Catch Bar: not sure why

What you say about his company, is what you say about society. Catch the mist, catch the myth. Catch the mystery, catch the drift.

Reviewed by Matty

January 5, 2021

I love the Irish. I love Ireland. I love St. Patrick’s Day. I love Guiness.

Turns out the Irish (well, not ALL of them; someone in Ireland of course) make a chocolate bar called Catch, too.

Catch chocolate bar package

The simplicity of the package makes me think of UK chocolate, which I am fond of, and thus was semi-pumped to try the Catch.

Catch chocolate bar

Good looking bar. Made me want to bite into it.

It’s essentially a Crunch Bar on the outside: rice crispies in milk chocolate. On the inside is caramel maybe? It’s not as soft as the caramel in a Milky Way, but it’s likely sugar, heated up a lot… Let’s call it a dense nougat. The chocolate though – eeks. Pedestrian. There’s almost no flavor here. It’s very non-descript.

Not sure why you would go out of your way to find and eat this bar. Maybe you’re nostalgic for when you ate them as a kid? Maybe you like its girth? It’s a pretty big bar, about the size of a Baby Ruth. Maybe you like general sweets and don’t care about flavor?

These aren’t for me. When I consume calories, I want to either get high or be wowed. The Catch bar did neither.

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