I don't really get the appeal of the chocolate bar with holes in it. So many candy bar companies make a bar filled with bubble/holes each with different sized bubbles, but I can't figure out why. Maybe some people think they're better for you, I mean how many calories does air have? I'm a little stodgy, so when it comes to the argument of why candy companies put bubbles in their bars, I think about how cheap their being.
So right off the bat you figured that I'm not a big fan of this style of treat, so how does this bar hold up? Well the chocolate is fantastic, I mean that with every fan and tastic I can muster. Milka chocolate is on the high-end list for the best quality chocolate available in mass produced chocolate bars. If you've ever disagreed with me in the past about the difference in quality of chocolate between North America and places like Europe, I highly recommend you try one of these. We can safely say that the chocolate has not adversely affected the quality of this bar.
Now having said all that I do feel a little ripped off by the fact that this bar is full of air. I'd really rather have a solid full bar, that's more chocolate. This isn't hard math here, if it's good chocolate I want more (i.e. less air). Maybe the air bubbles do something for textures, and maybe it helps the chocolate melt a little faster in your mouth, but it's still less great chocolate.