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What Do Others Think of American Chocolate?

Trying American Chocolate

No matter where you’re from, “foreign food” is of interest to most people. And that doesn’t only hold true for main dishes, desserts and restaurant food, but for snacks—and that obviously includes chocolate.

If you’re from the U.S. and grew up on American chocolate, it can be very interesting (and humorous) to see what people from other countries think of our usual choco fare. YouTube features various videos with not only people outside the States trying chocolate from the U.S. but vice versa.

One interesting thing to note is that there are apparently international candy stores in both Australia and England, which is where these YouTubers bought the American chocolate for their trials. It can be really fun to see what they think of chocolate from the U.S. and to see how they wonder about chocolate we see every day. So without further adieu, let’s take a look at these YouTube vids.

The One Pot Chef Tries American Chocolate

Here, we see an Australian chef trying American chocolate on the OnePotChefBlog. It’s really fun to see his take on U.S. chocolate as he tries these types of chocolate candy:
 

  • Hershey’s Milk Chocolate
  • 3 Musketeers
  • Tootsie Roll
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
  • Reese’s Pieces

 

The Chat Shack Tries American Chocolate

This video is a bit more competitive, with a comparison between similar types of American and English chocolates done by The Chat Shack. The U.S. chocolate that they tried includes:

  • 3 Musketeers
  • Baby Ruth
  • 100 Grand
  • Butterfinger
  • Hershey’s

 

English chocolate in the comparison was made up of:

  • Crunchie
  • Mars
  • Yorkie
  • Cadbury’s Dairy Milk
  • Boost Bar

Sadly, the Butterfinger did not fare well in this taste test.
 

 
We all have our favorites even in our own corners of the world, but it sure is interesting to see how your own native chocolate does in international taste tests. Why not have some international chocolate tasting of your own? Sounds like a great idea to us!
 
 
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