These 3 New Snickers’ Bar Flavors Are Only Here For A Limited Time, So Eat ‘Em Up ASAP

It seems like ever since I outgrew trick-or-treating, the instances in which I find myself enjoying a delicious candy bar are few and far between. Thankfully, one of your childhood favorite candy bar brands has introduced some new flavors that will have you running for the candy aisle ASAP. These three new SNICKERS’ bar flavors are only available for a limited time, so you’ll want to try them all right away.

In a press release from its parent company Mars, Inc., SNICKERS announced the arrival of its three new flavors on Monday, June 4, and the really good news is that the limited-edition Intense Flavors are available nationwide as of Monday. Now, you’re probably wondering what kind of flavor twists you can expect in these new candy bars. Well, the three new Intense Flavors SNICKERS bars are Espresso, Fiery, and Salty & Sweet. A coffee-flavored SNICKERS bar? Yes, please!

The candy brand came up with these new flavors by creating each of them to correspond with a "hunger symptom," because, as SNICKERS says, "You’re Not You When You’re Hungry." So, if you’re "Irritable," grab an Espresso SNICKERS bar, or if you’re feeling "Indecisive," you can go for the Sweet & Salty flavor. When that "Wimpy" feeling sets in, you can make it right with the Fiery SNICKERS bar.

You might recall that these three limited-edition flavors were all announced way back in October 2017, but all you had back then was the promise of their delicious arrival. The Espresso and Salty & Sweet flavors sound like they’ll easily be delicious new additions to the SNICKERS line-up (for a limited a time). The only wild card for me is the Fiery SNICKERS bar, but hey, maybe it will be exactly what I need once I start feeling "Wimpy" this summer.

Well, the time is finally here to find out what a chili pepper-infused SNICKERS bar tastes like, so you better get to the store to see what all three new limited-time Intense Flavor SNICKERS bars taste like before they’re gone.

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