Cadbury's Wispa Gold Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadburys / Type: Bar
Newest Review: ... I for one am glad they did. They are yummy!! WHAT ARE THEY LIKE? ---------------------------------- Wispa Golds, like ... more
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by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Cadbury (now under ownership of Kraft) produce various chocolate treats for adults and children. *Product* The Wispa Gold is described as being "textured milk chocolate bar with soft caramel". The original Wispa was introduced in 1983. Wispa Gold was introduced in 1995 and was taken off ours shelves for several years alongside the original. It was relaunched in 2009 and has recently been confirmed that it is back to stay! *Packaging* Wispa Gold comes in a shiny gold foil wrapper which is tapered at both ends. The Cadbury logo is recognisable and the Wispa Gold logo is in huge yellow bubble ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Background: It would appear we have networking sites such as Facebook to thank for the return of the Cadbury's Wispa range. The Wispa Gold bar first introduced back in 1995 retuned to our shelves in 2009, when pressure was brought on the company to re-install it to its successful range of chocolate bars that followed the return of the original Wispa Bar. (Maybe the Mint one will be next?) Price: I bought my 52g Wispa Gold bar from my local Supermarket Sainsbury's who were having a promotion two for 80p. The usual price is 59p, which is a little more than the original Wispa bars that sell for 53p each. Packaging: For ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Cadbury's Wispa gold are a milk chocolate bar, which is filled with bubbles and a caramel centre. Cadbury's were first established in 1824, and have consistently remained one of the leading chocolate manufacturers. Wispa gold were first introduced in 1995, but were withdrawn for lack of interest. A trial re-introduction took place last year (2009) and they have now been made permanent. Wispa gold's are available in all major supermarkets and you should expect to pay in the region of 50p for a standard bar. Wispa gold's are packaged in a distinctive yellow wrapper, with wispa gold written in white, edged with purple. They should be kept in cool dark ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
On the quiet I `m a bit of a secret chocolate scoffer, I go to shop and buy three to four bars at a time, and I eat them all within hours, I would go as far as to say I`m addicted, and if dieting, I eat no chocolate or sweets as I dont do "ones" Lucky for me I`m not on a diet often..I came across these Wispa Golds in my local Co-op the other day, they were retailing at 3 for a £1. So I dutifully picked up my three. On leaving the shop I was inspecting my purchases before opening, I noticed that the bar contained 52g and was textured milk chocolate with soft caramel...mmm. I opened the bar and noticed it was a lovely milky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I have to confess I am a bit of a secret chocaholic. The reason I say this is due to the fact that I have a seven year old son and I being the good parent that I am try to limit the amount of sugary treats that he has on a weekly basis. Hence for him Saturday is treat day only and throughout the week he gets only healthy snacks to eat. Well what can I say he is currently getting his adult teeth and having myself just spent £150 at the dentist for a double filling wish to instill good dental practices at a young age. Hence when I feel like a treat I have to either have them at work or wait until he goes to bed in the evening. I was filling up in the garage ... Read the complete review
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