Cadbury Snaps Mint Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... is a bright enough box with a picture of a few of the Chocolates on it, and the Cadbury's branding on the pack. These are ... more
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
These Chocolates came out a few years ago. They seem to be that bit cheaper now, which is a good thing. I think that they didn't really take off how Cadbury's were expecting them to do. You get these in a few different flavours, but the Mint ones are my favourite. I like Mint Milk Chocolate. I think these now sell for around the £1,40 mark for the 140g pack, whereas when these first came out they were around the £2 mark. The pack looks alright. The Chocolate bits are stacked up on top of each other and there is 4 sections of them on a plastic tray. The tray is covered in a foil wrapper which is easy enough to open at the end and pull the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I had a couple of mates round last night while I was babysitting my little sisters and one of them brought 3 packs of Cadburys Snaps for us to share because we always have a munch up and a few drinks when we catch up. I've tried Snaps before but I've only had the plain and orange ones so I was pleased that the 3 she brought were the flavours I hadn't tried before. These mint Snaps were delicious and my favourite out of these 3 because they taste so smooth and have got such a delicious minty flavour. Snaps are like Pringles only made of chocolate, when you bite into one it's made of thin brittle chocolate that does make a bit of a snapping sound. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 629 readings)
These were part of my fiances birthday present from my nephews, I very kindly offered to help him devour them :) Snaps are Cadburys healthy(ish) way of presenting Dairy Milk, They are advertised as 'thin and light' and quite obviously contain less calories and fat than a big chunk of a Dairy Milk bar! What are Snaps? ---------------------------------------- To call them a chocolate version of a pringle would be correct on more than one level; they are the same shape as pringles and are just as addictive and moreish!! Described as "thin and light milk chocolate curves" on the box. When you open the cardboard box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I am a big chocolate fan and I love chocolate/mint collaborations - After Eights and Matchmakers are two of my all time favourite chocolates. I also love Cadbury Honeycomb Snaps so when I saw these on offer just before Christmas I happily snapped them up (no pun intended). Snaps are what can only be called chocolate Pringles. In fact I am somewhat surprised that Pringles don't have some form of copyright on the trademark shape and therefore sued Cadbury! They come in 4 flavours - Mint, Honeycomb, Orange and Original, each snap being made up of Cadbury's chocolate which has been flavoured and tiny 'crispies.' They come foil packed for freshness in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/08 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Crisps or chocolates, hmmmm this eating delight is a little confusing. At first sight you might be tempted to put them in a snadwich, but open the packet and you are presented with approximately thirty of these lovely little crisp shaped chocolates. They cost just over £1 per pack (at time of writing £1.09 at Asda) which represents quite good value for money. Cadbury Snaps really are perfectly formed. I can best describe them a very thin chocolates. They have little tiny crispy bits inside, so when you bite them you get the 'snap' effect in their name, followed by the creamy melting chocolate. Plenty of flavours to choose from, either plain, honeycomb, orange ... Read the complete review
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