Cadbury Snaps Honeycomb Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... pack is a nice purple colour, just like the Dairy Milk colouring. The tray the Chocolate is on is in a foil bag as well, so ... more
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
These are a brilliant product, with the high quality that we have come to expect from Cadbury but also a combination of great taste and a texture to die for. However, they are quite unhealthy and are expensive compared to alternative products. The packaging is very good, with a nice design and branding that follows the usual Cadbury style, making it easy to recognise on the shelf. The text is quite clear, but on the bright background it can be hard to read sometimes. The product is always fresh, and intact, with plastic and cardboard protecting them. The packet is easy to open, and can be closed again keeping the product crisp for a couple of days. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I like the Cadbury's Snaps range, but mostly stuck to the Mint ones. I like Honeycomb though and when they were on offer in Asda a month back for £1 a pack, I just had to have them - in the name of research of course! The pack is a cardboard box which is kinda rectangular. The Chocolate sits in a black plastic tray which has a few different sections and the Chocolate is stacked up on top of each other. The pack is a nice purple colour, just like the Dairy Milk colouring. The tray the Chocolate is on is in a foil bag as well, so they are certainly kept nice and fresh. I didn't count the Chocolate pieces in here, but would hazard a guess there would be around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Cadburys in my opinion are the market leading brand of confectionary and everything they do seems to taste amazing. I love the taste of dairy milk and any product with Cadburys logo on it seems to lure me into buying it! I tried the Cadburys mint snaps round a friends house a loved them, I saw these and bought them hoping that they would be a cross between those and a crunchie bar! I was not disspointed. The snaps come in a long thin box, which is recyclable. Within the box is a plastic tray which the stacked up snaps fit into. The snaps are thin wafter type pieces of chocolate in a similar shape to a pringle (crisp). They fit easily into the mouth and crumble ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Useful, 26 readings)
I came across these Cadbury Honeycomb Snaps at Tesco for the first time a few years ago and since I already liked the other varieties, I just had to try these new ones out. I think I paid £1.50 for mine but they might be a bit pricier than that now with inflation and all, also, I might have bought these as part of an offer, which could have made them cheaper. These chocolates come in a purple Cadbury cardboard box with a dark brown plastic tray inside where the chocolates are stacked and wrapped in a plastic film to keep them fresh and air-tight. The chocolates are wafer thin and almost pringle shaped and have bits of honeycomb that you can see ... Read the complete review
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