I noticed the Frey Supreme line of chocolate bars in the Target aisles a while back, but I’ve only just got around to trying them. They come in a wide range of flavors. I picked up the Cafe and Cacao, and I was going to get the Tiramisu, but decided to have some fun with the Hot Chili Pepper instead. I’ll have a review of that one later.
The bars are 100 gram tablets. They are rather thin, which I think gives them a nice snap. They are split into 10 pieces, so it’s easy to snap pieces off to share. A serving size is four squares (so 2.5 servings per tablet). One serving of the Cafe and Cacao is 210 calories.
The Cafe and Cacao is supposed to be “extra fine milk chocolate with coffee and crispy cocoa nibs.” That’s right up my alley; I love nibby bars and coffee flavor. So, naturally, I ripped this open as soon as I got into my car and ate half of it for lunch (healthy, I know). The rest of it disappeared over the course of the next day, so I’m writing this from memory. This also means that I don’t have any pictures, which I’ll try to include in the future.
The bar smells like a sweet hazelnut coffee, and upon checking the ingredients I see there are ground hazelnuts in there (another favorite of mine). The chocolate is sweet and milky with a fairly creamy texture. The coffee comes through, but not overwhelming so. It’s definitely sweetened by the hazelnuts. I really enjoyed the texture of this bar. While the chocolate is creamy, the cacao nibs (and I suppose the ground hazelnuts) give it a nice crunch and an extra chocolate punch.
Now, I am biased towards this bar because it combines some of my favorite flavors, especially coffee, which I don’t think is used enough in candy. So my final rating?
Name: Cafe and Cacao