Reese's peanut butter cups are a confection made of milk chocolate with a peanut butter filling. This was the idea of Harry Burnett Reese, a dairy farmer and the foreman of Milton Hershey. Reese started his company at his basement but merged it with Hershey's in 1963.
The individual cups are perfect for sharing and perfect for bringing along for kid's or adult's lunches. The convenient packing is also good for having a snack anytime. The cups even are even encased in paper cups for easy handling and disposal.
The candy has had its share of slogans. One of them is "There is no wrong way of eating a Reese's." Another is simply: "Perfect." A creative one is "Stop global warming now...or all Reese's will melt. A funny one is "Twins do not want to be ever apart, so eat both your Reese's."
I usually have these cups as an ending to an afternoon or evening meal or when I am in need of a snack. This is quite affordable at only less than 92 cents per piece. I highly recommend it to chocoholics everyone. It looks likepeanut butter is not just good with jelly.