OFFICIAL SNACK REPORT
Sanctioned By WASAW Snack Committee
Reviewed By: Paddy O' Poppycock
OFFICIAL NAME OF SNACK:
PRICE: under $1
DESCRIPTION OF SNACK:
SNACK LOOKS LIKE:
SSI RATING (SNACK SATISFACTION INDEX - 1-10): 5
In a small little ball of confection, the makers of S'Moresels manage to get every bit of what goes into a S'more, into a S'Moresel. And despite the fact individual S'Moresels are small, you can eat them one at a
time. Each is packed with flavor.
Do we really need little chocolate balls that taste just like processed S'mores? I've detected a strong, lingering aftertaste that reminds me of what freezer burn would taste like if you removed the freezer. All that said and done, the true beauty of a S'More is it's a campfire snack you make yourself that never quite turns out the same two times in a row. That individuality is gone here.
NOTE: Kid Nougat and Sir Snackalot really enjoyed this snack, giving it at least two points higher on the SSI Rating scale. However, Kid Nougat admits to having never eaten a real S'more.
1ST 4 INGREDIENTS:
LAST 4 INGREDIENTS:
Brilliant. I have nothing negative to say in this category. It's the reason I bought the product. But showing an actual S'more on the front may lead to folks ditching this subpar snack minutes after consumption and making their own magical S'more. Which will mean few repeat customers.
DO I RECOMMEND YOU TRY THIS YOURSELF? (YES/NO - EXPLAIN):
Not really. Well, I take that back. If I was in junior high school, I'd love these things. The taste is reminiscent of candy I ate back then. Can't actually name a particular snack, but trust me. You never forget an aftertaste like this. You just grow to detest it.
WHICH SOUTH PARK CHARACTER WOULD LIKE IT BEST?
HOW CAN THIS PRODUCT BE IMPROVED?
Vary the size of the S'moresels. But that would probably be a production nightmare.
IN THREE WORDS OR LESS, SUMMARIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE:
Keep it real.
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