Horlicks 'Extra Light' Malt Chocolate Drink Reviews
Product Type: Horlicks Soft Drink
Description:Just add water!
Newest Review: ... to follow the instuctions on the back) and then added hot water. I stirred it until the powder had dissolved and I was left ... more
Customer Horlicks 'Extra Light' Malt Chocolate Drink Reviews (9)
by - written on 14/01/08 (Very useful, 716 readings)
As someone that has trouble sleeping due to neighbours from hell and alot of pain in my spine I've tried everything to get some sleep however I'm still up all hours. I've tried kalms, Nytol, Lavender oil, sprays, bathfoams the whole damn kit and cabudle. At the end of the day nothing works. Forget the advertising, save your pennies and take my hint. Eventually you exhaust yourself out and you do nod off but just not to order if your an insomniac lol I do think that stuff can relax you a little. With me I do get relaxed then a thud from next door at 3am and me trying to move position in my pit and I'm soon less relaxed lol The one thing that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/08 (Very useful, 273 readings)
I decided to sit down and watch a film with a cup of hot chocolate. What could possibly go wrong? Firstly the film I decided to watch (The Shape of Things - free DVD from... well, I'll tell you at the end after you've read my review. It shall be your treat!) was possibly the most boring film ever made. Secondly the hot chocolate sachet (also free) contained, pretty much, brown food colouring with gritty bits. The sitting down bit went swimmingly though. One could be led to believe, from the above, that free things are generally rubbish - but this isn't true. The only other conclusion to be drawn is that Neil LaBute does not make good films, and that ... Read the complete review
by WackoStepho - written on 06/02/11
I love hot chocolate and had never tried horlicks before as I thought maybe the taste would be too bland and bit well...yuck. I saw the Horlicks Extra Light Malt Chocolate in my local Tesco's and thought that it may taste like malteasers! That night I eagerly spooned a couple of tablespoons in to my mug (I'm not really one to follow the instuctions on the back) and then added hot water. I stirred it until the powder had dissolved and I was left with something that resembled beige milk, the malt smell wafting off it was rather pungent and if I'm honest I found the smell alone to be very sickly. I perservered and sipped some of the liquid from my mug and found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I was never allowed Horlicks as a child as my mum hated anything malty. But since moving out of home, fending for myself, buying my own groceries it's allowed me to experiment with so-called "malty" things. I was having trouble sleeping and so I thought I'd give it a go. Packaging Awww there's a sleeping moon on it. The box itself is quite ingenious, lightweight, pretty much self-contained and looks like it will be easy to recycle within the house. The only problem I had was i picked up the box and it then proceeded to spill on my kitchen floor. If I have any mice in my house they will have a good night's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/08 (Very useful, 380 readings)
I've started having a hot drink in the evenings now when I settle down to relax & watch my favourite soaps on TV as it seems to stop the 'munchies'. I drink tea & coffee all day so have been trying to find the perfect drink for these long winter nights which is not too sweet but fairly satisfying. I've tried the top brands of hot chocolate but found them all too sugary for my taste. On Wednesday I saw Horlicks extra light malt chocolate for sale in Superdrug & thought I'd give it a try as I've always liked their original drink. This one is extra light & you just put 3-4 teaspoons of the powder into a mug, add boiling water ... Read the complete review
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