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Tesco Christmas Milk Chocolate Puddings

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Brand: Tesco / Type: Milk

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      23.11.2009 19:28
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      Yummy Christmassy Chocolate Treats

      I brought some of these in Tesco last week and was quite impressed with them even though I didn't think they was as good as the milk chocolate coins I've been buying for the last couple of weeks.

      The puddings are solid milk chocolate and are wrapped in foil that is designed to make them look like mini Christmas puddings. They look wicked but if you're buying them for little kids you'll have to watch out because the balls of chocolate would be a choking hazzard.

      The chocolate is good quality, it's smooth and creamy and melts easy in my mouth. It takes quite a while for the ball to melt because they are quite big and that's why I don't recommend them for very young children because as the chocolate melts the balls go a bit slimey and they could accidentally swallow them.

      I was surprised at how strong the cocoa flavour was in these balls of chocolate because supermarket chocolate is usually quite greasy tasting, but these puddings taste proper nice and are quite rich considering this is milk chocolate and not even a big brand milk chocolate.

      You get 9 or 10 chocolate puddings in each net and they cost £1.20, when I brought mine I saw that some of the netted chocolates were on buy one get one free offer but I'm not sure if these were included or if it was just the coins. They're worth £1.20 though because they're mega chocolatey and yummy.

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