Marks and Spencer Operetta Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Chocolate
Description:Brand: Marks and Spencer
Newest Review: ... in the cupboard for a few days until I needed a chocolate fix one evening. I intended to eat one...I ate a whole layer. I ... more
by - written on 08/01/08 (Very useful, 1375 readings)
My husband bought me some of Marks and Spencer's Operetta chocolates for Christmas and I've just finished them. I didn't start them at Christmas - I haven't got that much restraint - I only started the box a couple of days ago. They were part of a 'three boxes for £5' offer that M&S were doing for Christmas, but they are available all year round. If you haven't heard of Operettas before, they're pretty much like Ferrero Rochers, but without the cheesy advert. You have a whole hazelnut layered with a rich praline cream (Nutella to you and me) and a crispy wafer, coated in milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts and drizzled with white chocolate. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
...You aint seen nothing yet! I don't normally shop in Marks and Spencers , but today I went past and saw a queue outside the shop . Never one to miss out on the action, I asked someone what the queue was for, and was told the store were running a Penny Bazaar, offering items at a penny to celebrate 125 years . I joined the queue, got in, and spent 5p on a selection of items, and as I was leaving, spotted a little free trial stand with a selection of tasty sweets . Intrigued by some chocolate looking, nut coated objects, I popped one into my mouth, and was informed by the woman behind the stand that they were 'Operetta' and were available in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/08 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Marks and Spencer has really pulled something special out of the hat with these chocolates. They are an M&S take on ferrero rocher but in typical M&S style, they aren't just ferror rocher, they are M&S ferrero rocher. In other words, just that little bit better (ok I know you don't think ferrero rocher can be improved upon - I was just as naive before I tried these beauties!) I cannot quite explain just how heavenly they are - you really must try them. They are about £2.50 for a 200g box and so so worth it! Go on, treat yourself! Not convinced? Read on and I will wax lyrical some more about their deliciousness! I just thought I would do a summary ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Useful, 180 readings)
I was given a box of these chocolates by my Grandmother as part of my 'post-christmas-back-to-my-own-house' hamper. Not being the biggest fan of ferrero rochet (to which they look remarkably similar) they lingered in the cupboard for a few days until I needed a chocolate fix one evening. I intended to eat one...I ate a whole layer. I think that sums it up really! You cannot leave these chocolates alone! The outer layer has a decent coating of milk chocolate with a generous helping of chopped nuts, and a very satisfying 'bite'. Inside you have your wafer shell filled with a creamy praline and a whole hazelnut...rich enough without being sickly. There's nothing worse than . Read the complete review
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