M&M's are offering a seasonal variation to add to the sugary onslaught that is Halloween.
These candies come in a variety of warm autumn colors, and their size and shape are a bit more like Peanut M&M's despite that there's only a chocolate mixture inside.
The chocolate mixture is all white chocolate, with no cocoa solids to be found. These teach me that I like white chocolate in M&Ms... I wonder why they don't make them regularly? This is no regular white chocolate, however... it's supposedly flavored like candy corn. It tastes nothing like candy corn, ultimately, which is good, because I despise the stuff. The flavor instead is of burnt sugar, caramel, and maybe toffee. There's a sugary note in there that reminds me of cotton candy.
Not bad, overall. This departure in flavor from the normal M&M's stable is worth a detour. The "candy corn" flavoring isn't a huge hit (even among candy corn fans I've consulted), but in my opinion, the white chocolate filling is worth your attention, if only for one go-round.
M&M's White Chocolate Candy Corn: - Good
Original M&M's (for comparison): - Good