“ Brand: Twix / Type: White „
Now, I've never seen a white Twix before but today my boyfriend brought one home for me from the local corner shop. The packaging says its limited edition so who knows how long it'll be available for. The taste of this white Twix is completely different to the normal milk chocolate version. The white chocolate somehow makes it sweeter, the biscuit is more delicate and more crumbly in texture, the caramel tastes like the same smooth caramel in the original Twix. I have to say I am a fan of this white Twix and I'm a bit dissappointed that it could be taken back off the shelves before we know it. I have never understood why companies make things limited edition if they prove popular, surely they'd do better to keep it selling off the shelves? The taste is very sweet but moorish. The caramel works very well with the white chocolate and the crumbly biscuit base. Now for the nutritional info - Each finger contains 125 calories (two fingers per pack) 12.1g sugar 6.1g fat 3.6g saturated fats 0.11 salt. Overall I'd recommend this Twix for a sweet fix, for fans of white chocolate especially. Thank you for reading
I came across this White Limited Edition of the regular Twix bar in a shop in Florence and decided I had to give it a go, especially as it was in a "Tutto a 99 cent" shop where I could get about 5 chocolate bars for a euro! I didn't know what to expect from the White version of the twix, I guess I thought that it would be exactly the same but with white chocolate instead of brown. I was quite wrong! Instead of the usual hard biscuit that can be found in a Twix, this white boy had a softer crumblier biscuit with no bite but instead a smooth taste that when combined with the white chocolate and caramel was delicious and created a considerably different taste from your regular twix. It seemed quite sweet but if I was the owner of Masterfoods, I'd be making it a priority to bring this on to the market full time as I was very impressed with it. In fact the only bad news regarding this choccie bar, is it's lack of availability. The last outing it had in the UK was in 2004, so any left over from that period are likely to be more of a green twix than a white. The 2008 limited edition is out in mainland Europe but Florence was the first and last place I came across it and I'm regretting not having bought more!
Twin candy bars coated in white chocolate.