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  • We were hoping to do a Finnish chocolates and candy bar while we were in Finland but

  • unfortunately we ran out of time. So we're now back at home in Canada and we're just

  • sitting in my backyard and today we are going to be taste testing all of this candy. It

  • should be a fun afternoon.

  • And we've got Max, the dog, to join us. Max, do you want chocolate? Chocolates!

  • He's like - where is the steak? Where is the sausage?

  • First off we are starting with this little Jim bar. And we've never had this one before.

  • No, let's see what it tastes like. It is very small. For a healthy snack. Mmmm.

  • Oh, it is white inside. It has a very fruity flavor but I can't really make out what kinds

  • of fruit are in here. Banana, perhaps? It is really nice. I like it.

  • Okay, so I'm a huge fan of licorice and I've had a lot of Salmiakki since I've been in

  • Finland but this is something I've never tried. This is called Lakupala and it is Tropico.

  • Apparently, there is dark chocolate, orange, berries and possibly pineapple. So I have

  • a feeling this is going to be sweet liquorice. I have no idea. I'm opening it up. You can

  • see the different colors. So here is one that is white. Let's guess the flavors. Okay.

  • So without looking at the bag, what do you think that one is? I think that is pineapple.

  • And it is really sweet. This is definitely candy kind of licorice with a lot of sugar

  • but I like it.

  • Audrey hates licorice but maybe we can finally find something that she likes. Maybe this

  • fruit flavored licorice will win her over. Okay, I'm purposely going to choose the red

  • berries because I like berry flavored stuff, so maybe I'll be able to enjoy this.

  • Did you spit it out? Uhhhh.

  • And no more licorice for Audrey. That would just be cruel for me to force her to try more

  • of it - especially the Salmiakki.

  • Okay, so next up for me is the Tupla bar. Also, this is a bar we've never had as well.

  • So I was reading up on this chocolate bar and apparently Tupla means double because

  • you get two little bars inside of the package. This one looks like it got a little bit crushed.

  • Okay, so it is milk chocolate and nuts on the exterior. And then I think the filling

  • might be nougat. It is kind of chewy and very sugary. Yeah, I do like this one. It is really

  • nice.

  • Audrey was kind enough to share the second one with me so I'm going to try this for the

  • first time. I wasn't kind enough to share - I think you stole it.

  • A guy has got to do what a guy has got to do. You're right, this is a really chewy chocolate

  • bar and very sweet. I do like it though. Mmmmm.

  • Before we became travel bloggers and started making YouTube travel and food videos, we

  • used to teach English in South Korea. And our students were obsessed with Angry Birds.

  • Like they just loved that game.

  • Angry birds originated from Finland and they have a little candy bar here. I think it might

  • be licorice. Let's show us the Angry bird. It is a yellow Angry Bird. There they are.

  • It looks quite angry doesn't it?

  • Alright, let's try this Angry Bird candy.

  • Indeed, it is licorice and it appears to be filled with something.

  • Okay, yeah, it is a very sugary licorice that I'm sure kids would love. And yes it is pineapple

  • flavored inside. Kids and Sam love it.

  • Here I have Moomin gummy bears. So if you're not too familiar with Moomins, they're actually

  • characters from a Finnish fairy tale and they kind of look like Hippos, right? I think it

  • looks like a hippo, yeah. They're just big plump, white creatures and while we were in

  • Helsinki they were celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the creator of the Moomins,

  • so Moomins were all over the city.

  • These are gummy's. Let's see. Are they shaped like Moomin? Yeah, let's see. This one looks

  • like a Moomin. And there is some people in there as well. I'm not sure what the story

  • is with these guys but they must all be characters. I'll try this one.

  • Mmmm. Maybe apple? Is it sweet? Yeah. These are really good. I think I'll be keeping these

  • for myself since I don't like the licorice, I won't share these.

  • No Finnish taste test video would be complete without testing Salmiakki. This is a treat

  • that is absolutely adored in Finland but a lot of foreigners don't like it. It is extremely

  • salty. It is made with Ammonium Chloride. It is like a black type of licorice except

  • it is so much saltier than any kind of licorice I've ever had. I love it. Audrey really doesn't

  • like it, so I'm not forcing her to have any.

