World’s Finest Chocolates [Review]

These World’s Finest Chocolates came courtesy of my dad, who was apparently too kind-hearted to turn down the kid selling them as a fundraiser. According to Wikipedia, the World’s Finest Chocolate company makes their chocolate “from bean to bar”.

World's Finest Chocolates

My dad bought a milk chocolate and a W.F. crisp (I assume that’s World’s Finest crisp) bar. Both had Pizza Hut coupons on the back of the wrapper – $2.00 off any large pizza!

The milk chocolate had a fairly sharp snap and a slight grain. It was sweet – a tad too sweet – with a mild milkiness.

World's Finest Chocolates

W.F. Crisp was “milk chocolate with crisped rice”. The milk chocolate based was the same, while the bottom layer was chock full of airy rice crisps that added a nice crunch.

The bars weren’t bad, but the chocolate was pretty meh. I like my milk chocolate tongue-coatingly thick and with more depth, like caramel or vanilla flavors. And it was too sweet for my taste.

World's Finest Chocolates

So, if a kid comes knocking on your door selling these to raise money, know not to get your hopes up too much. World’s Finest is just a brand name rather than an adequate descriptor. An O.

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