Post top tier candies.
I've had the regular ones too but the coffee ones are really where it's at
>mini peanut butter cups
The Easter eggs/Christmas trees are the best of the Reese's family. I don't know why, but they just taste better than the regular cups. Sort of like how the Spongebob macaroni always tasted better than the regular elbows.
How can one company be so based?
I would argue the opposite. Recently got to try Raffellos, and they're pretty good, IMO their more delicate taste just doesn't match up to the chocolate/hazelnut goodness that Ferrero Rochers have
>Yorkie Raisin and Biscuit bar
>Jelly Belly Jelly Beans
>Starburst, certainly beat the shitty alternatives like Chewitts/Frutella.
>They're not really available in the UK, but I used to get them in France (and maybe in the UK) when I was younger. They were strawberry and cream round sweets/candies that had an alternating red/white pinwheel colouring to them. Haven't had them in years and would love to find some.
Love these things. Shame they aren't sold outside specialty shops in the US, to my knowledge.
I've gone through a 4 pack of these today, only cost me £1
tfw you come from Finland and realize that all the other countries outside of the Nordics have 10% of variety of candies that we have and you will never be able to make others understand that their candies are basic at best.
well then post some exclusive stuff that you recommend. I'm in sweden every now and then. had some kex, which was boring; plopp, which was ok; and polly (original), which was rather good.
Best thing you can do is to a candy shop where you can pick your own candies and try different ones. If you're into chocolate Daim is a classic...but I guess you can find it now usa too..? Center and Dumle are ok too. Not so into chocolate myself.
pic related, classic swedish candy.
Nature's candy best based candy
Call me a weaboo but this shit is great. The only candy I like and can stand are ones from Japan.
American candy are too fucking sweet and sometimes taste like I'm eating a spoonful of raw sugar.
If you are going to treat yourself, do it right.