My first thought was as to whether the use of a hazelnut inclusion would mean that the inclusion of mini M&M's would be less, consulting the ingredients list I could see that this was the case - the strawberry block contains 15% mini M&M's, where as the hazelnut bar has half of this with only 7.5% and the addition of 7.5% hazelnuts. The bar has the same fun design but on breaking off strips you can definitely clearly that this bar has less colourful mini M&M's and instead is also dotted with small roasted hazelnut pieces. For me as this bar is called 'hazelnut' I really felt it should deliver a good hazelnut flavour hit but unfortunately I just felt overall it was a bit lacking. Due to less mini M&M's in the bar you lose out on one of the things that make this type of bar so great - the textural contrast of the smooth milk chocolate and the crunchy candy shells, as you don't necessarily get a mini M&M in every piece. Unfortunately the addition of the hazelnuts doesn't massively improve this; although they offer a nice nibbly bite here and there they don't add the same textural contrast and unfortunately I found they didn't deliver a huge flavour hit, they add a hint of roasted nuttiness but not what I really look for in a 'hazelnut' chocolate. Granted, the milk chocolate base used is pleasant enough, creamy and not overly sweet but I think this bar would have been absolutely incredible if Mars had blended hazelnuts into the milk chocolate to create a praline-esque base and then dotted it with the mini M&M's. That would have made it for me. I'll still enjoy eating the rest of this bar as it is still pleasant enough but if it were available in this country I don't think I'd be rushing out to buy another.
Go to product page https://www.amazon.in/m-amp-m-s-hazelnut-milk-chocolate-block-155g-8ggok at Amazon and buy the product.
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