Via the London Express, news of an all-chocolate dress created by the costume designer of Downton Abbey! In delicious Lindt Chocolate, no less! Click here to read more!
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Samoas are my favorite of all the Girl Scout cookies so I was especially excited to try the Caramel Coconut flavor. The milk, however, gave me pause. On one hand, the milk is infused with a tasty blend of caramel and coconut and it is pleasing to the palate. My concern was over the strange film that the milk left in the mouth, a very thin slimy layer of something artificial, certainly not a sensation typical to imbibing milk. I couldn't get over the texture enough to enjoy the beverage. However, it added a nice flavor kick in morning coffee and the slime-factor disappeared. Thanks, Mark! I can't wait to try the Thin Mints flavor awaiting in the fridge!
Pumpkin Spice and Caramel Apple flavors of yore by clicking the links). This year's seasonal offerings are Caramel Macchiato and Apple Pie candy corns.
The Caramel Macchiato does not please me in the least. Oof. It's candy corn with coffee breath. Enough said.
Score for Caramel Macchiato: 1
Score for Apple Pie: (enthusiastic) 4
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Click here to read 38 past posts on flavored m&m's). Candy corn, mint, cinnamon, strawberried peanut butter- all quite tasty. Cherry- disastrous. The Dark Chocolate Raspberry are nice. Dark chocolate blends well with the raspberry flavor but the raspberry tastes stridently artificial and chemical-based. It resembles raspberry flouride more than a real piece of fruit. Don't get me wrong-artificial can be wonderful in itself, but in this case the flavor doesn't sing. And there are so many overwhelmingly delicious m&m flavors, why opt for mediocre?