Judging from title "Daim (pronounced "Dime"),"you might be curious about what it is.I heard it from a friend.She told me that's a typical Swedish candy and she actually had some daim in her house,so she just gave me some!Given the fact that I'm so stuck on anything about Sweden and this's a food blog,I was thrilled to know it!
Here's a confession:I would say blame the "drop (the notorious Holland candy)".I know that it has nothing to do with daim,but it really casts a shadow on me in some way,when it comes to foreign candies.So when my friend told me about daim,I was like"Ah,ok,it sounds interesting,I'd love to try it!"But I couldn't help associating daim with drop!When I got home,I looked at the pack of daim,thinking it's no harm to give it a shot.Then I took one,it really surprised me!If drop is like the hell,daim is definitely the heaven.Sorry Dutch people!I think I was awfully frightened by drop.Haha The point is,daim tastes good!!!
Daim is like a almond toffee covered with milk chocolate.It didn't seem to be a novelty for me.It's probably because I've tasted almond toffee and milk chocolate before.This time,it's just like combining those things together!I was googling daim,and found out that it's always available at IKEA.If you're around,you should get one to try.It's not like a refined chocolate,but it's more like a tasty pastime candy.I almost can guarantee that you won't be disappointed.