Kit – 2 stars
Get some here – http://bit.ly/hersheyschocolate
Hershey’s Skor – United States
Skor is a candy bar produced by The Hershey Company. It was first marketed in the United States in 1981 and later launched in Canada in 1983. “Skör” (with umlaut dots over the “o”) is Swedish for “brittle”, and the crown that appears in the product’s logo is identical to that found in the Swedish national emblem of Tre Kronor (“Three Crowns“). However, most read the name as “Skor” since you do not see the umlaut dots. Skor is the Swedish name for shoes. It was originally intended as the competition for the Heath bar produced by the Heath Company and, later, the Leaf Candy Company. Despite Hershey’s acquisition of Leaf, Inc., in 1996 and subsequent production of the Heath bar under the Hershey name, the company continues to market the Skor bar.
Kit – 4 stars
Hans – 3 stars
Get some – http://bit.ly/skorbar
So they did this here in the states but they used plain M&Ms. These are all peanut varieties. I would say that this is fascinating to some degree, but whenever companies do these off the wall flavors, they usually fall short. There’s only one truly clear winner in this mix and it’s pretty obvious. I don’t think there’s any chance 2 out of the 3 would ever pass muster. I could be wrong. I mean, they elected Trump so all bets are off.
Weird Canadian M&Ms Flavors
Well, to put it mildly, we didn’t like this selection. We tried each variety in succession as usual, and maybe that was part of the problem, but I dunno. I mean, we want to like things, but this only had one or two we would recommend for human consumption.
Episode 42: Tokyo Treat – May 2019
Kit – 0 out of 5 stars
Hans – 0 out of 5 stars