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New Halloween Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Will Leave You Howling

    Reese's is back with a monstrous twist: new Reese's Werewolf Tracks! This Halloween, sink your fangs into a delicious homage to everyone's favorite shape-shifting lycanthrope.

    Oh, no! Halloween is creeping ever closer, and the shadows are stirring with a new delight from Reese’s! The forest of sweet delights is no longer safe, as a spine-chilling new flavor emerges. Can you hear the eerie howling? That’s your stomach craving something wickedly sweet.

    Reese’s is back with a monstrous twist on their classic treat: the new Reese’s Werewolf Tracks! This Halloween, you can sink your fangs into a delicious homage to everyone’s favorite shape-shifting lycanthrope. These new Reese’s Cups feature a hauntingly unique design with an outer cup that is half milk chocolate and half vanilla, perfectly blending the eerie and the delightful. They will be available in both snack-size bags and regular packs, making them the perfect treat for any Halloween gathering.

    Reese's is back with a monstrous twist: new Reese's Werewolf Tracks! This Halloween, sink your fangs into a delicious homage to everyone's favorite shape-shifting lycanthrope.

    But beware! These innovative Reese’s Cups might just remind you of their White Creme Peanut Butter Cups, which are crafted from a mix of oils, milk, sugar, and vanilla, rather than true white chocolate. Despite this, the new Reese’s Werewolf Tracks promise a howl-worthy experience that will leave you craving more.

    While these spooky treats have been announced, they won’t be lurking on shelves until the Halloween season rolls around. You’ll have to wait for the next full moon in October to satisfy your monstrous appetite. Don’t leave any traces of your hunger—you might find yourself howling for more!

    Reese's is back with a monstrous twist: new Reese's Werewolf Tracks! This Halloween, sink your fangs into a delicious homage to everyone's favorite shape-shifting lycanthrope.

    Fun Fact: In many cultures, there was a widespread belief in the curse of lycanthropy. According to this legend, if a person transformed into a wolf and was subsequently killed by another human being, the killer would be doomed to live out their days as a wolf. This ancient curse, steeped in folklore and fear, dictated that the act of killing a werewolf would not bring freedom but instead ensnare the slayer in the same monstrous fate. The curse of lycanthropy was a powerful deterrent, rooted in the idea that the cycle of transformation and retribution was inescapable, ensuring that the fear of the werewolf endured across generations.