Product Type: Nestle Chocolate
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Soft toffee chewing
Member Name: blossomia
Advantages: Lovely chocolate and soft toffee combined
Disadvantages: Stick to your teeth easily
Nestle Rolos are great for chomping on when the mood takes you; these are a great tasting equivalent to chewing toffee I would say.
These come in a brown tube with gold foil at either end, the rolos are stacked next to each other tightly in the roll so you get a few for your money. The rolo itself is a chewy toffee caramel covered in thick milk chocolate, with a couple of rolo circles on each individual rolo. The logo on the outside of the packet has the rolo words looking like they are....well..."rolling" I suppose.
Five 52 gram multipack with 5 tubes in will cost you around £1.49, these cost around 45p individually
About the Taste?
These are fairly chewy what with the soft toffee inside, these taste really good and once the chocolate flavours kick in these taste even better, these do get stuck in your teeth a bit but they will do being toffee I suppose.
Traffic lights has the sat fat and sugar levels at red and the fat as yellow and salt as green
A great tasting toffee treat, plenty in a tube to offer round your friends
Summary: Great tasting soft toffees wrapped in thick chocolate