Cadbury Bournville Orange Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadbury / Type: Orange
Newest Review: ... seems strange, although I'm sure they have their reasons for this. The texture of the Bournville Orange is excellent; the ... more
by - written on 27/08/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
After reading a review on here I decided I just had to try the new Cadbury's Bournville Orange; I love Bournville chocolate and also adore any type of orange chocolate so naturally I couldn't wait to find a bar to sample. I found it in Sainsbury's eventually a few days ago and bought a large 180g bar to share with a friend who was visiting, if I remember correctly it cost £1.59 although I was so excited at having found it in the first place that I took very little notice of the price! The chocolate bar smells wonderful as I opened the wrapper; the orange aroma mixes beautifully with the dark Bournville chocolate and made my mouth water in expectation of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
As a chocoholic I'll try just about any confectionary on the market. I have tried many chocolates that contain pieces of fruit and/or nuts: the Seeds of Change range and Green and Blacks, for instance. I have always thought of these types of chocolate as a luxury and as a specialist recipe. Cadbury's Bournville Orange is definately a rival to these luxury brands with this dark chocolate and orange pieces bar. The product comes in 180 gram sized bars which are big enough to share if desired. It is wrapped in bright orange packaging. The back of the wrapper is printed with information including ingredients and nutritional values. The chocolate is suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
When I was at the Co-Op recently, I bought a bar of this along with a bar of Bournville Old Jamaica on a 2-for-1 special deal. I don't normally buy chocolate that often, but I was interested to try these new flavours. Although I preferred the Old Jamaica, this variety also exceeded my expectations. Although I am not normally a fan of Cadbury's products, the Bournville range continues to provide pleasant surprises, and apart from a product made by Lindt this is the best orange chocolate I have tasted. Although the dark chocolate is not of the highest quality, it is far better than I would expect from Cadbury and is smooth and bitter. The sweet tang of ... Read the complete review
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