Nut

Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Nut.

Newman’s Nutty Caramel Treat

This looks like it’s fairly new – a companion bar to the delicious Newman’s Ginger Treat and Peppermint Treats reviewed earlier and enjoyed many times since. And yes, I bought two so that the taste test is thorough, no …

Nestlé Baby Ruth

This American import was sent to us by HandyCandy. It describes itself as “Bursting with peanuts, rich caramel and chewy nougat” – which sounds a little familiar – and also informs me that it’s the “Official Candy Bar of …

Marich Chocolate Toffee Almonds

I’m not sure how widespread Marich is. Their products did make it to a shop in the microscopic ghost town of Jerome, Arizona, but seeing as they’re based out of California (like nearly every other U.S. chocolate company, it would …

Pure Flavour Fruit and Nut Raw Chocolate

This is the sister bar to the Raw Dark Chocolate I recently reviewed. A comparison to Conscious Chocolate’s bars is not unfounded. In a similar vein, Pure Flavour have obviously found their ideal formula on which to base their range, and …

Little Debbie Nutty Bar

This is the complete antithesis of the Hotel Chocolat collection that Simon reviewed yesterday, but it’s another sample sent to us from the manufacturer – this time, from Tennessee based McKee Foods. I’ve never heard of McKee or the Little Debbie …

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

When I first left California for foreign climes, I knew I’d miss the food I’d grown up with: tortilla chips and refried beans, hamburgers with avocado and monterey jack. What I didn’t expect was the desperate desire for candy. Reese’s …

Lindt Pistache

Purchased at the same time as the Raspberry Bar (and refrigerated for safekeeping), this was one I was definitely looking forward to sampling, as I do rather enjoy the old pistachio nuts. Lindt’s Pistachio Bar is made with milk chocolate like …

Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut

The original Cadbury Fruit & Nut.

Reese’s Nutrageous

Oh how I love my little local convenience shop. It may be small, but it sells absolutely everything I could ever need – and often has little unexpected surprises on the shelves. Take this for instance. We don’t often get Hershey’s …