Cadbury's Dairy Milk Apricot Crumble Crunch Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... bar! This bar just isn't special enough to provoke any strong positive emotions in me, though to be fair to the thing, it ... more
by - written on 24/02/10, updated on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I am hearing rumblings from the chocolate world, how reliable I have no idea, that the two bars launched by Cadbury in 2008 to celebrate the 80th birthday of Fruit & Nut - this one and the cranberry and granola bar - may be on their death beds, after not having been a particular hit with the thirtysomething female demographic Cadbury apparently targeted them at. (You do wonder whether anything is ever targeted at people like me!) Whatever the truth of that rumour, it's certainly becoming harder and harder to find these bars in the shops. I found a 200g bar in a local discount shop for a pound, which seemed like good value. From memory, I think the smaller ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I'm not entirely sure that this chocolate bar is readily available. I haven't seen it in any supermarkets or corner shops. I bought mine from a Cadbury's Outlet Store at an out of town factory outlet shopping park. I like trying new things so I decided to buy it. The bar cost me 99p for a 200 gram bar. It has the familiar breakable chunks of a Cadbury's bar & comes in foil packaging to keep it fresh. The bar is Dairy Milk chocolate wrapped around biscuit pieces & dried apricots. It's a very unusual combination. The Dairy Milk chocolate tastes as good as ever. It has a creamy taste with a good but not too strong or bitter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The Cadbury's Apricot Crumble Crunch milk chocolate bar is one of their newest products along with the Cranberry and Granola variety. This bar combines the brand's classic milk chocolate with hunks of apricot and shortbread style biscuit pieces. Whilst this combination of ingredients certainly sounds like a tastebud treat does it actually hit the mark? The bar is packaged in a distinctive orange, old and yellow wrapper with the Cadbury's trademark emblazoned on the front. I purchased a 49g bar as I wasn't sure if I'd like it but these are also available in larger, sharing style bars. Full ingredients are provided on the wrapper. Dried apricots make up 16% of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Dairy Milk chocolate, produced by Cadburys has been a favourite in the UK for decades. For many years, the choice seemed to be the simple bar of Dairy Milk, Fruit and Nut, or Whole Nut.......then a few years ago, Dairy Milk added Caramel, Mint Crisp and Turkish Delight to their range.......yum! And recently, they added a couple of new varieties - one of them being the Apricot Crumble Crunch bar. I love chocolate, I love dried apricots and I love love love crumbles.....so this one seemed to be a sure fire winner for me! The bar is a typical size Dairy Milk bar - 7 chunks of milk chocolate, in a wrapper that displays the famous Cadbury Dairy Milk ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/09, updated on 01/05/09 (Very useful, 306 readings)
---Intro--- I originally wrote this review for Ciao's Product of the Week late last year where I unashamedly admitted that I was only reviewing the Cadbury Crumble Crunch bar as I wanted to get £7 (which I did). Since much of my review was based around the fact that Ciao had got it wrong (no surprises there!) and called it a Cumble Crunch bar (Cumble possibly meaning a variety of things according to the Urban Dictionary), I'm having to cut down my review for dooyoo. ---Cadbury--- I am not going to give you a long history about Cadbury and how in 1824 John Cadbury "opened his first shop, establishing a flourishing ... Read the complete review
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