Product Type: Walls Dessert / Yoghurts
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Member Name: Lyndzi76
Advantages: Overall Yummy Ice cream,
Disadvantages: Can be Pricey if brought individually
I know were in the middle of winter but when it's the summer...Man I enjoy a Cornetto!! And the classics are always the best.
Cornetto is made by Walls and are increasingly popular with walls creating more flavours. It was first developed in Italy in 1959 but didn't become popular until the 70's in the UK.
Cornetto is a luxury wafer cone, lined with a thin layer of chocolate and is pre filled with vanilla ice cream. On top of the yummy ice cream are little pieces of chocolate and nuts.
The Cornetto is wrapped is a foiled like packaging with a little lid. On removing the lid the ice cream looks soooo scrumptious. After making your way through the ice cream which is filled the whole way down the cone you get to the end of the cone to find a large chunk of chocolate....So no more boring cone ends.
I normally only have Cornetto's on holidays as a treat and they normally cost approx £1.20 but is rapidly rising.
You can also buy boxes from you local supermarket to being the holiday to home. A box of 6 Cornetto's in a supermarket will generally set you back about £2.50, which is a huge difference!!
An average Cornetto has 180 calories and 10g of fat. Which for how tasty they are I think it's not too bad as a treat.
I would recommend these to anyone who likes ice cream.
Summary: Nice Icecream
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