Asda Rainbow Buttons Reviews
Product Type: Asda Chocolate
Newest Review: ... buttons I guess is OK They retail for the modest sum of 39p for a 70g bag but should you in your wisdom decide to buy 3 ... more
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I guess if we are going by the rules Asda rainbow buttons are not really chocolate, being that they are white. It seems though that be it chocolate or not that nice sweet white stuff is getting more popular, it is springing up in all kinds of sweets, so arriving as white buttons with hundreds and thousands, and being called rainbow buttons I guess is OK They retail for the modest sum of 39p for a 70g bag but should you in your wisdom decide to buy 3 packs then you get all three for a quid. Also you do not need invest all your pound in one variety there are quite a few to choose from. Including plain white buttons, milk chocolate buttons, Cherry Lips and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I have a bit of a sweet tooth and I just love children's type chocolates and jellies and the likes, so asda`s range of their own make sweet products are a big hit with me and none more so than their Rainbow Buttons. These sweets are basically a white chocolate shaped button with many tiny sugar balls on them, the buttons being white chocolate are of course white and the colour comes from the tiny coloured sugar balls that cover each and every button. I remember these as a young girl and they used to be brown chocolate with the coloured balls and were known as skiffle discs if I am not mistaken. The chocolate on those ones and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/08 (Very useful, 207 readings)
Once again it is a bag of Asda's children's sweets that I am going to review. The bag in particular is rainbow Buttons, which I must admit I really enjoyed eating. Then again there are very few Asda brand sweets that I haven't enjoyed eating. The sweets come in a 70g bag and cost 37p but can be bought with any other 2 bags of Asda's sweets in this range for £1, making them even better value for money. The bag in question stands out quite while and is in my opinion quite funky. It is deep pink in colour and has a picture of a gold pot on the front with rainbow buttons jumping out of it. I suppose this is to signify the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. To ... Read the complete review
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