Carte D'Or Chocolate Inspiration Reviews
Product Type: Carte D'or Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Carte D'Or / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... is called Chocolate inspiration and you will definitely get some inspiration from this, believe me. The ice cream is ... more
by - written on 05/07/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
My inspiration. Carte D'Or is one of my favourite brands of store bought ice cream and I happened upon this flavour by chance and now it's definitely my favourite in their product line. Carte D'Or is a Unilever brand and according to the Unilever website Carte D'Or was first marketed in 1978, based on propositions that the flavours were natural and unadulterated and that it used ingredients of high quality. In 1990 Carte D'Or was launched in the UK & Ireland. Oh my gosh, if you like ice cream and you like chocolate then this is definitely the dessert for you. The ice cream is called Chocolate inspiration and you will definitely get some ... Read the complete review
by WackoStepho - written on 27/08/10
Yes my dears, I am an ice cream addict so I shall be indulging you today with yet another review - this time on Carte D'Or Chocolate Inspiration ice cream. Even the name is enough to get your tastebuds going eh? Well, where do I start? This certainly is a luxury ice cream! Chocolate Inspiration is a rich chocolate ice cream, a heavenly vanilla ice cream and a divine chocolate sauce all swirled together in one tub of lovelyness complete with dark chocolate pieces scattered on the top, mmmmm! You're probably thinking that this is one fattening desert and that if you so much as look at it you'll gain half a stone - wrong! Per 100ml serving which is around 2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
After trying the Greek Yogurt and Honey Carte D'or a while back I decided to sample a second flavour.... Packaging: Carte D'Or's Chocolate Inspiration comes in a 900ml / 500g, oval shaped, predominantly see through tub. It has the usual Care D'or logo & a picture of some chocolate ice cream in varying shades of brown on the lid. The bottom of the tub contains the ingredients & the nutritional information along with a few other pieces of information. The product describes itself as:- "Chocolate ice cream made with dark chocolate pieces (19%) (made with 70% cocoa from Ecuador) and vanilla flavour ice cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/11, updated on 27/07/11 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I love ice-cream regardless of the weather, and Carte D'Or has always struck me as a bit of a special ice-cream, reserved for particular occasions. Whilst it's not something that I buy often, it's a brand I trust to produce high quality treats and you can often find them on offer in the supermarkets. This product is described as being : Chocolate ice cream made with dark choc pieces (19%, made with 70% cocoa from Equador), vanilla ice cream containing choc pieces, swirled & topped with choc sauce (19%) with a sprinkle of dark choc. I probably should have read this before picking it up, but I was in a rush and it was on offer, and I presumed at first it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
This is a lovely ice cream, its as ice cream should be in my opinion. I only rarely eat the stuff so when I do I try to get the decent stuff. The product comes in an oval shaped hard plastic container that is transparant apart from the labels and has a gold rim which gives the impression of a luxury item just waiting to be gobbled up. This is great but the packaging is hardly environmentaly friendly so I would have been happy with a cardboard wrapper personaly although the container is aparantly recyclable or could be used to store items in. This is the 500g/900ml version. The taste is luxurious and very chocolatey, I would say it is more ... Read the complete review
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