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Rademaker Milk Chocolate Sticks with Orange

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Brand: Rademaker / Type: Milk

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      05.01.2010 21:35
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      A winning combo!

      I mentioned on my Dilmah Moroccan Mint Tea review that we were recently on the receiving end of a Christmas hamper. I think my favourite product in there was this delicious little Dutch delicacy. Rademaker are a Dutch food producer and these Milk Chocolate sticks with "Italian" orange were sublime.

      I immediately noticed that the box oozed style and finesse but I'd never heard of Rademaker and just assumed it would be a rather average batch of chocolate sticks with orange flavoured biscuit or jelly inside. Oh, how I was wrong - these have definitely shot right up to the top of my list of chocolatey snacks and is probably my favourite non-Cadbury's product at the moment.

      The chocolate is delicately formed and the sticks look soft and britle, they are actually quite durable but they don't have the same heavy duty look as Cadbury's fingers.

      Chocolate and orange is an instant winning combo but I'm all to used to eating biscuits with an orange jelly layer and these are certainly superior to those, the milk chocolate is extremely creamy and the orange strong and flavourful but somehow subtle too, it's an awesome experience to let it melt in your mouth like they do in the adverts but realistically you'll be chomping away at them and the pack will be gone in no time which is such a shame because they are definitely worth enjoying slowly and on an occasional basis.


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