Sunday, 5 May 2013

REVIEW! Nestle Butterfinger

Nestle Butterfinger

This Nestle Butterfinger was part of the parcel of goodies sent to me by American goods specialists Yankee Pop for review. The Butterfinger is a bar that I have always wanted to try but for some reason I just hadn't got round to it until now, it's available from Yankee Pop for a very reasonable 99p.

The bar is described as crispety, crunchety, peanut-buttery and contains 270 calories. It's a big bar at 60g and when I snapped it in half it looked quite a lot like a Hershey's 5th Avenue which I reviewed a while back but probably more orange in colour.

Nestle Butterfinger

The texture of the bar is weird, just like the 5th Avenue and I can see why they made up words to describe it because it is difficult to explain it. It's like a peanut brittle sort of idea but with a peanut butter filling. If I was to compare it further to a 5th Avenue then I would say that there is more of the crunchy stuff and less peanut butter. The peanut butter is pretty sweet rather than the really salty stuff but that suits my tastebuds and I really enjoyed the contrasting textures of this bar.


Verdict
I loved the 5th Avenue when I tried it despite the crap Hershey's chocolate so the Butterfinger was right up my street and I have to say it's probably one of my favourite American bars! I just love the crazy texture, the sweet peanut butter and the chocolate coating didn't spoil it one bit!


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