Canadian milk chocolateCrispy Crunch, Smarties (the Canadian kind), Aero, Wunderbar, Caramilk—while the names and textures of these candy bars may differ, they all contain the same unique “Canadian” chocolate taste. Apparently, there is a Canadian preference for a sweeter, creamier milk chocolate, as opposed to the gritty, bitter taste of American chocolate. And while some small American bakeries might offer butter tarts, processed, pre-packaged versions are found at most convenience stores around Canada. In 1913, Frank P. O’Connor opened the first Laura Secord candy shop on Toronto’s Yonge Street. Today, over 100 Laura Secord stores are found across Canada, and while the chain does deliver to the U.S., there are no locations south of the border.