Terry's Chocolate Orange Cracking Hazelnut Reviews
Product Type: Terry`s Chocolate
Description:Brand: Terrys / Type: Orange
Newest Review: ... it doesn't melt in your mouth like other chocolate but I don't think any of the Chocolate Oranges bars melt very well even ... more
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
oThe shop round the corner has been selling some of these Chocolate Orange bars for 20p each this week because they're going out of date in a couple of weeks, I brought £2.00 worth yesterday because I love them so much and haven't seen them anywhere else. This is the Cracking Hazelnut variety and I am reviewing the bar and not the big ball, but they are the same because I have had both it's just the segments on the ball are a bit bigger but not so thick. The chocolate is hazelnut flavoured but you can still taste the orange in it and the creamy taste of the milk chocolate is there buried under all the other flavours. There are loads of tiny bits ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/09, updated on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Thought I would do a review of Terry's Chocolate Orange Cracking Hazelnut. Funny how you can't say "Terry's Chocolate Orange" without hearing Dawn French say, "It's not Terry's its mine!" Oh the power of advertising. Anyways on with me review. History- ~~~~~ A few little facts that suprised me and I thought I would share with you in case you didn't know either- Terry's was one of our grand chocolate making establishments in York from 1823 when John Terry took over the business. He gave it a bold and adventurous reputation by making chocolate lozenges with comments such as "Do you flirt?" stamped on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Every year, without fail, my brother and I each receive a Terry's Chocolate Orange from a friend of our mum's who pops round at Christmas. She usually buys the new version for that year, so I knew that this year I was going to be trying the hazelnut version and was quite looking forward to it. Like all the of the varieties, the 175g "orange" come wrapped in foil and you are instructed to "tap and unwrap". This is always an enjoyable part of the process for me. It's noisy. I like making noise. Plus if you tap it enough to break the segments apart, but not quite enough to smash it to smithereens, you end up with that wonderful orange ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/08 (Very useful, 329 readings)
When we were in town a couple of days ago we saw that our branch of Woolworths was due to close the following day and the prices had been reduced by 60% so we popped in for a look round the few things that were left. I must admit we did both feel rather uncomfortable; it was like vultures picking the last bits off a carcass - very sad. Anyway we took a look round and amongst the last bits and pieces we found some Terry's Chocolate Oranges Cracking Hazelnut. They were reduced from £2.50 to just £1 each so we got one for ourselves and one to put in my sister's Christmas present - no, I'm not shopping for next Christmas! My sister always comes to visit at New ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Why is it I can't say no to cheap chocolate? I only popped into Home Bargains today to get some cheap chewing gum to take on my hols and there starring at me was a bar of Chocolate Orange with hazelnut, RRP 42p begging me to buy it for a mere 15p. Is there anybody out there who could turn down this great offer? So I threw in one to my basket, okay it was 5 but that is between me and you;-) Well the wrapper is yellow with orange and brown writing with the RRP in the corner. So what did I think of my 15p buy. It was fantastic, and to be honest I'd have paid the RRP for it. Upon opening the packet you got the distinct smell of Terry's Orange. And what ... Read the complete review
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