Cadburys Raisin Clusters Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... on the back of the bag. The cereal type flakes & raisins are jumbled together in really random rough little bite-size ... more
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I had some of these a while back, as I like to try everything that Cadburys create because I love their chocolate so much, and any excuse to eat it is a good one. These came out at about the same time that Cadbury started doing their own chocolate covered raisins and peanuts. A bag of these is about 150g and costs £1.89 from Sainsburys, they are on offer at the moment though at 2 bags for £2.50, which is a pretty good deal. The bag has a strip at the top which is resealable but I don't think you would get the chance to reseal it, as there aren't many in the bag. The cluster consists of cornflakes and raisins covered in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/09 (Very useful, 874 readings)
Just imagine that you are employed by Cadbury's and you have to keep on coming up with new and fresh ideas to tempt the customers your way. When you look at all the variations on a theme I really start to wonder how on earth the chocolatiers can still create new and exciting tastes. In my book Cadbury's have to be the number one choice but saying that there have been disappointments along the way, the last box of Cadbury's Dairy Milk chocolates that came my way definitely didn't work wonders for me. Anyway, lets just concentrate on the new range that Cadbury's introduced in April of this year. The new range that has just been launched by the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 209 readings)
We had visitors coming at the weekend and I wanted to get some nice sweets to put out whilst we were sitting chatting during the evening but I didn't want to buy a great big tin or box of chocolates and have some left over that would tempt me to finish them off after everyone had gone. I just wanted something really nice that we could all pick at without any of us eating too much chocolate. I was in Tesco's doing some shopping and saw the new Cadbury bags at two for £2.50 so I decided to get a bag of Cadbury's Clusters and a bag of Cadbury's Raisins. There were also bags of Cadbury's Peanuts too but I am not very keen on peanuts covered in chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Whilst I was buying petrol this morning I saw a large 150 g bag of the new Cadbury's product, Clusters. Dazzled by the large promotional display (and having a sweet tooth) I decided on making an impulse purchase. The chocolate clusters are irregular in appearance and are essentially pieces of cornflakes and raisins moulded together in milk chocolate. The clusters are very moreish, and I have found that they taste very nice if they are stored in the refrigerator first. They are not too crunchy, and are quite small and easy to chew. The clusters do not readily stick to your teeth either. Fans of the Cadbury's Picnic bar will especially like the Clusters as they taste very . Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I am a huge fan of the Cadbury's confectionary range. I believe their products are far superior than any other brand on the market and always taste better than the nearest comparison. I love the taste of dairy milk and any product that involves this is usually a winner in my opinion. I grabbed a bag of Cadbury's raisin clusters whilst topping up with petrol the other day, needless to say, as with all confectionary products at petrol stations I paid over the odds for these. They come in a large 150g bag which was enough to keep quite a few of us going on the journey. We did manage to finish them all, but the downside was that the bag wasn't resealable, which ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Cadburys Raisin Clusters
Cadbury's Mini Eggs - Tasty snack, Non resealable.
Cadbury Clusters - Tastes and smells delicious Relatively expensive and high in fat
Cadbury Bournville Old Jamaica Chocolate - Full rich flavour Calorie content & Ingredients hard to read
Cadbury's Wispa - Nice tasting chocolate, very good quality Very sweet, I don't honestly see the attraction
Cadbury Curly Wurly - they taste good, different from anything else, good value for money quite chewy
|More products in Chocolate|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Dr Oetker Chocolate Hearts|
Good quality, a nice finishing touch for cakes and desserts.
The packaging is a little awkward.
|Asda Milk Chocolate Bubbly Bar|
Ideally sized, and although cheap chocolate, they don't taste like it!
I now have to fight the kids for them!
|Asda White Chocolate Bubbly Bar|
Cheap and ideally sized.
Not very nice tasting.
Tastes great, smooth, thick, creamy
Fat and Calories
|Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocos||Euro Shopper Milk Chocolate|
|Thorntons Milk Chocolate With Tonka Bean|
Only available in small bars/slabs
|Cadbury Twirl Bites|
Yummy, on special offer, good strong packaging, tasty.
High in calories, but then all chocolate is!
|Cadbury Big Race Bar|