Marmite Very Peculiar Milk Chocolate Bar Reviews
Product Type: Marmite Chocolate
Newest Review: ... which actually made me gag causing even more confusion. Although I love Marmite for me this is so wrong wrong wrong. I love ... more
by - written on 16/03/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Why I bought this. I love marmite, on toast, mixed with baked beans, in cheese sandwiches even mixed in with mashed potato. My other half thinks I am weird, and he does have a valid point there, but I am always on the look out for unusual flavour mixes so, when I saw this whilst browsing a 'novelty' gifts site (one I saw reviewed on Ciao as it happens) I had to try it. I have tried many different flavoured chocolate bars from Spicy Chilli to seriously salty Bacon - yes really! Deciding I had to buy this was the easy part, finding it at a sensible price was a tad more challenging. Price and availability On investigation I saw that this is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/12 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Marmite chocolate bar. A friend who knows I love Marmite products recently gave me a selection of Marmite goodies for my birthday. I thought I would be in heaven with all these lovely products. In the selection there was this bar of Chocolate. How very perceptive of her I was really chuffed. The bar weighs in at 100g and is packaged inside a black cardboard box with the words VERY PECULIAR on the front just below the Marmite logo. Inside the box is the chocolate bar wrapped in a yellow plastic type covering with the words marmite printed all over it. It also goes on to tell you that there is a hint of Marmite indulgence. A perplexing treat that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Marmite chocolate - Very Peculiar HAPPY BIRTHDAY - WHAT CAN WE GET YOU? It was my husband's birthday recently and one of our offspring added a bar of this chocolate to his present as he is a huge Marmite fan. I always have to have two jars of this black spread in my cupboard as we cannot run out of it EVER. Every morning that we are at home this is hubby's breakfast, four slices of Marmite on toast and if our granddaughter is here she loves to steal some of Grandpa's toast too. I was brought up on Marmite and peanut butter as both these kept quite well in the tropical climate we enjoyed. My children were vegemite kids as we lived in Australia ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Marmite: supposedly you love it or hate it. I, however, am one of those 'very peculiar' people who are indifferent to the taste of it. I don't dislike it and would eat it on toast or in a sandwich if somebody served it up to me, but at the same time I wouldn't go out of my way to buy it. However, when I saw a bar of 'very peculiar' Marmite chocolate in Selfridges' food hall, I felt that I had to give it a try. I'm no chocolate snob and am perfectly happy with a Kitkat or a bar of Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut, so I was a little apprehensive about spending £2.99 on a 100g bar of chocolate that I probably wouldn't even like. Nonetheless, I figured I might give it a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I am told that I am a hard guy to buy for, so I usually end up with lots of little presents that I neither want nor need and this bar of chocolate definitely falls into that category. Because Marmite is never on the menu in our house, I was only too happy to offer this round the family. In fact, I made them taste it. It comes in a sexy black cardboard wrapping and the 100g chocolate bar is sealed in foil on the inside. It is this foil that keeps the smell in - a smell which is noticeably strong on opening but which soon fades once the packet is open. Unsurprisingly, there was still some left after 3 days because none of us really liked it ... Read the complete review
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