Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bar

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A Reese's Crispy Crunchy split

Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bar is a candy bar similar to the Butterfinger, Clark Bar and 5th Avenue but differs by adding peanuts and peanut butter. It has a middle section made of flaky peanut butter, a layer of peanut butter, is covered with chopped peanuts and then coated with milk chocolate. The candy bar was introduced in February 2006[1]in the United States as an addition to their Reese's product line and is currently still in production. Since it's launch it has struck a cord with millennials for its intoxicating combination of crunch and smoothness. This is referenced in the song "Furr" by Blitzen Trapper.

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  1. ^ "Introducing Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bar". Retrieved 2011-02-12. 

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