Of course! Nothing beats a good ole piece of chocolate. I love to get the little miniatures.
I can't say I love it. I like their milk chocolate and milk chocolate with almonds. The Mr. Goodbar is also one I like. My preferred chocolate is a much milkier blend that I find in Sarris chocolates. But, my very favorite is the chocolate that my husband made from Ultra chocolate we bought from a wholesale supplier.
I always used to like eating their Kisses and their plain chocolate bars which broke into the small pieces.
Well, I used to buy it...until I learned recently that they have shipped a good deal of their manufacture out to Mexico, and are being deliberately ambiguous about country of origin on their wrapper information.
As I am a huge advocate for "Buy Made In USA" products to protect jobs for our workers, I no longer purchase Hershey products.
You know, I'm not sure I've ever actually tried Hersey's. They don't really sell them in my country but I may have tried some abroad at some point...
Oh yes, I grew up on Hershey's chocolates. I like the milk chocolate and the bars with the rice krispy thingies in them. (I forget what they're called.) When I was a kid at home, none of us liked the Mr. Goodbars, but they were mom's favorites. When mom bought a variety pack of the miniatures, we reserved the Mr. Goodbars for her. I have never been able to like dark chocolate, though, and I guess it's a good thing because dark chocolate gives me a headache.
No, it's chocolate. Unless it has coconut or walnuts in them. Then I'll eat, but with a face of disgust.
Yes, I love the dark chocolate! When fruit and berries are added to the dark chocolate, that makes the flavor even more delicious!
Yes, absolutely, especially with almonds. I also like Hershey's in ice cream (don't know if they have that in the US but we have it in the PI).
LOVE Hershey's chocolates, especially those kisses and hugs! Grew up with them, and visited Hershey Park in PA when I was a kid. Currently, I love sucking on the dark chocolate kisses most. ~:0)
and....they are definitely my #1 antidote to a Dementor attack! ;0)
Oh Yes, but my taste bud's feelings for Hersey's chocolate goes way past love.
by vespawoolf 5 years ago
Does anyone know how much one Hershey's chocolate miniature weighs? One ounce? Half an ounce?I'm talking about the miniatures that are sold in bags: special dark, mr. goodbar, krackel, etc. Can you also tell me the weight of a Hershey's kiss? I really appreciate your help!
by prettylittlewhims 14 months ago
Describe the best chocolate-y experience you ever had. Chocolate Overload! What's the best chocolate-y food you ever ate? Is it take chocolate cake? is it chocolate bar? What's the brand and where did you buy it?
by Deb Hirt 4 years ago
Do you prefer chocolate or non-chocolate candy, and which candy do you like the best?
by nikki1 7 years ago
What is your favorite chocolate candy bar/'s?
by nikki1 8 years ago
What are your thoughts? Why do you like them? etc..
by TheHoleStory 4 years ago
What's the official name of this chocolate candy in the video game candy crush?
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