(Just to note, in the interests of full confession ... there are three each of the cherry ripe and peanut butter balls in a packet - making six chocolatey balls all up - and the caramel wedge is huge. Just sayin').
Tart'n'Round's sweetie goodness is rich, almost too rich, but they totally avoid the dreaded "It's good ... for vegan confectionary" tagline. They are just damn good on their own.
The peanut butter balls are peanutty rice bubbles with a sticky binding encased in good dark chocolate, and the cherry ripe balls fulfilled an embarassingly intense yearning for a Cherry Ripe bar that I'd been secretly nurturing for some time and then some (does it strike anyone else as stupid that what should be cherry, coconut and dark chocolate is not vegan?). The cherry innards tasted almost the same as the real Cherry Ripe (as far as I can remember) but less sickly, and had a lovely rough mouth feel contrasting with the chocolate shell.
The caramel slice was perhaps a little too rich, but from what I can remember from the non-vegan ones, they were always a struggle to finish anyway (I said struggle. And I always overcame).
Not only did the Tart'n'Round products I tried taste like a whole lotta greedy-time, as far as I can tell they taste very much like the not-vegan stuff too.
They're a little pricey for everyday eatering, and more difficult to find in VeganVille than in the south-eastern suburbs, but geez Louise, they're worth it.