Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Rabbit turds with taste
Cadbury's Crunchie Nuggets
Member Name: deano76
Cadbury's Crunchie Nuggets
Date: 18/03/03, updated on 18/03/03 (288 review reads)
Advantages: Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
Disadvantages: They look horrendous, They are fairly expensive
Hmmm, I'm bored, I'm skint and I'm bloody well hung-ry (sorry bad pun), so I need to eat something and write an opinion to earn some more pennies.
<Disappears for a few seconds while he rummages round his cupboards for something to write about>
Aha! Hiding in the back of our unbelievably empty pantry was a packet of dried sp*nk and bogeys (parsley sauce mix), horrid sour spoggs that Mel eats and a glorious bag of Cadburiy’s Crunchie Nuggets.
So, here are my findings:
////// Packaging \\\\\\
Okay, there has been some squabbling lately about the need to include the product packaging description in your opinions. Well let me put all of you perfectionists out there at ease. HOW THE FR*GGIN HELL ARE YOU GUNNER KNOW WHAT I’M WRITING ABOUT LOOKS LIKE IF I DON’T EXPLAIN IT?
Christ! I could be telling you about something that you may find appealing but when you go shopping you won’t be able to tell the difference between my product a pack of recycled bog rolls.
Right, rant over, here is the description, Cadbury’s Crunchie Nuggets are in a deep purple foil bag with a big gold explosion on the front and rickety red writing. The bottom of the packet is brown to symbolise the chocolate. On the back is all the usual crap, ingredients, an advertisement for Cadbury World, a block of text telling you how proud of their product they are, yaa de yaa de yaa de.
///// Taste, Look & Smell \\\\\\
Hmm? On opening the bag you are greeted with a nice sweet chocolate aroma with gets your puss tubes flowing in your mouth. The actual appearance though is a tad off putting to say the least and this then turns your puss tubes back off again. Honestly, they look like you have just driven through the countryside and collected a bag full of rabbit droppings, little brown, knobbly, lumps that would make your average hutch rabbit proud. So on to the taste, well, I like chocolate and I ju
st have to remember what they are made out of as I pop one into my facial abyss to avoid making myself wince as I chew my cud. <Crunch>
Mmmm, Rabbit crap aside, these taste bloody marvellous, very sweet and crunchy and so Moorish that I’m going to scoff the whole bag to myself. They are simply small pieces of the same honeycomb that you would find in a Cadbury’s crunchie bar coated thickly in Cadbury’s chocolate.
So, the taste and smell are top notch and they are quite heavy for what they are as well, it’s just a shame they look like rabbit turds.
\\\\\\ Price & Availability //////
Cadbury’s Crunchie Nuggets are available from almost anywhere and the prices do vary from place to place but at the moment they are on a special price direct from the manufacturers at only 99p for a large 160g bag. Now is a good time to stock up as they are usually between £1.20-£1.49 a pack.
////// Nutrition Information \\\\\\
Yes, as with all Cadbury’s choccies there is one major flaw, the calorie count.
There are 455 calories in 100g of these nuggets and 16.4g of fat so if you are trying to avoid that spare tyre around your waist getting any bigger then these things are very sinful indeed. But hey, as a treat they are well nice.
\\\\\\ Other Information //////
Cadbury’s Crunchie Nuggets are NOT suitable for young children as with their small size they can quite easily become lodged in a child’s throat, adult sweets only then. They may also contain nut traces so if you are allergic, then be warned before you pluck a bag off of the shelf.
////// My Final Thoughts \\\\\\
Well, if you are into chocolate in a big way, like I am, then these things are absolutely yummy but you have to remember, they are only tiny versions of Cabury’s Crunchie bars. If you bought three whole Crunchie bars, then you would have roughly the same weight as in a packet of the
se but at a cost way less. They’re only a gimmicky product, so if you pay £1.49 for a bag then you are basically a total sucker and Mr Cadbury will be rubbing his filthy rich little hands together. I don’t think that at 99p though, they are quite that bad and would gladly buy them again.
Or if you are really short on cash, you could always catch yourself a wild rabbit and you would have yourself an endless supply (Not sure if they would taste the same though) lol.
Thanks for the read.