Mars Galaxy Counters Reviews
Product Type: Mars Chocolate
Newest Review: ... £1 i am ashamed to say they are not. I think these were designed to be shared, yeah right thats happening... Now i am not ... more
by - written on 05/02/12 (Very useful, 157 readings)
We had several friends and family around to our house for dinner over the Christmas period and people were very kind and brought little gifts when they visited. One such gift was this bag of Galaxy counters, which to be honest, I had never seen before - I had tried galaxy chocolate but I didn't realise they had other products such as this one. These chocolate counters come in a handy tear pouch, with a resealable tab if you decide to keep some for later - quite difficult and something we certainly didn't manage to do! A 140g bag/pouch of these Galaxy counters usually costs around the £2 mark, however I think they are currently on offer in Tesco for £1. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
Mars Galaxy Counters - 140g hanging bag. This is the newest addition to the Galaxy family. A very welcome addition if I may say so myself. The bag is not completely unlike the Minstrels bag in that it's brown and cream and has the sort of ripple effect in the top left corner. Also in the top left corner is the Galaxy logo. Underneath that is the Counters logo which is a sort of dark pink colour, and the lettering is a nice rounded font, which goes well with Counters, as they are round too! Written just underneath the Counters logo is; "Pieces of pure chocolate pleasure". (Well if Galaxy are going to be right about one thing...!) Then finally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 315 readings)
I was filling up my girlfriends car with petrol last night, and I always find it impossible not to buy a bag of sweets, especially when I'm using her debit card! I came across these Galaxy Counters, I hadn't seen them before, and as far as I'm aware they haven't been advertised much. I picked up a 140gram bag for £2.05. The packaging was the usual Galaxy colours, dark and light brown blended into each other, then in the middle of the pack in purple text, it said Counters; Under that it said 'Pieces of pure chocolate pleasure' There was a picture of two of the counters, they looked exactly the same as Minstrels. The bag is resealable and is easy to open, once ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I was browsing in a shop today for something sweet and found these standing on the shelf, I had never seen them before so I thought that I would pick them up and give them a try! They are amazing and they have to be my favourite type of Galaxy chocolate so far! They are very much like 'Minstrels' but better. I think that they are better because they do not have the crunchy outter shell like 'Minstrels' have. When I ate 'Minstrels' I found that the shell was too crunchy and it hurt my teeth a little, so I am so happy that they have brought out a version just like them but without the shell! They are a little bigger than the 'Minstrels' but are smoother, they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
When I saw Galaxy's new confectionary 'Counters' a couple of weeks back, my first thought was, "oh, they've given 'Minstrels' a new name", as the chocolate discs look almost identical to their better established creamy brethren. However, I later found out that Counters weren't merely a rebranded Minstrel, but actually a re-appearance of a chocolate that was first seen back in the 80's. Basically, the Counter is a Minstrel without the crunchy shell - you could say that it's the Galaxy version of the 'Cadbury's Button', but it tastes better than the Button due to its creamier nature. Currently, the 140g pouch of Counters is available for £2, which is ... Read the complete review
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