  • And I'm just going to show you what it looks like. Now, this is one kind of Salmiakki you

  • can get. These are the smaller ones and they are kind of harder candies. So you just them

  • in your mouth and you suck on them. Mmmmm.

  • I'm in my happy place right now.

  • So next up we have some Jenkki spearmint gum. So I actually have a few Finnish Canadian

  • friends and whenever they come back from Finland this is what they bring back. I've actually

  • had this several times before in Canada.

  • Let's see. But I like it, so I'm happy to try it again for the video.

  • Jenkki! Let's see what it looks like. It's gum.

  • It tastes like your average gum. It's not a super overpowering flavor like some of the

  • Excel gums but yeah this one is nice.

  • Aside from Salmiakki, my next favorite Finnish food is Karl Fazer chocolate. And this is

  • just amazing high quality chocolate. I think this one we have here is just the plan milk

  • chocolate one.

  • This is your standard Karl Fazer chocolate bar. And I recommend if you're going to eat

  • this get the big bar. This is just the little tiny one. Those big massive 200 gram bars

  • - those are the best.

  • It is just so creamy and delicious and I like that sure it is sugary but it is not too sugary.

  • That is a big difference between European and American chocolate is that there is more

  • creaminess and richness to European chocolate whereas American chocolate is really sugary.

  • So this stuff is way better.

  • Here is a unique one. While we were in the supermarket looking for different chocolate

  • bars we could try we came across Karl Fazer bar but as you can see over here this one

  • is Chili and Crisps. So I've never had chocolate with chili before. We'll what that actually

  • tastes like. I'm expecting to like it. I wonder if it is spicy or not? Yeah. It'll be interesting

  • to see. I hope it is not too too spicy. Hopefully you won't spit it out like the licorice.

  • I mean it must be a good combination for Karl Fazer to produce this. I'm still not tasting

  • the chili. Are you biting into it? Um hmm.

  • Maybe it is just very mildly flavored.

  • I'm waiting for it to kick in.

  • There is something crunchy in there for sure. Okay, actually when you swallow the chocolate

  • there is a slight burn in your throat. I think there is a chili. I'm going to let you try

  • it and see what you think.

  • Alright, I'm going to have two pieces here to try and make sure we can find that chili

  • inside.

  • Yeah, you're right. It is not initially spicy. It does have that crunch though. I think you'll

  • feel it when you swallow the chocolate. Tell me how that feels.

  • Okay, a little bit of a burn but not much. I mean this is very tame. This is very tame.

  • I'm very excited about the licorice all sorts. I grew up eating these in Canada, so I wonder

  • if they taste the same or not.

  • Alright, and so with the all sorts it really is just a whole bunch of different licorice

  • candies. So I'm just going to hold them out in my hand as you can see here. These yellow

  • ones tend to be sweeter.

  • Let's see how this tastes. Mmm.

  • Let's try one of each in the name of research.

  • Yeah, that is very sweet.

  • What is the yellow one flavored like? They are not actually flavored like the colors

  • that they are. They're just kind of sweet.

  • Alright, one more. Yeah, those are really good. I mean they're just as good as any of

  • the ones I've tried in Canada and I can tell that these are ones are really fresh, so I

  • like them a lot.

  • The best way to describe the licorice all sorts. Some of them are more sugary, some

  • of them have more of a licorice taste, some of them are more chewy, so you've just got

  • to grab a whole bunch of them, taste them one by one and see which one you like the

  • most.

  • And I saved one of my favorites for last - this is the Geisha chocolate bar which is also

  • produced by Karl Fazer. Let's try this. I wish Karl Fazer would make his way over to

  • Canada. I know. We really need him over here. Mmmm.

  • That is really nice. So yeah, this one is a milk chocolate and it has a creamy hazelnut

  • filling. Perfection. It is my favorite one, so I'm always happy to eat a Geisha bar.

  • So that concludes our Finnish taste test. Let us know if you've tried any Finnish chocolates,

  • licorice, gummy bears or Salmiakki. We're curious to know.

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フィンランド料理。フィンランド料理試食(サルミアッキ、リコリス、フェイザーチョコレート、トゥプラ、アングリーバード (Finnish Cuisine: Finnish Food Taste Test (Salmiakki, Licorice, Fazer Chocolate, Tupla, Angry Birds))

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