Asda Whirly Bites Reviews
Product Type: Around the World Chocolate
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Bar
Newest Review: ... for taking to work. The packaging is blue and if you feel self-conscious about this type of thing then they're not ... more
by - written on 19/09/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Whilst in Asda the other night with my parents we wandered down the sweet aisle to pick out something to munch that night. That was when I spotted these Asda Whirly Bites. I'd seen them before whilst shopping and kept meaning to pop a packet in my basket but never quite got round to it for some reason. It was therefore high time I tried them and at a cost of £1 for 10 I thought it was a pretty good deal. Asda Whirly Bites are basically Milky Way's but of course Asda's variety and much cheaper. They come individually wrapped in a bright blue wrapper and then the ten are wrapped together in a packet of the same colour. The main packet then has a picture of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
We usually do our weekly shop in Tesco, but this week we fancied a change so headed off to Asda instead. Generally speaking, we try not to have too many 'treats' in the cupboard, but we always get something to liven up our lunchboxes and give us the will to live back on those long dark days in work. These bars appealed mainly because of the price at first, and I quite like Milky Way bars which sounded similar to the product description. The bars come in packs of 10 and cost £1.15. They are only snack sized but I find them quite sweet so the size isn't an issue, they just give a good sugar rush in the afternoon. The bars come individually wrapped so they're ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
The other day in Asda I was buying stuff for lunch boxes, when I came across these 'Whirly Bites', which is basically Asdas own version of a Milkyway. It cost me £1 for a pack of 10, they also do ones in the style of Snickers and Mars Bars, all at the same price. The chocolate bars themselves are very small, much similar to the 'snak size' bars, being around 2-3 inches each. They are about 1 inch in thickness, so although they seem very small, they are nice just for something sweeter in the lunch box. The chocolate on the bar itself, tastes very cheap, which is almost what I was expecting. It has an ever so slight synthetic 'chocolate' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
My mum picked a packet of these up the other day in Asda because my youngest brother asked if he could have a milky way in school lunchbox. When she returned she pulled out Asda Wirly Bites after my brother asked her why she had returned with as he put it "a cheap brand" she replied because she couldn't find the milky ways and that the "cheap brand" is exactly that cheaper at £1 for 20 fun size bars compared to £2.25 for 20 milky way fun size bars. When it comes to the taste of these little bars there is not much difference if any from a milky way the bars even look the same. Yes Asda may have used slighlty cheaper ingredients but this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
RRP £1 from Asda. These are Asda's own branded Milky Way's. The bag of 20 fun sized treats is only £1 which is incredibly cheap for the quantity you're receiving. The taste of these are amazing! They taste exactly the same as a Milky Way bar for half the price! They're very sweet and have a soft centre. The milk chocolate coating tastes just as lovely. Each bar comes in a blue wrapper which says "hands off my whirly bites" along with a little cartoon image on the front. These are great for kids! The bars are very small, which often means you end up eating more and more of them. Nutritional information *per ... Read the complete review
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