Nestle Walnut Whip Vanilla Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Chocolate
Newest Review: ... to be able to stick our tongues into the smooth creamy centre. Then we would nibble our way round the textured chocolate to ... more
by - written on 01/07/12 (Very useful, 132 readings)
I was in my local Sainsbury's the other week when I decided to browse the chocolate and sweet section. I was craving something sweet but wasn't sure what exactly so I thought I would take a look to see if anything took my fancy. A blue box caught my eye which were a box of 3 Nestle Walnut Whip. I remember my dad occasionally buying the single one's of these for himself when I was a child and I always thought they looked delicious, especially the fluffy centre hidden in the middle of the chocolate. Nestle chocolate isn't a favourite of mine as I much prefer Galaxy or Dairy Milk, how-ever as I wanted to try these so much I grabbed a box from the shelf and put it in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Walnut whips are a real old favourite of mine. When I was really young the used to be one of my nan's favourites and when she came to stay with us she would often pick up a pack of 3 from Woolworths and share them out with me and my younger brother. Back then they seemed like a really grown up treat but we both used to absolutely love them. I don't think that you seem them around as much anymore and consequently when I do spot them I tend to treat myself to one of these. The are different to anything else on the market and are basically a whirled cone of Nestle milk chocolate filled with a vanilla flavoured creamy whipped fondant and topped with a half ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
It's been years since I had a Walnut Whip, but my kids bought me a pack of three, as part of my goodies for mother's day. I ate one this afternoon, but then started to worry that they are not vegetarian, as it says nothing on the pack about them being so. I didn't worry for long though, as I have no plans to eat the other two, it was just too sickly sweet for me. Maybe it's because I don't eat a lot of chocolate these days, but I couldn't believe how unappetising I found it. Walnut Whips can be bought in a pack of three in Tesco for £1.03. They come in a small dark blue cardboard box, decorated with pale blue swirls and cream lettering. Inside you find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 168 readings)
I have never been a healthy eater and eat far too much sweet stuff! However I bought this walnut whip (well a pack of three) because when I saw them on offer I couldn't resist as I simply have not had one in ages! What is it? A walnut whip is a chocolate treat made by Nestle. I say treat because it isn't a bar of chocolate nor is it an egg. It is shaped almost like a miniature bee hive if that makes sense and if filled with a soft vanilla flavoured fondant. The whip in the title refers to the filling as it really is that consistency that it looks like it has been 'whipped'. The nut in the title refers to a small walnut sat on the top of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 118 readings)
You could have knocked me down with a feather when I read that the `Walnut Whip` was launched in 1910! Apparently it is Nestle Rowntree`s oldest current brand. Walnut Whips are manufactured in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Before 1910 the tantalizing chocolate and nut swirl was made in Dundee by Duncan's of Edinburgh. Over a million imported walnuts are used in the Halifax factory every week and one Walnut Whip is eaten every 2 seconds in the UK. The original chocolate used to have a walnut inside of the shell as well as one on the top. I love them, in fact I will go one step further and say I adore them! Each Walnut Whip has 170 calories and ... Read the complete review
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