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      10.04.2009 21:08
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      A nice yoghurt, shame about the price.

      I do enjoy the Muller yoghurts and I've been having the Corners for years. The first time I knew about the Amore yoghurts was when they were on offer in the supermarket. Being a big fan of strawberry yoghurts, that was the flavour I tried.

      The Amore yoghurts are different from other Muller yoghurts. They are thicker than a Muller Corner and smoother and creamier than a Muller Light or Muller Rice. It has more of a fromage frais about it than a yoghurt. And at 150g per pot, it is quite a good size.

      The only downsize with this yoghurt is the price, which can be quite expensive. The best thing to do is look out for special offers at the supermarket. Morrisons and Asda have done 3 or 4 for £1 in the past, Asda and Sainsbury's have done 5 for £3, while Sainsbury's have offered a pot for 34p, which is a pretty good price for a yoghurt.

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        15.06.2008 21:32
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        I only wish I had picked up a few more free samples!!!

        Last week I was fortunate enough to go to the BBC Gardeners World Live in Birmingham, which this year also hosted the Good Food show too, a great opportunity to see new products, and best of all sample them too, yum yum!

        Apart from your regular cheese, sausage, chocolates and alcohol samples, there was a stand giving out sealed tubs of Müller Amoré Yoghurts, there were several flavours on offer, we managed to get a tub of 'Vanilla', and a tub of 'walnut and greek yoghurt with honey.' Not being too keen on honey I chose to eat the vanilla one and that is what this review is for.

        The flavour of this yoghurt is actually Vanilla with dark chocolate flakes; this is pictured on a spoon on the lid, below the Müller logo, and above the Amoré name. The lid is a dark blue foil lid, which peels off really easily. (Design looks different to picture above, but shape is the same.)

        The plastic tub is not the regular dimensions you would normally find yoghurt in; this tub is shallower at only 4cm high. The width of the pot is larger though and measures 9.5cms, so you still get plenty of yoghurt to devour. The pot colour is dark blue with pictures of vanilla flowers, vanilla pods and chocolate shavings. It also contains all the product information, for those of you who need to check figures for diet etc.

        When you peel back the lid, you can really smell the vanilla, in an enticing way, the yoghurt is a creamy colour, and there are many chocolate flakes throughout the yoghurt.

        Ready with my spoon I scoop out a mouthful and love what I'm eating; The yoghurt is really creamy, it has a lovely taste of vanilla, which is not too strong, the chocolate flakes add texture and flavour which compliments the yoghurt really well. It has a slight sweetness, as you would expect from a dessert. Whilst eating this, the vanilla yoghurt reminded me of the Müller crunch corners, especially the vanilla one with chocolate balls, as the flavour was so similar; this yoghurt though is far creamier.

        The chocolate flakes were dark chocolate, I feel that this combination worked very well together, if the chocolate had been milk, then you wouldn't get the same flavour or quality that Müller would have been looking for when designing this product. The design looks more superior to other yoghurts you see on the selves.

        Although I don't eat yoghurts that often, I will definitely be buying more of these, they are currently on sale for 68p or 5 for £3. This is more expensive that other yoghurts of the same size (150g,)
        Other flavours include: Spanish Orange, Morello Cherry, Walnut and Greek Honey, Mediterranean Peach and Strawberry.

        For those of you who like to know Ingredients and Nutritional Information (if not please feel free to skip past)

        Nutritional information:
        Per 100g
        Energy 710 KJ
        170 kcal
        Protein 2.7g
        Carbohydrates 18.4g
        of which sugars 17.2g
        Fat 9.5g
        of which saturates 5.9g
        Fibre 0.2g
        Sodium trace

        RDA (per serving)
        Calcium 135 mg 17 %


        Ingredients:
        Yogurt, Whipping Cream(18%), Sugar, Water, Cocoa Mass,
        Corn Flour, Cocoa Butter, Lemon Juice from concentrate, Natural Flavourings.
        Dark Chocolate Flakes (3%)

        Contains Milk
        Suitable for Vegetarians, and Coeliacs

        Overall a creamy, indulgent yoghurt that leaves you wanting more. I would say the only negative I have is that it doesn't really look like the picture on the lid, as it is a creamier colour and the chocolate is mixed with the yoghurt not sitting on the top.

        Thank you for reading my review, why don't you go and try one, and tell me what you think.

        Nicola xx 15/06/08

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          24.02.2008 22:26
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          I bought 3, and I will have to share them !

          As usual on my weekly shopping trip I was on the look out for anything that was on special offer and would make a nice change. I, like most people love a bargain and get quite excited about finding something we haven't tried before, sad I know, but I'm quite easily pleased.

