Milky Way Caramel Apple!
The first bite offers a nice whiff of real apple and chocolate. It’s a faint flavor. It’s nothing like those caramel apple suckers, which smack of fake apple sweetness. These have a little cinnamon in them, so it’s reminiscent of apple cider. You can actually see the flecks of cinnamon in the caramel—it’s not a lot, which is good! The nougat on its own doesn’t taste like much, mostly leaving a creamy, vanillay taste. I was told that this is where the apple flavor is, but I don’t really detect it in the nougat on its own. It’s some sort of cumulative effect, I suppose. Anyway, I think the apple impression is just enough to make it a different treat, but still hard to hate. I think it’s worth a try!
M&M’s “Candy Corn”
First, let me get this out there: they’re not try to recreate a candy corn flavor, from what I can tell. These are orange and yellow M&Ms with white chocolate centers. I will say that when I opened the bag, there was a whiff of candy corn. I’ve been wanting white chocolate M&Ms since ever, so I was really excited to try these. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. I should think that expecting the white chocolate in these to be like anything I’d eat alone would be like thinking I’d ever eat M&Ms chocolate as a bar. Not so much. It’s over-sweet, to the point that you can actually see the sugar in the chocolate when you cut one in half. I don’t think you should waste your bucks on this. SAD TROMBONE.