These M&M’s are available in the regular sized bag, but on in white, brown and green. They’re actually a little larger than the regular chocolate M&M’s but not as large as peanut M&M’s. On a weird note, the package and the website show the M&M’s as being decorated with little tropical icons. Mine weren't.
How to describe these M&M’s in only one word: yuck.
Or maybe metallic. Well, how about slightly metallic.
They’ve got a funky aftertaste that’s a cross between slightly metallic and slightly artificially alcoholic (think of those liqueur-filled chocolates you can buy around the holidays). They have just a hint of coconut flavor but smell more like it than they taste. You’d think with that larger size, M&M’s could have figured out a way to have a coconut flavored center, surrounded by chocolate and then the candy shell.
I thought they were pretty nasty, all because of that awful aftertaste. I felt like I had a mouthful of cheap liquid tin in my mouth after eating them. Thank God I had a drink to wash it away with!