Michael and I went to the supermarket the other day to buy some snacks.
They used to have good swiss chocolate (very cheap one too), but it is 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 pack, from the distance, I thought that it was a Kitkat.
When we got home, we emptied the shopping bag. Then I tried to find the Kitkat, but 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?
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