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Cadbury's Fry's Peppermint Cream

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Brand: Cadbury's / Type: Mint

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      03.06.2010 10:59
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      Product Description
      Recently I have been cleaning out my garage, now the type of person I am is a bulk buyer. I go to CashnCarrys to buy a case of Pepsi, a case of chocolates, as often they work out cheaper than Tesco. However Tesco is now beating them on some items so I don't go as much now.
      What I discovered in my garage was an open case of Fry's Peppermint Cream and an open case of Fry's Chocolate Cream.
      Now if I think back to a child I always remember Fry's Peppermint Cream as being this high class chocolate that was expensive and I wasn't allowed much of, in comparison to normal dairy milk. I have always held this opinion of Fry's since then.
      Obviously being a child wasn't the last time I had one as I have an open case in the garage, however it has been a year (which means they are getting close to their best before date (not tat I think it matters to much with chocolate especially "sealed for freshness")
      Fry's Peppermint Cream has always been in a green wrapper, however years ago it used to be in a grease proof paper style wrapping, now it is in a foil wrapper, to keep it fresh. This is clearly the case as my Peppermint Cream will go out of date in a few days (well best before date).
      The bar itself is a dark chocolate with a minty fondant centre, it is shaped into 7 small sections. Naturally you first taste the chocolate but very quickly you get a creamy peppermint taste. These bars are very luxurious, which means that you can only eat 1. Any more than that and they get very sickly, very quickly.
      However they are also quite filling, which is good as they are 215 calories for a 50g bar.

      Nutritional Information
      Energy Per Bar 215kcal
      Protein Per Bar 1.4g
      Carbohydrates Per Bar 36.3g
      Fat Per Bar 6.9g

      Overall Opinion
      Overall this is a great chocolate bar, especially for those times when you want to sit back and relax in luxury. A delicious bar of dark chocolate and peppermint fondant. I would certainly buy these again, if I ever run out of my case, although because of how rich they are I would never buy a case again, just the odd 6 pack here and there.

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