Harry & David is a "gourmet gift" producer, whose products are generally sold via mail order or online, although they also have a handful of retail stores. They mostly sell gift baskets, fruits, and chocolates. Not exactly things I'm generally in the market for, yet sometime show up on my doorstep.
Their signature item is "Moose Munch" popcorn. According to the site, "Moose Munch® Popcorn is not your average caramel popcorn. We pay attention to every single detail of our secret recipe. Right down to the way the popcorn looks and sticks together. We make over five million pounds a year. "
Now, 5 million pounds of anything is a lot, but particularly of a lightweight item! Moose Munch® comes in a zillion flavors, like simple milk or dark chocolate, exotic banana coconut and apricot mango, and even some sugar free versions. A flavor for everyone.
Of course, they take things a step further, and use the signature popcorn inside of other confections as well, like Moose Munch® Popcorn Bites: "they're like little candy bars, except they have Moose Munch® Popcorn in them", or, as I got to try, Moose Munch® Chocolate Bars.
|Moose Munch® Milk Chocolate Bar.|
"Signature snake"? I do not know this term, but it is on all of their marketing, so I don't think it is a typo.
Every bite was loaded up with goodies: popcorn, nuts, caramel. The caramel was sweet and very creamy, it almost tasted like really smooth peanut butter at times. The nuts added a great crunch, and the popcorn ... was, well, popcorn inside my chocolate, a bit strange, but, it worked better than I expected. It was much better than popcorn inside of other items, like inside the Circus Cookie from Goody Goodie, although it was still a bit strange to have a soft bite inside the bar. The milk chocolate was smooth and creamy.
Overall, pretty tasty, a bunch of ingredients you don't necessarily expect together, but, I liked it. The tasting club didn't get to try this one!