【看CP學英文】在台十年的Brian來自美國，近期與 YouTubers Peter Gary 和 Ines一起拍片，試吃台灣經典傳統零食。雖然住在台灣已經好一陣子了，透徹地融入台灣文化的Brian仍舊未嘗試過所有的道地台灣零食。
American YouTuber Brian tried traditional Taiwanese snacks in a recent online video with Taiwanese YouTubers Peter Gary and Ines. Despite having lived in Taiwan for 10 years and being familiar with Taiwanese culture, there are still a few delicacies that he is not familiar with.
To begin with, Brian tried Taiwanese chocolate candies, gummies as well as crunchy, savory snacks. After the two other YouTubers explained the background of the snacks, he rated each treat on a 0-5 scale.
For the first snack he tried, chocolate soccer balls, he rated the candy a 3.5/5. Although he generally enjoys eating chocolate, he thought that the candies were too powdery and dry for his liking.
The next snacks were cola and fruit-flavored gummy soda bottles. He preferred the fruit-flavored candies over the coke, as he thought the cola flavor tasted too similar to cough syrup. Brian rated the fruit-flavored gummy sodas 5/5.
Another candy that Brian tried was haw flakes. Although earlier in the video he claimed that he preferred sour candies, the plums were too sour for his taste. Furthermore, he argued that he did not entirely consider the treats as candy because they were slightly salty. For the hawk flakes, Brian gave a 0.5/5 rating.
The first savory snack that Brian tried were seaweed flavored kali kali, a crunchy, savory treat known for the loud sounds they made when eaten. After snacking on the food, Brian admitted that he would continue purchasing and keeping the snack at home. The kali kali snacks earned a 5/5 rating.
After sampling the salty snacks, Brian tested some chocolate paste candy. Even though he usually likes chocolate delicacies, he disliked the paste as he thought the texture and flavor were strange. Brian ultimately gave the chocolate paste candy a 0/5 rating.
Last but not least, the YouTubers drank some ice cream soda. To Brian, the refreshment reminded him of bubble gum ice cream from America. When asked if he would pick the drink over cola, however, Brian admitted that he would prefer coke with a large smile.
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