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coffee crisp candy bar, only in Canada
Nestle Coffee Crisp

The bar is a combination of coffee cream, cookie wafers and milk chocolate coating. It does contain a small amount of coffee, although much of its coffee taste comes from flavouring. The coffee crisp bar is a Canadian delicacy and has limited availability outside of Canada.
Over the years there have been several variations of the Coffee Crisp brand: orange flavour, raspberry flavour, Coffee Crisp Café Caramel, Coffee Crisp White, maple flavored, french vanilla and triple mocha flavors and the most recent form was Coffee Crisp Yogurt. As of January 2007 only the original coffee crisp bar remained.
There was an introduction of the Coffee Crisp 70% dark chocolate in 2009. A coffee crisp-flavoured ice cream bar and ice cream flavour are also available.
Nestlé began marketing the Coffee Crisp in the USA in late July 2006. As of April 2009, the marketing of the Coffee Crisp bar into the USA was discontinued by Nestle Canada.
Coffee Crisp Cake
Just one of the many things you can do with this candy bar. Here is a recipe for the Coffee Crisp Cake

 

 

 

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The Trans Canada Trail, officially renamed "The Great Trail" in September 2016, is a cross-Canada system of greenways, waterways, and roadways that stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. The trail extends over 24,000 kilometres (15,000 miles); it is now the longest recreational, multi-use trail network in the world. The idea for the trail began in 1992, shortly after the Canada 125 celebrations. Since then it has been supported by donations from individuals, corporations, foundations, and all levels of government. For more information on the Trail,, here's a good read from backpacking.com