KitKat Senses Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Chocolate
Newest Review: ... Bargains. It is of a similar nature to the Kinder Bueno chocolate bar, only with Nestle chocolate and the Kit Kat wafer, ... more
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German KitKat Senses Crispy Wafers - 24 x 31 g
With hazelnut cream, covered with milk chocolate.
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
The only time chocolate is in my house is Easter and when my partner goes shopping, unfortunately for my scales, both has happened recently. My partner came back from Morrisons with a pack of KitKat Senses, now im not going to lie, my mouth did start to water and I couldn't wait to eat the lot but I am regretting it now, after having to do a gruelling workout just to burn a couple of them off. The packaging is in the normal KitKat style, a red packet with the KitKat logo and a picture of the product. The back contains all the boring nutritional information and ingredients. Each bar is preserved in a foil wrapping identical to the outer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
My husband bought me a kit kat senses bar last night when he went to put petrol in his car. I was pleased by his choice, as it is not something that I would choose for myself and therefefore makes for a welcome change. When observing the packaging it is easy to establish that the product is from the kitkat brand. The packaging is bright red, with the famous kitkat logo against a white background. The size of the packaging is quite thin ain width and approx the size of a pencil length wise. There is also a picture of the chocolate senses bar on the front of the packaging, which is great as it allows the consumer to have a very accurate idea of the chocolate bar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I do love my snacks and now I have started college I tend to have something sweet on my morning break for a sugar boost for my brain, lol! One I tried from the canteen is one of my favourite Nestle treats called 'Kit Kat Senses, which is a narrow bar with segments shaped like little mountains along the length! Mine cost 45p but prices vary wherever you buy them from; my mum has bought me these in multi packs from Morrisons before when on offer... The plastic wrapper is a bright red which the brand is famous for and the snack is about five inches long and less than an inch wide, with lovely medium coloured milk chocolate covering a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/09, updated on 16/09/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I tried one of these at a friend's house today. I'm sure you're already familiar with KitKats so I wont patronize you by going into detail about them, other than that they're a thin two-fingered chocolate bar with a wafer middle. Aesthetically, these things look posh and decadent. The sort of thing you might expect a overweight, middle-aged businesswoman to keep in the drawer in her office. However, this look is quite misleading. They are rather expensive and noticeable smaller than a regular kitkat, but still nothing special in terms of product quality, although they are quite tasty. Kitkat senses are essentially just kitkats with hazelnut butter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
The inexplicable urge to eat chocolate was upon me again! Dashing round the supermarket like a rabid dog slobbering at all the delights I could chose from I selected, just for something a little different, Kit Kat Senses. The slim and slender packaging wooed me into thinking this might be a lower calorie chocolate hit that would hopefully be enough to calm my jangling chocolate urging nerves! At 48p I barely winced as I handed over my pennies, knowing full well I was about to make a whole 2p profit out of my review, happy days. Back in the office I had eaten the obligatory sandwich and cup of tea, the chocolate urge had not this time succeeded in making me ... Read the complete review
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