The idea of this bar is to simulate chocolate milk in a chocolate bar form. What you hope to get out of the deal is a chocolate bar that is a whole lot creamier than most chocolate bars. Fortunately, that is pretty much what you get; unfortunately, you also get something else that’s not so pleasant.

The chocolate quality of this bar is spectacular, the chocolate is smooth, creamy and pretty much holds up to any chocolate scrutiny I might have for a chocolate bar. The problem comes from the white cream in the centre of the bar that's supposed to make it extra milky. The cream in the middle of this bar is just too sweet. Now I know you're probably wondering how a guy like me can find anything too sweet, but in this case I can.

You see, I think how sweet a candy should be should be within the context of the treat. If I'm having a pixie stick (which is a straw full of sugar) then I expect it to be super sweet. In this case where the focus should be on the creaminess rather than the sweet, I think rather than a super sweet cream it would have been better to simply have an unsweetened creamy cream. If I had tasted more milk and less sugar in the filling, I think this bar would have be an amazing success. Instead the folks at Nestle are going for a overly sweet demographic by simply loading up with sugar, and that's too bad.