Released January, 1923
The Pros:One bar lasts a long time. Has a satisfying crunch to it. Sweet taste with everything positive about peanut butter flavor.
The Cons:Don't do well in any kind of hot weather, chocolate melts inside the wrapper. Bad for your teeth and waistline. Tend to get stuck in some people's teeth.
Butterfinger is a candy bar from Nestle, originally introduced in 1923. Butterfinger bars consist of crunchy peanut brittle filling with a chocolate outer coating. Originally made by the Curtiss Candy Company, the brand was sold in the early 1980s, and then resold in the early ‘90s to Nestle.
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The “Butterfinger” name is derived from the slang term used to describe a clumsy person. The name was tied into an early marketing stunt, where Butterfinger bars with their own parachutes were dropped from airplanes in cities across the United States. Several other Butterfinger-based products also exist, including Butterfinger BB’s, Butterfinger Crisp and numerous ice cream bars.
- Crunchy peanut brittle filling
- Chocolate coating
- Orange-colored center
- Butterfinger BB’s version
- Butterfinger Crisp wafer version
- Butterfinger Snackers miniature version
- Butterfinger ice cream bar versions
- 270 calories (60 gram size)
User Reviews (3)
one bar lasts a long time
has a satisfying crunch to it
sweet taste with everything positive about peanut butter flavor
chocolate doesn't melt before you get it in your mouth
don't do well in any kind of hot weather, chocolate melts inside the wrapper
bad for your teeth and waistline
tend to get stuck in some people's teeth
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