Like caramel? Really, who doesn’t? It’s just a matter of how you take it: hard, soft, dripping on ice cream, etc. All good options.
I got these from (Of course) my pal Suze, and I was intrigued. I don’t eat a lot of coffee flavored things aside from this thing I like to call “coffee” every morning. But when I do-especially coffee ice cream (NoM!), I always love it. So let’s try these, shall we?
Individually wrapped “shrouded” toffee. Or is it caramel? SPOILER: It’s caramel. Technically, toffee is cooked longer, thus giving it it’s insanely good crunch (mental note: review a Heath bar, STAT). Also, caramel calls for cream whereas toffee is just plain old butter and sugar. Really excellent for you. So why are these called toffees? I just report the news, people. I don’t crawl into the twisted mind of German confectioners (often).
It’s trippy looking, the white coating-right? It’s white chocolate, the most hated of chocolates. Here though, it works. The smoothness really offsets the bite of coffee. This is a soft, easy chewing caramel, with just the right note of coffee. I usually like things in my mouth to be hard to chew*, but I really enjoyed these, and clearly everyone else in my office did as well.
That’s a smushed one for ya, to get a better idea of the consistency. These are yummy, and if you’re a coffee candy fan, you need these. The only place I could find to buy these on the web was World of Sweets. Click the link below, use your google translate plugin, and let the fun begin.
* THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!