Monday, September 23, 2019

Today's Review is Full Of... - Kopi Luwak Chocolate "Dark 55%"

There are several reasons that I buy a candy to review. One of the reasons that I'm most ashamed about buying candies for review is gimmicks. I feel even worse about this when that particular candy is expensive. This Kopi Luwak chocolate bar is exactly that. This bar is made from ingredients that have previously been digested by a civet cat. This bar contains another animals poop. I bought it in Indonesia, so the price wasn't insanely high, but it still wasn't cheap either.

I won't give away how this bar tasted, but I will tell you that I bought it for the gimmick, and wasn't expecting greatness.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

It's Another Episode of Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!! - Civet Cat Chocolate

What lurks in this package looks like a simple chocolate bar, but there's a dark secret within, and that secret is poop. Would you eat a chocolate bar that was once a civet cat's poop?

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Things That You Should Buy - Zombie Pops

This is a kind zombie roll flip thing. Normally zombies chase after you trying to eat your brains, but not with these. Instead you pop these in the freezer and try and eat their brains, as well as the entire upper half of their bodies. These would also work very well if you wanted to experiment with meat flavoured ice treats.


Monday, September 16, 2019

It's Time For A New Candy Review - Collon "Cream Flavour"

My spell check keeps wanting me to change the spelling of today's new review. For some reason it doesn't like the word Collon. Fortunately for me, my spell check is feeling charitable and the first option it's giving me is the name "Collin". This makes the chances of me writing something a little obscene far less possible.

It is however a little odd that Glico would produce a candy that's tube shaped and filled with cream, and give it the name so close to a part of the digestive system. Maybe one of you out there might be able to help with the context from a language point of view.

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