KitKat? No! KicKer!!
My husband and I went to the supermarket the other day to buy some snacks.
They used to have really good (& cheap) Swiss chocolate, but it was not available anymore. (When one thing sells out, they often don’t replace them in Korea. Especially foreign goods. Do you agree?)
Anyhow my husband picked a red-ish packet, and from the distance I thought that it was a KitKat chocolate.
When we got home, we emptied the shopping bag. Then I tried to find the KitKat. But I realized that it wasn’t a KitKat. It was a “KicKer” by Crown – a Korean company.
It wasn’t nearly as good as a KitKat. (I think original is the best in all snacks.)
It looked like it had melted once during the summer and reformed recently. It wasn’t sweet nor crispy.
I wonder if there is a way to find out whether the chocolate melted once (and hardened again) before you open it.
Do you know how to tell?