Wall's Magnum Classic Reviews
Product Type: Walls Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Walls / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... cream coated in chocolate, which as simple as this sounds, actually makes for a delicious summertime treat. The packaging ... more
by - written on 01/07/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Summer is finally upon us. It's warm outside, perhaps a little too warm. You look for something to cool you down that will also fill you up a little, and is sweet on the taste buds. You reach for a Walls' Magnum classic (well at least I do!). Although I'm usually more of a twister kinda girl, I have been buying Magnum's alot more often as of late, from my corner shop. So what are they like? Well for those who haven't tried any of the Magnum range, the Magnum Classic is essentially vanilla ice cream coated in chocolate, which as simple as this sounds, actually makes for a delicious summertime treat. The packaging also makes it seem quite luxurious, with its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Well spring-time definitely seems to have arrived and hopefully summer is just around the corner. I am already enjoying some icecreams and ice lollies and this week I treated myself and my family to a couple of boxes of Magnum Classic, as they were on special offer. Magnum Classic come in a box of three, generous sized ice lollies. The box is a dark chocolate brown and is nicely shaped, which gives it a distinctive look and feel of pure luxury. Unwrapping the Magnum from its glossy wrapper, I am faced with a thick, attractively shaped block of vanilla ice cream, wrapped in milk chocolate. The chocolate smells very inviting and it makes a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
After filling my face with a totally delcious white chocolate magnum last week when the sun decided to poke it's head out, I decided to relive the experience this week when we had another lovely sunny day. I'd spent the afternoon in a local park with my girls and some of their friends and they had had a lovely time until they reached that brick wall of tiredness that I always fail to see coming. At this point they turned into moany, grumpy and wingey little mites and my very pregnant form struggled to get them packed up into the car so we could return home. I was really pooped by the time I was driving home but when passing a petrol garage, I decided to pop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I had one of these at the weekend, and I had forgotten how good they are. I cant remember how much they cost but I think they can range from about £1.00 to £1.50 depending on where you get them. These ice creams really are delightful, and if you have never tried one, they are really worth a go. I think you can buy a multipack in a box from the supermarket which works out cheaper than the above price though. The individual ice creams come in a foil wrapper, which is easily removable. The magnum classic is vanilla ice cream with milk chocolate around the outside. The milk chocolate isn't as good as cadburys (but what is) but it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Whether it's warm or cold, sun or hail, whether you are happy or sad a Magnum Classic is what you need. Ok, I admit when it's cold and wet it's hard to fully embrace the true quality of a Classic but it still puts you (me) in one hell of a good mood. Once known as the original 1987 Magnum, this chocolate coated ice-cream is packed with nice, tasty, creamy, chocolaty ingredients that are enough to give you a heart attack when consumed too much (my kind of food). The Classic is pretty much what it looks like, vanilla ice-cream in a shell of chocolate and placed on a stick. The two nicest things in the world combined (chocolate and ice-cream, not the ... Read the complete review
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