          A promotion that caught my eye was in the chilled section, It was a very attractive display of beautifully coloured tubs.

          Muller Amore' yogurts, the flavour I bought was Morello cherry.
          The tub is approximately 4 inches wide and 2 inches deep. They contain 150 g. It has the Muller Amore' logo on the front with Morello cherries next to logo and has a cherry coloured background.

          The various different flavours are coloured to reflect the flavour. They had Lemon, Orange and Strawberry with Vanilla. I must admit they all looked very tempting.

          The price when not on promotion is 68p each, the offer I found was 3 for £1. What a bargain !

          So for the taste test...

          I peeled back the lid and straight away I could smell the Cherry. The yogurt was a pale cherry colour. I put my spoon in and was impressed by the thick and smooth consistency. Straight away I saw quite large pieces of Morello Cherry.

          The taste is creamier than I have ever tasted in a yogurt. It almost reminds me of moouse. Absolutely delicious.

          As I carried on eating I was disappointed that I was coming to the end.

          Although I'm not a lid licker, I must confess I scraped every last little bit off the lid with my spoon.

          As you will see from the ingredients they are not healthy but they are very tasty for a special treat.

          144 calories per 100 grams.

          Ingredients
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          Yogurt
          Whipping cream 18%
          Morello cherries 10 %
          Sugar
          Glucose-fructose syrup
          Modified maize starch
          Vegetable extract carrot, beetroot, red sorrell
          Acidity regulator
          Sodium citrates
          Flavourings
          Contains milk
          May contain whole cherry stones.

          Keep refrigerated.

          Muller was first established way back in 1896, in a small Bavarian village.

          However this particular range the Amore' luxury dessert yogurt was launched in 2003. I wish I'd noticed them before !


          For a treat I would pay full price for them.

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            20.07.2005 07:28
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            Not up to Mullers usually high standard

            I am normally impressed with Muller products, especially the Fruit Corners but despite the impressive looking packaging, I was extremely unimpressed with this latest offering.

            The one I tried was the Black Cherry with Amaretto, I believe they do a couple of other flavours which I don't think I will be trying.

            It comes in a sort of purpely coloured pot with a picture of an indulgent looking mousse topped with succulent black cherries against a background of a sunset on a bay and some boats. By the look of the pot it promises a taste sensation but sadly doesn't deliver.

            It comes in a 345g pot and states that is a "deliciously creamy vanilla mousse layered with black cherries in amaretto sauce". The reason I bought them was that they were on offer at 3 for £1.00. I bought three of the same variety as I usually like cherry flavoured deserts. That was a mistake as I still have two sitting in the fridge, hoping that someone else will eat them!

            To open them you peel back the top and the smell of cherries hit you full blast. So far so good! However the sauce is somewhat bitter and if you were expecting some nice chunks of cherry, sorry but you will be disappointed. There are only a few scraps that vaguely resemble cherries. Underneath the seemingly endless sauce there is a vanilla mousse that can only be described as tasteless, the sauce overpowers anything else anyway. To me, layered means more than mousse with cherry sauce on the top. This was very disappointing and I didn't even finish the pot before it was hurled in the bin.

            To any of you that enjoy this product, sorry but this is a solely a personal opinion as I don't think Muller have excelled themselves with this one.

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              20.06.2005 09:45
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              On a gently sunny Sunday I was wandering round my local Tesco when I managed to lose my fella… he’s gone off down a sensible food aisle while I was gazing at something impractical and shiny. As usual when this happens (quite a lot, now I come to think about it) I stood out of people’s way to on side of the centre aisle and waited for him to come and find me. While I was loitering and dodging mad trolleys I glanced down and saw a BOGOF offer

              On closer inspection I found it was for a new creamy yoghurt. Now, I am trying to diet and I know I should have low fat yoghurt, but it is disgusting and at least creamy yoghurt has to be better than a pile of chocolate bars, so I thought I’d look a little closer. Müller had brought out new yoghurt. Oh yum! I have always enjoyed their corner yoghurts and rice pots. There were two flavours available in my Tesco, one being cherry… euch! I have never enjoyed cherry flavours. But the other… oh! Hold on a minute! It was billed as “luxury yoghurt with walnut and Greek honey” so with no further ado I popped two into the trolley

              I completely forgot all about my impulse buy until I got home from work the next day to be greeted by paeans of praise from my chap for my excellent taste in puddings. It turns out that this yoghurt is close to divine. Well, having just polished off a delicious roast dinner I was feeling full up and magnanimous (one does, when one hasn’t had to cook) I said that I may eat mine later but if not I’d leave it in the fridge and he could have it the following day

              Tuesday morning arrived and in my bleary way I shoved the pot into my lunch bag and trotted off to work. At lunchtime I had demolished my salad and was in the mood for something sweet. Time to try my Amoré. The pot is a nice low chunky style, which I prefer to the thin taller pots that I am always worried I’ll send flying. This feels stable and although it is plastic it has a feel of cardboard that reminds me of tubs of ice cream in cinemas bought from the usherette when I was small. The lid is easily peelable foil; none of this mucking about with plastic that won’t release the contents.

