Hershey’s has the sort of amazing intuition that other candy companies would do well to emulate. It often seems as if they can anticipate our every need. They regularly come up with ideas that make us wonder why we didn’t think of them first, like the new Sugar Cookie Kisses that are sure to make the holidays extra special. But Reese’s is also getting in on the act this year.
Chocolate and peanut butter are a timeless duo and Reese’s is now bringing them together in a whole new way with the launch of their new nutcracker-shaped candies. These candies will be arriving just in time for Christmas 2020. We definitely needed this piece of good news, that is for sure.
Nutcracker figurines are an important part of the holiday season. They date back to the days of ancient Germany and are designed to look like toy soldier figurines. Reese’s packaging is especially neat as it comes in all sorts of different colors. The chocolate and peanut butter that you know and love are still there, so no worries. You’ll just be given the chance to enjoy them in a different way this time around. What could be better than that?
The Reese’s lovers out there are sure to enjoy. The pieces are wrapped individually and they are going to look great in the candy dish during the holidays. “One of the joys of the season is discovering the latest Reese’s Peanut butter Cup holiday shapes. Well, open your arms (and your mouth) and welcome Reese’s Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Nutcrackers Snack Size treats,” the description reads.
They won’t be too hard to find, either. Wal-Mart, Rite Aid, and a number of major retailers are going to be carrying 10-ounce bags for just $3 per bag. Anyone who is looking for the perfect stocking stuffer may want to grab a few bags during their next store run. Reese’s simply taste better when they are arranged in cool and interesting shapes.
Please be sure to share this news with all of the Reese’s fans in your life. They are never going to forgive you if you don’t. Move over, Christmas trees, there’s a new sheriff in town!SKM: below-content placeholder