Cadbury Boost Stix Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... get what I'm saying. The biscuit is a sort of shortcake as often favoured by Cadbury. Crucially, it's in small little balls ... more
by - written on 24/01/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
When we were in London last week, my sister and I stopped by Covent Garden specifically so we could go to CyberCandy, a wonderful shop full of otherwise hard to find chocolate and sweets (there's also a branch in Brighton and another in Birmingham, and they have a mail order website too). One of the things I got to try was Boost Stix, freely available in Australia and specially imported into the UK for, well, people like us. Two chocolate fingers containing biscuit and caramel...so like a Twix, but not. This bar is made by Cadburys and the fingers are long like in a Twix but also slightly rounded, like the top of a in a regular Boost. Each one has a multitude ... Read the complete review
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