Aero Christmas Tree Reviews
Product Type: Aero Chocolate
Newest Review: ... I have seen these priced at about 4 for £1, or at my local shop 5 for £1. They are made by Nestle, and I know many people ... more
by - written on 13/01/13, updated on 10/07/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Aero Christmas Tree... Being a fan of all things Christmassy, I tend to be the ad man's dream consumer... I will buy anything gimmicky, especially of it's chocolate. This particular product was available in most supermarkets, and sweet shops priced at about 50p each (well 2 for £1), and since Christmas I have seen these priced at about 4 for £1, or at my local shop 5 for £1. They are made by Nestle, and I know many people will avoid them for ethical reasons - however I have to admit to loving mint chocolate. These articular trees are mint aero - a lovely green colour, that is filled with little bits of bubbly heaven, and then covered in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/12, updated on 01/01/13 (Useful, 52 readings)
I'm a bit of a chocoholic and so whenever the festive season approaches I look forward to seeing the 'normal' chocolate bars have their spin on the occasion. Step forward Aero and the almighty Christmas tree shape. I bought my mint flavoured Aero tree on a "2 for £1" offer in Tesco but have noticed , (particularly now that Christmas has been and gone), you can pick them up on even better offers. ****edit ~ now at 4 for £1 in Tesco** The taste is, well, like you expect an Aero to be ~ smooth milk chocolate and those minty bubbles. Often with these novelty things you seem to get more packaging than chocolate but with this, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I am currently trying to eat a little healthier and have tried to cut crisps and chocolate out completely but from time to time I get a real urge for some chocolate - who doesn't!? Rather than buy a chocolate bar I try and get something smaller or something that I can re-seal so I don't eat it all at once. At Tesco a couple of weeks ago I was shocked to see the amount of Christmas confectionary that was appearing, but being Christmas mad I just had to have a look! There were many different chocolates on offer and one of them was an Aero Christmas Tree which were on a two for a pound offer. Aero Christmas Tree is a small single chocolate "bar" which ... Read the complete review
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