Cadbury Koko Chocolate Truffles Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadbury / Type: Truffle
Newest Review: ... style, with a ribbon handle. There are two types of chocolate truffles in this Cadbury's Koko collection - one being ... more
by - written on 07/10/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I had never heard of Cadbury Koko until yesterday, when i received them as a gift from work. I didn't even realise they were cadbury until this morning and thought they were Thorntons or another 'posh' chocolate shop. I have no idea what the RRP of these is, I have a little advert on my screen that says £3.98. £3-4 sounds about right to me. *What are they* Cadbury Koko is a 'sumptuous assortment of smooth milk chocolate truffles, heavenly almond truffles and hazelnut praline truffles'. *Packaging* The truffles come in a small cardboard bag, which looks very smart indeed! The bag is mainly brown with pale blue writing. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Well Im sat here actually eating some of these as I write the review :) I got given these for my birthday by Casper the pet dog (although I have a funny feeling it was my mum who actually purchased them) *** Packaging & Price These tend to cost around £3, I have never seen them any dearer than this. It's a 200g box which I think comes with approx comes with around 14 individually wrapped chocolates. The packaging is quite quaint, it's in a rectangular shaped box, yet when looks at from the side its a triangular shape, as it goes in at the top; you carry it with the dainty pink ribbon also which constrasts the pink on the side of the box. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
The first time I saw these choccies was yesterday, when I recieved some as a gift. I had certainly never heard of them before, seen them in shops, or seen any sort of advertising for them. Koko are chocolate truffles made by Cadbury, but this is hard to tell when you first see them. Where is the bright purple packaging?!? Koko are packaged in a more subdued chocolate brown and salmon pink bag/box, with a pink ribbon handle. Methinks Cadburys are aiming for a more sophisticated market here.... The box boasts "Sumptuously smooth milk chocolate truffles encased in milk chocolate." Mmmm...got my attention there then..... The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 339 readings)
I thought these were really good, nice quality supermarket chocolate truffles. Following many years of receiving Guylain chocolate seashells as 'treats' from my other half, I finally bit the bullet this Christmas and admitted that I've never really cared for pralines all that much, actually. I duly received these Koko by Cadbury Chocolate Truffles as a stocking filler instead. 'Koko' truffles cost £3.00 for 200g in Tescos at the moment, which, given the pretty good quality of the chocolate, I'd say is a reasonable price for them. I didn't count the exact number of truffles you get in your 200g, but I'd say there were 'lots' (at a rough guess, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/11 (Very useful, 132 readings)
We got plenty of sweets given to us at Christmas time from friends, work colleagues, and visitors to our home over the festive period, and we are slowly working our way through them, not that it takes much persuasion. One box of sweets that we received that I was totally unfamiliar with was a box of Cadbury's Koko truffle collection, a box of which will cost around the £4 mark, according to my research online, although Tesco have these currently on offer for £3. THe packaging itself it quite different, and I am therefore quite surprised that I had never noticed these on the shelf of my local supermarket before. The chocolates do not come in your usual ... Read the complete review
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