Asda Milk Chocolate Buttons Reviews
Product Type: Asda Chocolate
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Milk
Newest Review: ... a bag and liked the quality. I think they miss the overall creaminess of Cadburys Milk Chocolate Buttons slightly but ... more
by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
First off I feel that I must explain that although I am writing about Asda Milk Chocolate Buttons I am writing about the 'giant' ones, its just that Dooyoo have asked me to write that review here instead of giving me a separate link! The other night me and my boyfriend decided to have a movie night. He is a major chocoholic and this was one of the choccy choices he got us to share curled up on the sofa! I love Cadbury's chocolate buttons and so was pleased to see these however I did wonder of course would they be as nice?! The Packaging: Plastic purple bag of which you cut the top off and they reseal with a plastic zip style idea. On the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I have been buying these chocolate buttons for a long time after being recommended them by a friend. *Where From and How Much?* A 70g is priced at 38p. Asda currently have them on a multibuy offer at 3 for £1 (the 3 can come from a variety of sweets and do not have to all be the same). They are available to purchase from Asda stores, fuel filling stations and online at www.asda.co.uk. *Nutritional Info* Per 1/4 pack the nutritional values are as follows Calories - 93 Protein - 1.1g Carbs - 9.7g Fat - 5.5g Fibre - 0.5g *Appearance and Taste* These milk chocolate buttons are round discs, flat on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
When the children come home from school In the afternoon, I allow them to have a little treat. I dont allow them to eat lots of sweets and chocolate, but I do allow them to have a few pieces, in order to satisfy their sweet craving. and also boost their energy after a long day at school. Both My children love chocolate buttons. So when I was shopping in Asdas recently, I noticed Asda milk chocolate buttons and with the extremely cheap x bag for a £1 price tag I thought I would give them a try. The buttons are packaged in a dark blue bag., with a brown circle representing a chocolate button on the front. The ASDA logo is displayed on the product and so is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I usually steer away from the more "traditional" confectionary when I'm stocking up on my grocery shop on the Adsa own brands versions of certain sweets. My reasoning is that often these types of products are not quite as tasty as those from the leading brands so I am left very disappointed. However I decided to give Asda Chocolate Buttons a go just to be slightly adventurous and of course if they were hideous I could still write about it on Dooyoo. ***Packaging*** The Asda Chocolate buttons come in a 70g bright blue bag. This has a red trim so the bright colours stand out of the shelf. The Asda brand is visible on the front of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I like Cadbury's Buttons myself and I am always dubious about imitation buttons. You often find them at the cinema in those pick n mix trays, though the taste always makes my tongue perk up and raise questions! The Asda version of the chocolate button comes in a bright blue pack, you get 70g of buttons in them, so it is on a par with the Cadbury's one in terms of quantity. Bag is easy enough to open provided you don't have wet fingers. Taste: Here is the dubious bit! The taste is of chocolate, so that's a good start! But the chocolate lacks the luxurious rounded flavour that you get with Cadbury. I get the impression that these buttons ... Read the complete review
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