Sunday, September 20, 2015

Snap Infusion Supercandy Caramel Review

Does this qualify as an energy product? It claims to "energize," but if anything caffeine free in the past has taught us it is that packaging will say anything to move from shelves. The albino sachet is even enervated, with no sense of momentum or, dare I say, energy. Its is wordy with nothing to say, and still comes off confusing.

The creators must have been "cuckoo for Coco Puffs," as that is what these chewy candies taste most like. Real chocolate? It is present, but lost in the caramel and coffee nuance, of these dozen or so subfuscous centered confectionary pimples of molten sugar and vitamins. The calm warmth of your mouth soon intenerates the gooey treat as it sticks to your teeth, a dessert pool of surprisingly tasty treats that ends too soon. Take note companies, one ounce is not enough for candy.

There are plenty of vitamins here, with electrolytes and antioxidants, but no caffeine. Thusly the "energize" moniker on the pouch is crap. Any energy you ask? Well, no, not really, but it should hold my sweet tooth over until snack time. Believe me, these do not taste bad, but that does not matter. A pleasant taste does not make up for its enigmatic purpose.

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