Thursday, December 9, 2010


This is an interesting product. Coffee candy??? I have no ideawhat to expect here, but I am quite intrigued by this product. Alot of my friends were afraid to try this, but I jumpedright into this. This was the one thing in the entire Shock Coffee package that really grabbedmy attention.

Taste: Ok, imagine a peanut M&M but instead of a peanut a raw coffee bean is in the center. It sounds disgusting now but it really is a great tasting candy. The chocolate balances out the coffee enough that it tastes great. Some people I let try this hated it, but most really enjoyed it though they were skeptical at first. The shells are a bit more sweet than that of an M&M somy friends who were not big on sweer things gagged when they popped it in. But all in all, this is a seriously tasty candy. Rating 9 out of 10

Buzz: These are the same coffee beans that are packed into the brewable energy coffee. One bag of this equals a cup of the coffee so these have to be pretty potent. The main thing with these is that buzz sensitive people will get jitters, but they aren't bad becausemy friend had a pack and he didnt seem that bad jittery. The caffeine content in this product is exceptionably high, and is a good way to get a nice buzz (if you can handle the raw coffee bean center). Rating 9 out of 10

Overall Candy Rating 9 out of 10

Look: The package is metallic red. It is lined along top and bottom with black trim as well, and the Shock-a-Lots logois in the center. There is not much useless text and the packaging is consistent, but not amazing. It didn't do as much for me as the brewable did as far as capturing my attention.

Overall Look Rating 6 out of 10

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