THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 12/10/2010

[23/365] Hot chocolate

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

Loco Cocoa hot chocolate provides 175 milligrams of caffeine per cup. If you add malt liquor to it, I believe it then becomes Four Loco Cocoa. (via Caffeine-A-Holic)

Bret Michaels created a Snapple flavor while on Celebrity Apprentice. I wonder if this Snapple flavor is an attention whore and will try to extend its 15 minutes of fame by being a contestant on either I Love Money or Charm School. (via I Ate A Pie)

You know what? I’ve always felt the only ingredient missing from chocolate chip cookies was caffeine. All the world needs now is caffeinated white milk. (via Possessed by Caffeine)

In order to have my 20th used schoolgirl panties from vending machine reference on this blog, I shall say the following: A Japanese Kit Kat that’s supposed to smell and taste like Gouda cheese sounds weird, but is it really since it comes from the country that sells used schoolgirl panties from vending machines? (via Jim’s Chocolate Mission)

This Jelly Belly Toasted Marshmallow dessert topper doesn’t taste like Jelly Belly Toasted Marshmallow Jelly Beans, but that’s okay because Jelly Belly Toasted Marshmallow Jelly Beans don’t taste like toasted marshmallows. (via Probably Edible)

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9 thoughts to “THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 12/10/2010”

  1. I thought the Gouda KitKats were decidedly so-so… not awful, but not good necessarily. I think Nestle Japan tries too hard sometimes, and doesn’t try hard enough at others. I haven’t seen honey, anise, cinnamon or pumpkin pie KitKats yet, for instance, and they’ve got to be better than Gouda. :-p

  2. you always manage to take my very slightly funny reviews and make it into a burst out loud funny link! I have rarely giggled in my cube more than reading/watching impulsivebuy

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