The old-fashioned wrapper, which seems to feature the FTD florist character in profile when he was a child, is rather curious compared to the newer, cuter package styles.
This is the only Tirol candy sold as a bar sold in this size.
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The filling tastes a lot like a Three Musketeers bar though the texture is like eating taffy.
This is a pretty typical texture combination for Tirol chocolates.
When I bought this bar, I thought it was a plain chocolate bar because the top just says "chocolate".
The side also appears to simply say "chocolate" (in Japanese) as well, but if you look on the bottom, just under the Japanese word for chocolate is the Japanese for "nougat".
Most of the Tirol chocolate that you find in Japan is sold in tiny little squares.