Cadbury Dark Chocolate Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadbury's / Type: Dark
Newest Review: ... the usual nutritional information and a list of ingredients. A Winning biscuit? Cadburys say ......"One may lead to ... more
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by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
We have had a Christmas bursting with chocolate biscuits! white chocolate, milk chocolate, half covered, full covered, cream filled..... I could go on. However, in my mind, nothing beats a plain chocolate covered biscuit. Therefore this is a review of Cadburys DARK Chocolate Fingers. The Packaging. Cadburys trade mark 'purple' covers most of the slim, rectangular box. Large lettering 'fingers' sit alongside a mouth watering illustration of the chocolate biscuits, ensuring you know what you are purchasing. It also clearly states they are 'dark chocolate'. On the reverse of the 125g box you can find all the usual nutritional information and a list ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Yum! Cadbury's Milk Chocolate Fingers! Yes please. (snatches at the packet) Errrr, I think this ones gone off! Dark Chocolate? On a finger? Are you sure? Let me see that packet!!! Yes this was something like my initial reaction. Have always loved Cadbury's Fingers. And have always had the milk chocolate ones, so I was quite surprised when I popped one of these in my mouth. The tag line on boxes of fingers is 'one may lead to another' however in this case it didn't. It lead to quickly looking for something else to take the taste away! I'm not a huge fan of dark chocolate, but on things like Hobnobs, Digestives and other biscuits I do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/08, updated on 28/07/08 (Very useful, 54 readings)
In my review of double chocolate fingers, I did claim that the original were always best. I'm about to contradict myself here and say that Cadbury's dark chocolate fingers are definitely worth trying too. They're the one variation I give a thumbs up. Obviously, though, it depends largely on whether you like dark chocolate. If you do, great. If you don't - er, well, this isn't for you. At all. Dark Chocolate Fingers are simply that. The regular chocolate fingers covered in dark chocolate instead of regular milk chocolate. The picture above is a bit misleading because the packaging really isn't so retro. It's in the regular Cadbury finger box but with a tad ... Read the complete review
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