Take 5 With Hershey’s Take 5 and Take FiveWednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by Becca Droz
Denture Danger: 5
Hershey’s Take 5 is one of the most ultimate candies out there. Pretzels and chocolate, peanut butter, caramel, and peanuts all combined into one delicious two-piece candy bar. Mmmm, salty, sweet, peanuty, crunchy, chewy, chocolatey, melty… wow, it’s amazing they can fit so much deliciousness into one candy bar.
It took Hershey’s a while to come out with this genius idea. The Take 5 bar didn’t hit the market until 2004 where it immediately began satisfying the munchies of teenagers all over America.
You are going to want to take at least five minutes to enjoy this delicious five flavored bar. The time spent eating this delicious bar (which you probably will want to do alone as to make sure you don’t have to share any of it) is best spent listening to “Take Five,” a jazz piece written by Paul Desmond.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet performs this swingy song that is named after the unique quintuple (5/4) time. I can’t think of what might be a greater five minutes than that spent with a Take 5 while listening to Take Five.