|Rating:||9.2 / 10|
|Value for Money||2.3 / 2.5|
|Taste||2.4 / 2.5|
|Convenience||2.4 / 2.5|
|Weight||2.1 / 2.5|
Most of you who have been into the outdoors for any period of time will be aware of Clif Energy Bars. These bars are one of the best known snacks in the recreation industry and are used by a wide range of outdoor enthusiasts including hikers.
Last year Clif released a range of ‘Nut Butter’ filled bars in the USA and I have been eagerly awaiting their release onto the Australian market. I have a thing for peanut butter, I love the taste and texture as well as the high calories that help to keep me from starving on longer trips. As such, I bring a 375 gram jar of peanut butter for each week of my trip for my own consumption. I will also happily look at other ways to get peanut butter from other snacks too and this bar fits the bill.
When I recently attended the Outdoor Retailer Association Expo in Sydney I was happy to see the Australian supplier of Clif had some samples to try and I managed to snag one of each variety to do a pre-release review.
The nut butter filled bars at 50 grams each are around 40% smaller than the well known Clif Energy bars however the calories are denser so they’re very similar in the energy that they provide. Loaded with nut butter, they are also richer so the size works out well as a snack.
The Clif website in the USA currently produce seven flavours of these nut butter filled bars and the Australian Supplier has chosen the three most ‘Australian friendly’ varieties to import.
Based on our taste test we would both be happy to add these nut butter filled bars to our ongoing menu for hikes. I found all of them extremely tasty but between Gill and I we definitely had our favourites. See our taste test below.
Once these bars have been officially released on to the Australian market I will update this review with a rating. Taste wise at least they hit the mark.
Clif in the USA currently produces seven flavours of these nut butter filled bars. The following is our taste test of the three varieties due for release in Australia sometime in July 2018. Gill and I have different tastes so we ended up with different favourites. Each of us had our preferences:
Open packets of Clif Nut Butter Bars
Clif Nut Butter Filled Bars cut to show the nut butter inside of the bars. The nut butter is not ‘wet’ as it would be just out of a jar but has enough moisture to provide a counter point to the hard part of the bar
You can purchase Clif Bars-Nut Butter Filled Energy Bars from a wide range of outdoor stores including Wild Earth or Wildfire Sports This product is often on sale so check out both links for the best price
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This review was done with product supplied by the Australian distributor of this product