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Nestle Mint Crisp Ice Lollies

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Brand: Nestle / Type: Ice Cream

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      08.06.2010 08:01
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      After promising my kids an ice cream each after I finished work on Friday, I was overjoyed to see this particular ice cream on offer at Asda. The product I will now review is - "Nestle mint crisp". These particular ice creams come in a box of four, with the box holding all the relevant information, brand name, product name, description and a picture of the ice cream held within, though until I scrutinised the box for this review I was surprised to see that it was made by a good brand like Nestle, this was due the cheap looking box! Within the box there are four individually wrapped ice cream lollies. Once unwrapped you initially notice the after eight scent that wafts from the pack, with the coating on the outside of the lolly being dark chocolate and the inner ice cream being mint. The taste is really nice, the chocolate coating is quite thick, though not Magnum cracking thick, but enough to differentiate between that and the ice cream. The ice cream is smooth and tasty, being a nice mixture between creamy and minty, though it was the inner portion that surprised me. When we bought these I did think these were a cheap version of mint feasts, but without the nobble's on the outer layer of chocolate, so of course also assumed that the inner layer was also the same, being solid chocolate. The inner portion on this particular lolly is in fact chocolate ice, not quite ice cream but more a chocolate infused sorbet, which is actually very nice and refreshing in itself, I would be more than happy to have this section as a lolly on it's own! These are of course holding true to tradition, being mounted on the obligatory wooden stick, that I have to rescue from my children once the lolly has been consumed as they tend to chew, and I have visions of splinters in gums! What I would like to see more of though is the jokes that used to be common pace on these sticks, it is exceedingly rare to find these nowadays! The nutritional information is as follows - Per lolly, 205 kcals, 14.5g sugars, 14.3g fat, 11.2g of which saturates, 0.1g salt. There is no allergy advice on this product but does contains a warning that this could potentially stain clothes, but is suitable for vegetarians and preservative free. Price wise a box of 4 x 75ml lollies cost me 97p, which I feel for the quality is fantastic value. For more information visit - www.asda.co.uk Thanks for reading x

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