Hadn’t bought a pack in a couple of years and geez they’ve changed for the worse. Won’t be buying these again. The shell is a weird texture, the peanuts are soggy and the chocolate filling is way too icky sweet. What have they done? It used to be so nice.
Used to love them
I have always had a bowl beside my chair and nibble a few after dinner. Never again! My partner bought a box for me yesterday and after they were opened, had a handful and could not believe how bad they tasted! Going back to supermarket for a refund. Not sure what the problem was, maybe very old peanuts?? Absolutely revolting! Had to clean my teeth to try and get rid of the taste. Will find another sweet as a substitute.
Reference from box end
I’m very upset
peanut m&m are my absolute favorite candy and recently I bought 2 dozen boxes and and majority of them did not have any peanuts and some had a funny taste. This is terrible service I wanted my money back but the company never answered. I will not eat m&m until they are fixed.
Too sweet, not chocolaty
I think the recipe in Australia is different from America. The sugary coat/outer crust is significantly thicker and sweeter. The chocolate layer is barely there and the peanuts are not of good quality. I bought the one that comes in boxes.
The balance of sweetness, creamines of chocolate and crunch of peanut is not of huh quality. I would appreciate it if the sugar coat is not too thick, the chocolate to taste richer and better, and the nuts to be crunchy & bigger.
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They are so amazing that they don’t last long. The flavour is just addictive and this happened to be one of my favorite snacks.
•One of the best peanut butter flavored candies on the market.
•They don’t last long. ...•Unhealthy snack I tend to binge eat on these so they really last only a week or so. It isn’t the healthiest option on the market – but you’re allowed to indulge once in a while and these are just really really yummy!
|Category||Confectioneries and Chocolates|
|Release date||Jun 2010|
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