Hershey’s Just Released Two New Chocolate Bars and We Can’t Get Enough
The candy company is making a Hershey's + Whoppers mash-up.
The best candy is rolling out just in time for spooky season! M&M’s released a crunchy cocoa spinoff of its original flavor, and Hershey’s is right on their heels with the return of Caramel Apple chocolates. The good news doesn’t stop there, though. Hershey’s released two brand-new chocolate bar flavors, and we already can’t get enough.
Both the Hershey’s Whopper and Hershey’s Extra Creamy bars are available right now, and here’s why you need to get your hands on them.
These Are Made for Chocoholics
Eagle-eyed chocolate lovers didn’t waste any time sharing the news about the two new Hershey’s flavors. The Hershey’s Whoppers bar has already been spotted in stores, while the Extra Creamy version hasn’t yet made its debut. But we know we’ll be cleaning up in the candy aisle as soon as they’re out.
The Extra Creamy Hershey’s bar is exactly what it sounds like, so you can enjoy your old-school favorite with a creamy kick. The Hershey’s Whopper bar combines both of your favorite candies, the classic milk chocolate of Hershey’s and the malted crunch of Whoppers. The bar features bits of Whoppers throughout, making for a two-in-one treat that we’re already craving.
The Hershey’s Whopper bar is actually a reinvention of a similar treat the chocolate mogul released last year. Hershey’s released a Reese’s Pieces-studded chocolate bar, and fans went wild for it. They’re hoping to rejuvenate the hype with the Hershey’s Whopper, and we don’t know about you, but it’s working on us!
Here’s Where to Find Them
The Hershey’s Whopper bar is already on sale at your local Walmart, but you’ll have to wait a week or two for the Extra Creamy version. By the end of the month, both bars will be available exclusively at Walmart. If you’ve got a sweet tooth and a chocolate craving, you’d better move quick. There’s no telling how long these new Hershey’s flavors will be sweetening store shelves! Plus, you’ll need to beat us to the store, because we’re about to buy the whole aisle.