- Jun 6, 2005
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I agree. Caramilk bars are one of my favourites. I guess the Americans couldn't figure out the "secret" of how to get the caramel inside the chocolate!! LOL. (For our American cousins, Caramilk ran ad campaigns about the "secret" of how they got the caramel inside the chocolate.)I'm suprised about caramilk bars, they are delicious (and also great frozen!). Hawkins cheezies are great as well.
Hi CanuckTravlr,I agree. Caramilk bars are one of my favourites. I guess the Americans couldn't figure out the "secret" of how to get the caramel inside the chocolate!! LOL. (For our American cousins, Caramilk ran ad campaigns about the "secret" of how they got the caramel inside the chocolate.)
And the article below, while duplicating some of the OP list, mentions Caramilk, Maltesers and Glosettes, particularly Glosette Raisins. They also point out that the chocolate used in most Canadian "candy" bars is closer to real milk chocolate than that used in most American bars. Even the Hershey bar sold here has a different formula.
There are many other chocolates I like much better than Heshey or Nestle. Cadbury I'm not that familiar with so I really shouldn't comment on them, but they would probably be among what I classify as mass produced commercial chocolate.Interesting opinion. Perhaps you could enlighten the rest of us by expanding upon your comment?
To me, Hershey and Nestle are very comparable however, of the three, Cadbury is a far supreme chocolate. Of course you will pay for that quality.
I really don't like Nestle chocolate, at least the stuff made here in the USA. I do like the Aero and Coffee Crisp candy bars in Canada that are made by Nestle but the chocolate there must be a different recipe. The USA stuff is inedible to me. I do like Hershey but Cadbury is far superior IMO.
Many years ago when returning from Europe, the security screener at the Amsterdam airport looked in my bag full of Belgian chocolates, and said, "We'll have to confiscate those." But when he saw my jaw drop, quickly added, "I'm only kidding... Enjoy."I find chocolate from Europe, especially Belgium and Switzerland to be wonderful.
You were asking me to explain my opinion about calling Hershey and Nestle junk chocolate. I gave you my opinion, which includes craft chocolates.