Nestle Aero Mousse Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... resist! If you're expecting a review about how fattening / healthy they are, then sorry to disappoint but let's be honest - ... more
by - written on 10/08/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
**Introduction** I have been fond of Aero chocolate for years and was interested to try this new mousse when it came out a few years ago. It had been a while since I had bought these but I saw an offer while I was doing my regular shopping and decided to take advantage of the buy one get one free offer and picked up two packs of four pots. You can also find these in Peppermint Chocolate and White Chocolate which are also available in the offers which you will be able to find in most stores. **The Mousse** Anyone who has tried the Aero Chocolate bars will know about the melt in the mouth texture of the Nestle Chocolate which makes up the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
My family are all big fans of Aero chocolate, especially the mint variety, but I noticed recently that the brand seems to be branching out with different products, such as ice creams and desserts. Many of these were on offer this week at Tesco, so I bought the double bubble ice cream (not currently available to review on Dooyoo) and the mint and choc mousse, or "bubbly dessert". The mousse was on offer for two packs of 4 for £2. I was expecting great things from this product, as I love the taste of mint Aero. The mousse comes in small, 58g pots, which are protected by cardboard packaging. The mousse looks absolutely gorgeous when you open the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I absolutely love these light and bubbly chocolate mousse's from Nestle. As well as the original variety Aero Chocolate Mousse also comes in Mint and White Chocolate varieties. I would say the White Chocolate variety is my favourite. The light white mousse is swirled with a dark chocolatey syrup which gives the mousse a really decadent and luxurious feel. You really can feel the bubbles melt as you let it dissolve on your tongue. You get a good amount in each pot and it is a good size for a after dinner treat. Despite their decent size, I always find myself scraping every last drop out of them with my spoon; they are just that good! Aero ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I am a big chocolate fan and have always enjoyed Aero bars, however I had never been tempted to try the Aero Mousse version, probably because I am not a massive fan of chocolate mousse. Unfortunately on my last shopping order my Rolo yoghurts had been substituted and that's how I ended up with Aero Mousse to try out! Aero Mousse is available in packs of 4 and are currently £1 in Asda. There are also peppermint and white Aero Mousse if you would prefer something a little different. Even though I was very disappointed to not be tucking into my Rolo desserts instead, I noticed that the Aero Mousse is only 98 calories a pot, which is nearly half of the calories in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09, updated on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Aero chocolate mousse seems to be on offer most of the time, so I tend to grabbed some for dessert. I'm not actually eating them on a regular basis, having them once in a while is quite alright for me and those supermarket offer tend to give me a boost to stock up sometimes. PACKAGING Aero Moussse is a milk chocolate bubbly dessert from nestle. It's in a 59g pot. The whole packaging has an outside cardboard same exactly as their famous chocolate bar, the small plastic pot were stuck in a pack of 4 that has a lid that can be pill off. It's quite big compare to other brand's size. VARIETIES Chocolate White Chocolate Mint ... Read the complete review
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