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25. Sanghai Chocolate Covered Wafers (B15)
24. Alfie Cookies & Cream (B10)
23. Black Thunder (B15)
22. United Almond (B10)
21. Glico Twotone Milk & Matcha (B10)
20. Dairy Milk Fruit & Nuts (B24)
20. Alfie Milk Chocolate (B10)
19. KitKat Chunky (B25)
We’d give this one more credit if it didn’t call itself a KitKat.
18. KitKat Matcha (B35)
17. Kinder Bueno White (B35)
16. Toblerone White Chocolate (B29)
15. Hershey's Cookies & Chocolate (B32)
14. Van Houten Milk Chocolate (B30)
13. Glico Chokola Almonds (B25)
Inside a packet that looks like a Disney Princess designed it is that good-old, super-sweet taste of convenience store dark chocolate. Four to a pack just ain't enough.
12. Van Houten Fruit & Nuts (B30)
Despite the occasional nut hard enough to crack diamond, this is one of the few nut-based chocs at Seven which we can get down with: sour fruit, milk chocolate that’s more chocolate than milk, and plenty of texture.
11. Cadbury Black Forest (B33)
10. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate (B32)
The third best out of the four plain milk chocolate bars in this test. See what we wrote about Hershey's at no. 15 then factor in that this bar tastes better.
9. Kinder Bueno (B35)
The cookie to chocolate proportion is perfect, with each pocket of gooey chocolate oozing a delicious hazelnut mush when you bite into it. You'll have eaten the whole thing before you know it.
8. Hershey's Cookies & Cream (B32)
Admitting you like white chocolate more than dark chocolate is not OK in public. Part of the reason there's no byline on this story is because of this thing doing so well.
7. Meiji Milk Chocolate (B24)
Second from the top spot for plain bar chocolate are these bite-sized morsels from Meiji—dense, with a powerful dose of cocoa and not too sweet. The type of candy you could eat way too many of.
6. Kit Kat Original (B23)
Everything about this is just so iconic. The crunch of the bar. The airy wafers. The smooth chocolate (take note #25).
5. Toblerone Chocolate (B29)
Now we're getting down to the proper crack cocaine bars. The kind of chocolate that you finish before getting to the counter and have to give the cashier an empty wrapper instead. While holding your head in shame and avoiding eye contact.
4. Van Houten Dark Chocolate with Almonds (B30)
This thing looks so posh it brings out our inner foodie git as the smooth, cocoa-rich chocolate gives way to the clean snap of a perfectly roasted almond. Sorry, we'll stop talking now.
3. Milo Choco Bar (B20)
OK, here we can redeem ourselves with this chocolate bar of the people—a no-nonsense, super-sweet milk chocolate hit whose ingredients include "palm kernel fat" before they do cocoa. You've just got to love that occasional sharp crunch of a grain of sugar that didn't quite make it through the melting process. Top tip: feed it to your children for extra soccer-playing strength.
2. Snickers (B25)
The crunch from the peanuts. The softness of the caramel. The stickiness of the nougat. Snickers bars are so badass they still get away with branding themselves as a legitimate answer to your hunger woes.
1. Reese's Nut Bar (B27)
We're drooling just thinking of this delicious orange package of sweet yet just-that-little-bit-salty awesomeness, its layer of caramel seeping out from between the chocolate-coated mounds of peanut... OK, stop, stop. We need to go to 7-Eleven.