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 packs then y... more
Colourful and Sweet
Asda Rainbow Buttons
Member Name: Donf18
Asda Rainbow Buttons
Advantages: Great value for money
Disadvantages: not real chocolate, but good none the less
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 like. I normally plump for the three different buttons varieties and I'm never disappointed with my purchase.
I think the 70g pack is just about right since any more and you could quite easily make yourself sick and any less and you are begging for more. Each button is yep you've guessed it, button sized and is topped with lots of crunchy hundreds and thousands, they look very pretty and they taste pretty good too. I think if you have kids then you could spend 3 quid and get nine bags which would be pretty much a guarantee to keep them all happy for a long time.
There is no way as I said that the white stuff is chocolate but it is both sweet and creamy, not quite as nice a the Nestle milky bar, but then it doesn't cost nearly as much either. I think at 39p they are good value and even at my ripe old age I still like a packet now and then as I watch TV, plus my little doggie is quite partial to them. Yep a good buy.
Summary: A nice little bag to dip into during a good movie.