I do hope that OP was implying that 1886 is the same thing but twice as expensive, marketed to clapistanis who don't know what real chocolate tastes like, much less real, high-quality chocolate.
Listen 'ere. We made you, little pricks. If it wasn't for us, then you whippersnappers wouldn't even fucking exist.
If you think you are worth anything in this life, you'd be wrong. You will always be low spec pieces of shits.
Fuck this thread. I hate chocolate.
pic somewhat related.
I tried a Hershey's bar once. It was fucking disgusting, I don't understand how Americans can eat it.
I tried a Hersheys bar once and it tasted like the sour, bilious aftertaste of vomit. I shared it with my family, and they all came out with variations of "vomit" or "bile".
It's fucking foul. How anyone could call it chocolate is beyond me.
Anons, us Americans know that shit isn't really chocolate. It costs less than a dollar for a bar of it here. Hell, I don't know anyone that has had Hershey's since childhood.
american and European generic chocolate are fundamentally different, as I understand it
american chocolate uses more sugar, and european uses more fat. but since hershey works hard to keep european chocolate out of american stores, most americans have probably never had much different
Hey OP! I found a new, never before seen screen shot of The Order for you! It proves that 1886 really is all about Quality over Quantity, and that anyone who disagrees with the idea that a 5.5 hour game with 1.5-2.0 hours of actual gameplay can't be awesome is a shit-eating toad!
I've had the exact Lindt chocolate in OP's pic and it's nothing special. It's just a thin, brittle bar of vaguely chocolate-like flavour.
Hershey's isn't very good either, though. A good quality milk or light dark (<60%) chocolate is best.
What child would eat it though? If someone offered me it, I'd either olitely decline or just pretend to eat it until such a time I could dispose of it.
It reminds me of these sweets you can get here that are just chalky, purple, lavander flavoured sweets. I could never understand who bought the fucking things, never mind eat them.
The first step in self-enlightenment...is to take the first step yourself.
I said import, not buy that crap that's passed off as "Imported (Made in Peoria, IL)" at Whole Foods.
We usually don't and those who do can't help it. The cunt founder of Hershey thought that butyric acid (one of the foul, sour components of vomit) belonged in chocolate and now a lot of us are too accustomed to it.
>Liking dark chocolate above 80% cocoa.
Enjoy your bitter lump of cacao solids
I have legitimately eaten raw vomit before, and Hershey chocolate tastes nothing like it
I fucking love Hershey's. I could eat that shit all day, so it's nice that you get a lot.
Incidentally, the chocolate I grew up eating was from See's Candies and whatever my uncle brought from overseas.
Made in San Leandro, California in the United States using shit American ingredients and in line with shit American food safety regulations.
If you think that the Lindt shit you buy in bags at the grocery store is an example of fine European chocolate, then I have no further words for you.
>$50 for the World's Largest Hershey Bar
What in the actual fuck, how can 5 pounds of chocolate be $50.
I'd say you either like it or you don't. Nothing special about it
I enjoy hersheys because I can gorge myself on three giant ass delicious chocolate bars for like 5 bucks and yeah, fuck yall
If PS4 is chocolate
What are Nintendo and XBone games? Lollipops and corn candy?
Nintendo is a bottle of children's chewable tablets, with a safety cap so you can't be cyberbullied. Xbox is beef jerky for the hardcore dudebros who need something brown and shriveled, because colorful candy isn't mature enough.
PC gaming is the entire candy store, and Gabe newell is an unholy combination of Santa, the easter bunny, and Orville Reddenbacher.
>not candy corn
its a wacky world we live in these days
You could get 36 bars for about $18 and that's almost 3.5 pounds.
And if you
subscribethe price goes down to a little over $15.
>10$ per lb.
Seems about on par with most chocolate these days.
I know a place that sells bulk dark 85% bulk mini dark chocolate bars for 10$ a pound.
The prices only get higher when you get to dedicated candy stores.
Hershey's has exactly one good product.
>liking white chocolate at all
PC is Daddy, and consoles are his entitled brats. Daddy does all the work putting together that yard playset that he is too big to play on. It was design for kids, not for big daddy. At most daddy can just fit on the chain link swing and hope his massive ass don't snap it, or get stuck trying to go down the slide.
Kids don't have to worry about that, big daddy will patch it up.
PCs truly are the master race.
if only Hershey's was as good as British's top chocolate maker, Cadbury's. Yes, Cadbury's, where all their chocolate is manufactured in Poland and the company is owned by Kraft, an American company. British chocolate sure is great :^)
>sour tasting ingredient that gives Hershey's it's "vomit taste" is also in Parmesan cheese
>times Britfags bitched about parm cheese tasting of puke: 0
So so much compensation...
>Americans literally don't even have Cadburys
I read a thread once where an American dude was asking for recommendations on real high quality chocolate and other Americans were recommending things like Lindt. It's sold in supermarkets here in EUROPE.
No you fool, the chocolate cookie pieces help to temper the smooth creaminess of the white chocolate with a bold crunch. The cookie serves as a perfect foil to the cream, and together they form the ultimate candy bar in terms of both taste and texture.
>europlebs jealous that they never went to herseypark so they shitpost about chocolate