The Baby Ruth Chocolate Bar is another one from the Hershey’s stable and has that distinctive peanut butter flavour without being overpowering. The wrapping is typically American – anyone that’s been there will know how the Americans seem to create chocolate packaging that seems to jump out at you from the shelves and just entices you in to buy.
As with the Reese’s Cups, they’re made with peanuts so you can be assured of a slightly salty taste, without being too overpowering. What I did like was the after taste of nougat which you certainly notice at the end, and there’s also a fairly strong taste of the caramel in it. You could say that it tries to be everything but actually ends up being nothing special with all the confusing flavours in it.
I can’t actually managing the rest of it as I’ve consumed just too much chocolate recently and its tipping me over the edge. I probably wouldn’t go out of my way to buy one again.
One thing I did find horrifying was the level of calories in each bar. The information I’ve got here says that there’s 471 calories – that’s more than some of those big triple breakfast sandwiches you get in some supermarkets!
Ingredients: sugar, roasted peanuts, corn syrup, hydrogenated palm kernel and coconut oil. non fat milk, high fructose corn syrup, cocoa and less than 1% glycerin, whey, dextrose, salt, artificial and natural flavours, soy lecithin, soybean oil, carrageenan, tbhq, citric acid and lactic acid esters.
Taste: 40% – It didn’t know what it wanted to be.
Texture: 40% – All over the place.
Price: 40% – Expensive for what it is at £0.99.
Rating: 40% – Not the best chocolate bar you’ll ever taste!
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