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A Tupla is a candy bar consisting of nougat, chocolate and some kind of unidentifiable nuts. Similarly to the Twix bar it comes in two smaller bars in one package. The main difference with Twix ((besides the taste) is that the Tupla bars are organized length wise while the Twix bars are orientated in a parallel fashion.

The Tupla is a Finnish invention and solely sold in Finland. It tastes better than any other chocolate based candy bar, and surprisingly it is also cheaper. This is probably because Finland is a socialist welfare state with high tax pressure and all other bars are produced in efficient capitalist nations. No, wait. That can't be right.