Milka Happy Cows Chocolate Reviews
Product Type: Milka Chocolate
Description:Brand: Milka / Type: Milk
Newest Review: ... 100g of chocolate that is easily split into individual chunks. The chocolate is literally a cow print of mainly alpine milk ... more
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Milka Happy Cows
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Last Update 10.12.2013 06:13
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I have always loved Milka's creamy texture. It reminds me of being at Primary School and receiving some gorgeous Chocolate that my friends dad brought back from his trip to France. I have tried and loved other bars from the range so was delighted to try out the new 'Happy Cows' Milka bar which I received as a freebie from Milka. What is Happy Cows? Happy Cows is a traditional Alpine Milk Chocolate bar with white chocolate which bears the resemblance of a cow print design, with the milk chocolate being the main part of the bar, with the white chocolate bearing the the big splodges of cow print. Taste test I adored this bar. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Moooooooooo! *About the Product* Milka was created in 1901. It is a range of chocolate bars made by Kraft Foods and made from milk from cows who graze in the Alpines. There are currently 6 varieties in the range and the one i am reviewing is called Happy Cows. Happy Cows is milk chocolate with white chocolate added to it. *The Packaging* The bar of chocolate comes wrapped in a resealable lilac packet. One the front there is the name of the bar, a picture of the Milka cow and a picture of the chocolate aswell as a calorie content indicator. The back of the packet gas the ingredients, company details, nutritional information, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I first discovered 'Happy Cows' in Stuttgart when I was 15. Over in Germany (and I presume other German speaking countries) it's known as 'Kuhlflecken', which roughly translated means cow markings - an apt name for a product which resembles the coat patterns of your average cow! Milka isn't sold as widely in the UK as it is on the continent, where it's as common or even more so than Cadbury in places! You can only really get it here in a few varieties; I've seen Happy Cows, normal milk, caramel and once the biscuit sandwich one. This is a massive shame considering there is a huge range of varieties! As with all Milka chocolates, the distinctive violet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
After trying out the Milka Carmel variety in this range and absolutely loving it I just had to go back to Sainsbury's to grab another bar cos at the offer price of 47p a bar (for a 100g which is 15 chunks!) as I knew I had to grab one fast! There are several varieties available in this range and as I had tried the caramel I decided it was time to move and try something different (though I have to admit even though I did so I bought another caramel one too at the same time....well they were on offer lol). The Packaging: Lilac coloured plastic oblong wrapper and on the front there is a small cow on there with the word Milka written across ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Milka - a brand of chocolate which has been in existence for over 100 years - although they are now owned by those evil food giants Kraft (boo hiss for shutting down Cadburys) I first had Milka ski- ing. There is something about expending all that energy whizzing down the slopes and then putting all the calories straight back in by eating loads of chocolate. Milka is an Austrian Brand and if you watch any of the skiing world cups you will always see that it is sponsored by Milka - see chocolate must be good for you. Ingrediants Much like other milk chocolate brands there is lots of cocoa, milk and sugar. Very few nasty ingrediants ... Read the complete review
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