Asda Smart Price Milk Chocolate Reviews
Product Type: Asda Chocolate
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Milk / Type: Chocolate / Brand: Asda
Newest Review: ... Smartprice that recieves a negative response from the average shopper, yet if they were to try some of the Smartprice ... more
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 116 readings)
So some people may have noticed that I do like my chocolate. I'm not a snob though. I'll be happy to enjoy a nice Hotel Chocolat product or scoffing, like I am today a value bar of chocolate. Saying that, I'm trying to save money and it was only 30p for a 100g bar. The packaging is nothing special just white and green with only the word 'Milk' to distinguish it from the 'Dark' variety. There's no real aroma when you open the packet even when you lift it to your nose which is quite disconcerting. It's a nice looking chocolate though. It's quite a light brown, almost glossy colour which does make you want to try it. Mouth wise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I love to make fairy cakes with my nieces and nephews and for my fiance but I like to try and do this as cheaply as possible. In the past I have purchased basic or value chocolate (milk and dark) and then melted it down with a little water and used it to top off my sponge cakes. This 'Smartprice' bar of Milk Chocolate is currently available from Asda for just 27p and this usually tops around 30 cakes. The packaging is basic but then I'd expect nothing more. It has the familiar Asda green and white colour scheme that I will always associate with cheaper products now. The chocolate is in squares and there is nothing fancy to it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I know it's basic, I know it's cheap, I know there's not much of it...but I love this chocolate! Like most people, I'm a big chocolate lover. And no one can really dispute the quality of Galaxy and Thorntons etc. But while in Asda a little while back, I decided to give their Smart Price range bar of Milk Chocolate a go. I was only using it originally to melt down and put in a cake I was baking. But curiosity got the better of me and I tried a couple of squares. And then a couple more. Until I had to go out and buy another bar. I'd tried Asda's own brand chocolate before, but never from their Smart Price range. I was amazed by how good it tasted for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Behold, the mighty bar from Asda. I`m a big fan of shops own brand goods and they usually take me through January. I find the pacaging boring and up interesting if you have a cupboard full, but have found sometimes you dont have to compromise on taste. I bought this big 100 gram bar for 27p at my local Asda, i`d like to point out that a little bar of chocolate goes for approximatly 50-60p these days so it represents excellent value. When you first open the bar, green and white now (not red and white), the aroma of chocolate hits you and its nicely preserved in a foil layer inside. You break off a piece and pop it in your mouth, I expected it to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/12 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Ok i am a big fan of chocolate and try not to go too mad on the stuff as i am trying to lose the middle tyre! anyway i decided on my weekly shop to asda to get some smart price chocolate because i keep popping round to my local shops and buying twix, twirl and galaxy which is starting to rack up a fare price by the end of the week. So here we go Asda smart price chocolate bog standard packaging white and green tells you on the front that it is milk so not to confuse with the dark, 100g tells you no hydrogenated fat no artificial colours or flavours so what am i gonna get for my tiny priced 30p bar? I open up the wrapper and peel the foil off like ... Read the complete review
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