Well this is a first. I've never came across twice baked beans, but i prepped myself for the worst. Read on to find out how i feel!
Flavor: I can't distinguish the flavor. It's a salty. It's sweet. It's caramely? Yes thats right. After much deliberation, i decided that caramel was the flavor. Now this is a full meal for me, not a dessert, and i felt that it took away from the overall quality of the beans. 4/10
Graphics: I had this can next to a can of St. Bernardus beer by coincidence, and the labels were almost exactly the same. A few subtle differences(hes eating a can of beans instead of holding a beer) probably keep this from infringing on any rights. Not very original though. 3/10
Stink: As Bart Simpson once said, Aye Carumba! Within 5 minutes i felt my stomach wrenching, and gas building inside of me had me kneeling over in pain. But boy, this was a religious experience for me. I smelt the stink of god, and it was divine. The moment i hunched over i felt my head pound, and when i finally let out that precious waft of goodness it changed my life. It was glorious. I felt a side effect too. After doing some more research, i learned that the beans are soaked in a very strong liquor, then baked, the soaked again, the baked again. I ate 5 cans of this for the review. The liquor, which i imagined would have been cooked out, hit me very hard. Two birds with one stone. Back to the smell though. Amazing. 11/10
The flavor and design left much to be desired, but the stink more than made up for it. These get my award for Beans of the Year.