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Yes there is a difference. Reeses are a specific brand with their specific flavor. Some people have less acute taste buds than others.

Misty Meanor

Sometimes I think customers do this on purpose.


The peanut butter in Reeses tastes better than generic peanut butter cups.


They might have been a bit stale? Most off brands are lighter coloered pB and more crumbly than Resses. Maybe the lighting ing the shop threw him off. Or maybe he just assumed they were generic, and tbat you all didn't know the difference between generic cups and name brand.


Reeses makes sugar free small ones that are almost as good as the normal ones. Annoying that they only come in 'small', though, you get too much chocolate.

Burly Goontar

Did OP unwrap Reese's packages, or unmarked packages?


If the product came in labled Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, then that's what they would be, since the Reese's is the brand name. If your store uses a different or generic kind of peanut butter cups, then the man would be correct calling them peanut butter cups. Right?

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