Sunday, 20 January 2013

REVIEW! Baron PB&J's

Baron PB&J's

I bought this Baron PB&J's bar in Walgreens back in November when I went to Orlando.  I assumed that this was an American chocolate bar as peanut butter and jelly is a combination that just seems typically American to me.  After a bit of research I found out that the Baron brand is actually part of European Chocolate Milano which is a Polish company.

I have never tried the combination of peanut butter and jelly before, I love peanut butter but I would normally only ever mix it with chocolate.  This PB&J's bar is described as "a layer of smooth creamy peanut butter and grape jelly sandwiched between 2 layers of premium milk chocolate".  There is also a  strawberry version available.

I loved the bright, vibrant packaging and the cute little grape and peanut butter characters on the front, I think this is being marketed at children but I am a big kid so these sorts of things appeal to me too.  The packet contained 8 individually wrapped bars at 60 calories each.  Each bar consists of 4 squares with a small diamond logo on them.

Baron PB&J's

The bar smelt of peanut butter and this is the majority of the filling.  The layer of the grape jelly (or jam) was so thin that I could barely see it.  The peanut butter was creamy but disappointing in taste as it was so mild and I also could hardly taste the grape jam either.  The chocolate was what really let this bar down though, it was definitely not what I would call "premium", it tasted bitter and oily and left a horrible after taste and I think this overpowered the filling,

It is not often that I don't finish chocolate but this really was not to my taste at all which is a shame as peanut butter and jelly in a bar sounded like such a good combo and not something that I have ever come across before.  I would love to know if there are any other decent peanut butter and jelly bars out there?

1 comment:

  1. Hello! We are actually working on a new version of this product. In the mean time can we send you something current to review.


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