Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are so sweet. So sweet that even my healthy teeth were hurting. So sweet that the Tooth Fairy will sob when the sugary treats ruin our teeth. So sweet that it would tasted sweeter if we let it melt a bit before we devour it. So sweet that dentists would be thrilled to have us as their patients. So sweet it tasted so damn good. So sweet you can never have enough. So sweet it is bad for our health.
|Reese's Peanut Butter Cups|
Three peanut butter cups can be found in a single packaging of Reese's. Those chocolate cups are thin, probably as thick as our index finger, with clumps of salty and buttery peanut butter. The combination of the sweet chocolate and the salty peanut butter is lovable. Yet, after a few bites, a sharp pain coming from your tooth will strike and makes you rethink about having another bite.
The peanut butter is what I love the most about the sweet snack. Instead of a melty and gooey peanut butter, it has a rather rough and clumpy texture. It tasted salty, nutty, and buttery. Sometimes it even leave a rough aftertaste, but I still like it.
|Look at those beauty!|
As good as this chocolate taste, it is still bad for your health. So, for those who are addicted to Reese's, how about finding a healthy substitute, like carrots? And for those who have not tried Reese's before, and is curious to find out how it taste, you might want to read the "Ingredients" section written at the backside of the packaging before you decided to buy one.
|Loving the peanut butter filling inside|