Sky Bar is a milk chocolate bar that has four separate filled sections. But what's unusual about this is that each section has a different kind of filling:
If you're in the mood for a particular flavor experience, not so great.
I enjoyed this bar, but mostly on account of the novelty of the experience. As far as I know, no one else makes a bar that's organized this way.
But as soon as I started to enjoy one of the fillings, there was no more of it. So personally I wouldn't make this a regular just on that ground. When I'm in the mood for something, that's what I'm in the mood for.
Although as I said, if you're looking for variety, this is it. Four in One.
Ingredients and Nutrition
There are basically five meta-ingredients in this bar:
Because of the way the ingredient list is
organized (or more precisely, not organized), there is no way to tell
what ingredients belong to which fillings. Not actually a big problem
though, because I really doubt either you or I would buy one of these, eat
three parts and pitch the fourth on account of some minority ingredient.
This bar has 200 calories, with 80 of them (40%) from fat.
Sky Bar can be difficult to find, but is usually available at Cracker Barrel restaurants.
paid $1.29 for this 1.5 ounce bar. For comparison
purposes, that's $13.76 per pound. Pretty close to the top end of the
pricing range for popular chocolate candy.
I'm giving this my personal score of 3.2 out of 5 stars for Overall Enjoyment, 2.9 for Nutrition, and 2.4 for Value. Keep in mind this is just my personal opinion. Your mileage may vary, and there's no accounting for taste.
Now you know what a Sky Bar is.
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When Sky Bar was introduced in 1938, it was first advertised using skywriting.