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Melts In Your Mouth Not In Your Hands

Reviewing: Mars Incorporated M&M Peanut  |  Rating:
By ladychai on
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This is a review that almost did not make it as I accidentally closed my browser.

In 1954, Mars Incorporated introduced M&M Yellow, the chocolate coated peanuts. Thank goodness for 1954. Did you know that those button-like chocolates have a rich history? Too much hype about what colors should represent M&M? Yeah, they are dead serious about the colors. From a black "M" at the center of the chocolate and then it was changed to white. The controversy with the red dye for the milk chocolate and why it was discontinued for a brief time. Then from tan to the public demand blue M&M. Whoa, really too much hype about colors. Oh well, M&M wouldn't be M&M without its six color combination.

Did you also know that there are actually differences in the M&Ms sold in some countries? Not all M&M products in Australia is available in the U.S.A. and there are limited edition M&Ms too, mostly packaged for a specific movie like transformers, indiana jones, pirates of the caribbean, star wars. You can even create your own character here try it: create

I am not really a fan of plain milk chocolate, I prefer my chocolate a little crunchy. It gives the chocolate a little more edge. I remembered one time, my ex bought me a large bag of M&M peanut and I ate the whole bag. Seriously, I just love these chocolates not only because it taste good but also because it is readily available, you can just grab a pack near the supermarket counter and you have your chocolate already.