The Irish people have very strong opinions on many things - but they're particularly passionate about their chocolate.
Go into any newsagents and you'll find a vast selection of chocolate bars and treats to choose from.
Every single option has its fans - with one person's final selection box pick bound to be someone else's first.
For today's Hard Shoulder, Newstalk's Henry McKean put the big question out there: what's your favourite chocolate bar?
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The Twitter poll showed Cadbury's Dairy Milk as a clear favourite, but many put forward their own suggestion - with particularly strong showings for the likes of Fry's Chocolate Cream, Bounty bars, and different varieties of Turkish Delight.
Henry also took to the streets to ask people to nominate their favourites.
Here are a few of the nominees, and what their fans had to say about them...
Golden Crisp - "It's just the crisp... it melts into your mouth... when the crisp comes, you can chew it like there's no tomorrow."
Galaxy - "It's nice and creamy... just for special occasions."
Terry's Chocolate Orange - "The way you rip off the silver paper. You know what it's lovely with? White wine. I share it with the wife."
Fruit & Nut - "I like having it all."
Why do Irish people love chocolate so much?
Aisling Walsh from Butler's Chocolate told Henry: "I think the Irish have always had a love affair with chocolate.
"People of my generation... we grew up eating bars of chocolate mixed with bars of crisps. As time has gone on, our tastes have evolved.
"Probably in the 1980s, the Irish consumer developed a taste for more premium and luxury chocolates... Irish people really do love their Irish chocolates."
She suggested it remains an "easy, inexpensive and affordable way" to treat yourself.