              I was quite surprised when I first saw the contents I was expecting Müller’s usual bright creamy white and this looked a grubby beige come magnolia. The walnut has been chopped very finely so only small specks show; it looks a little like the speckling that comes from natural vanilla pods. But the smell soon overcame the odd look! That warm summer afternoon aroma of good quality honey livened with a fresh creamy yoghurt tang was so enticing. The consistency is very similar to other Müller yoghurts and coated the spoon without dripping off and felt like soft custard in my mouth. The flavour was superb the honey was a gentle undercurrent of taste that complemented and caressed the cream of the yoghurt. The walnut taste was very subtle, just a hint to add another note to the flavours and aromas wafting around my mouth and nose.

              After I had finished, sadly all too soon, the main flavour that remained was of honey. Not cheap honey, but very classy homemade and bought on a fine hot foreign holiday honey. For just a few short moments I felt transported to foreign climes, with hot summer winds and the gentle drones of bees in the background

              I have to confess I do feel guilty when I think of my poor long suffering chap wandering happily to the fridge and finding it bare. But I shall be stocking up and buying this again, and again, and again! Totally scrumptious!

              Oh, and the calories? I only looked after I had licked the pot clean! 226.5 Per pot and 8.6g. Not sure how good that is as I am only a beginner dieter!


              On closer inspection I found it was for a new creamy yoghurt. Now, I am trying to diet and I know I should have low fat yoghurt, but it is disgusting and at least creamy yoghurt has to be better than a pile of chocolate bars, so I thought I’d look a little closer. Muller had brought out new yoghurt. Oh yum! I have always enjoyed their corner yoghurts and rice pots. There were two flavours available in my Tesco, one being cherry… euch! I have never enjoyed cherry flavours. But the other… oh! Hold on a minute! It was billed as “luxury yoghurt with walnut and Greek honey” so with no further ado I popped two into the trolley

              I completely forgot all about my impulse buy until I got home from work the next day to be greeted by paeans of praise from my chap for my excellent taste in puddings. It turns out that this yoghurt is close to divine. Well, having just polished off a delicious roast dinner I was feeling full up and magnanimous (one does, when one hasn’t had to cook) I said that I may eat mine later but if not I’d leave it in the fridge and he could have it the following day

              Tuesday morning arrived and in my bleary way I shoved the pot into my lunch bag and trotted off to work. At lunchtime I had demolished my salad and was in the mood for something sweet. Time to try my Amoré. The pot is a nice low chunky style, which I prefer to the thin taller pots that I am always worried I’ll send flying. This feels stable and although it is plastic it has a feel of cardboard that reminds me of tubs of ice cream in cinemas bought from the usherette when I was small. The lid is easily peelable foil; none of this mucking about with plastic that won’t release the contents.

              I was quite surprised when I first saw the contents I was expecting Muller’s usual bright creamy white and this looked a grubby beige come magnolia. The walnut has been chopped very finely so only small specks show; it looks a little like the speckling that comes from natural vanilla pods. But the smell soon overcame the odd look! That warm summer afternoon aroma of good quality honey livened with a fresh creamy yoghurt tang was so enticing. The consistency is very similar to other Muller yoghurts and coated the spoon without dripping off and felt like soft custard in my mouth. The flavour was superb the honey was a gentle undercurrent of taste that complemented and caressed the cream of the yoghurt. The walnut taste was very subtle, just a hint to add another note to the flavours and aromas wafting around my mouth and nose.

              After I had finished, sadly all too soon, the main flavour that remained was of honey. Not cheap honey, but very classy homemade and bought on a fine hot foreign holiday honey. For just a few short moments I felt transported to foreign climes, with hot summer winds and the gentle drones of bees in the background

              I have to confess I do feel guilty when I think of my poor long suffering chap wandering happily to the fridge and finding it bare. But I shall be stocking up and buying this again, and again, and again! Totally scrumptious!

              Oh, and the calories? I only looked after I had licked the pot clean! 226.5 Per pot and 8.6g. Not sure how good that is as I am only a beginner dieter!


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