Product Type: Kraft Chocolate
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Delicious bite-size pieces of Toblerone
Member Name: dippykitty
Advantages: Very moreish, individually wrapped so can be eaten on the move
Disadvantages: Not very healthy
These are currently on offer in my local Sainsburys, so we decided to buy a box instead of the usual chocolate bars. At the reduced price, they were £1.
***What they are***
The box contains little 'packets' of Toblerone pieces, which are all individually wrapped. Each 'packet' has three of the Toblerone pieces to it, as you can see in the product image above if you look closely. There are three different varieties of Toblerone in the box: white, dark and milk. Each have the usual honey and nougat.
I prefer these to the usual bar of Toblerone, which I often find difficult to break triangles off and often come a cropper with the silver foil. As these are individually wrapped, it's just a matter of tearing off the packaging and snapping the triangles off. I like not having to mess around with the foil, and as each 'packet' only contains three small triangles, you could probably fit them into your mouth as they are if you so wish!
Although there are three different varieties of Toblerone in the box, my particular box contains mostly the milk variety. The milk variety weren't very evident, which is a shame as I quite liked those ones. There are quite a lot of the dark variety but I'm so keen on those as they tend to be a bit sickly if you eat more than one at a time. As these are incredibly moreish, that's not difficult to do and you can easily find yourself continuously reaching for the box.
Taste-wise, these are rather delicious. The white chocolate in particular is very creamy and can be a bit sickly after a while. Likewise with the dark chocolate, although it isn't particularly creamy and is on the rich side. The milk chocolate tastes wonderfully smooth. All in all, they are extremely edible. I defy you to stop at one!
According to the packaging, there is 13.5g of sugar and 7.1g of fat (4.2g of which is saturated fat) in each 24g serving. The packaging suggests that this is roughly equivalent to four pieces, so it's not a very healthy way to eat chocolate. Having eaten more than a handful of these this evening during Strictly and X Factor, I dread to think what I've consumed. I'm assuming that a 4 pieces serving refers to four separate packets of three triangles, as there is a note underneath indicating that there are approximately 13 servings per pack.
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