Terry's Chocolate Orange Sensations Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Chocolate
Description:Brand: Terrys / Type: Orange
Newest Review: ... it as a gift and not something you would treat yourself to. To describe the product I would have to say that it is orange ... more
by - written on 30/12/07, updated on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 214 readings)
As a child I always loved Terry's chocolate oranges and particularly remember the old advertising slogan - 'tap it! unwrap it!' Well, with Terry's chocolate orange segsations you no longer need to tap them, but you will need to unwrap all of these delicious orange chocolates to get at the lovely taste! I love these chocolates as much as I loved the original all those years ago. Segsations come in five different flavours each of which sports a different colour wrapper so you can easily tell them apart! The first colour is dark blue and called 'magically milky' and this is the one which pretty much resembles the original. This one is milk chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Terry's chocolate orange make me feel quite nostalgic as EVERY single birthday when I was younger I would get one of these. I probably hinted for one or said that I liked them when I was out shopping with my mum, hoping I would be bought one there and then. But typically I had to wait a whole year to be given one. Funnily enough even though I am earning now and they are a reasonable price I still don't buy myself one of these as I see it as a gift and not something you would treat yourself to. To describe the product I would have to say that it is orange flavoured chocolate shaped like an orange. The chocolate is actually made up of real orange oils! It is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/09 (Very useful, 266 readings)
The chocolate orange represents Christmas and it is something that I only eat over the festive period. Up until now, I have always stayed away from the individually wrapped segments, deciding to stick to the more traditional 'whole' orange that requires bashing on a hard surface for a few minutes to separate the segments of orangy tastiness. My mother was clearing out her cupboards after the New Year and came across a packet of Terrys orange segsations and since she is on a diet (like she is at the start of every year) she decided to donate them to me. Not wanting to be ungrateful I took them and thought I would give them a try and then share my thoughts with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 241 readings)
For Christmas this year I didn't receive too much chocolate which I guess is a good thing, need to eat slightly healthier (new years resolution I guess). What I did receive in my stocking though was a terry's chocolate orange, I haven't had one of these for years and it's not usually a chocolate I would usually buy for myself, not too sure why that is?! I guess I just tend to associate this round chocolate as something I only eat at Christmas. One of these costs £2.50 depending on where it is you like to shop it may vary. Terry's chocolate orange doesn't only come in milk chocolate orange flavour anymore there's flavours from dark mint ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
We did not get a lot of chocolate this year but we were lucky enough to receive a chocolate orange. I really like chocolate oranges I find them very interesting to look at. They are constructed so well. Terrys' makes chocolate oranges. They cost between £1 up to £2.50 depending on the offers available and the shops you use. I never seem to see chocolate oranges until December when they appear in there masses with loads of different types and flavours. The chocolate orange we received was the bog standard Orange flavoured with milk chocolate. Chocolate oranges come in blue boxes with orange picture and writing. Once you have opened the box you will ... Read the complete review
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