Krakatoa Foamy Fruity Fizz Reviews
Description:A new version of Scottish favourite Creamola Foam Crystals
Newest Review: ... Krakatoa crystals selling for £2.99 in a petrol station which has a sideline in retro sweets I had to have it. Raspberry was ... more
Customer Krakatoa Foamy Fruity Fizz Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/08/11 (Very useful, 262 readings)
When I was a child Creamola foam was a massive treat. A tiny tin of crystals which you mixed to make a slightly fizzy drink with a creamy head. I remember being allowed to make the drink up by myself and it was a huge novelty being allowed to do so. Creamola foam was discontinued several years ago and I have joined Facebook petitions to bring it back but the recipe was meant to be lost. I had heard that there were now copycat Creamola foam drinks on the market so when I spied Krakatoa crystals selling for £2.99 in a petrol station which has a sideline in retro sweets I had to have it. Raspberry was always my favourite Creamola foam flavour and it was this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/11 (Very useful, 368 readings)
If you read the review I posted a couple of weeks ago about Gillian Kyle's website, you will recall that I mentioned how Kyle used the artwork from the packaging for Creamola Foam Crystals - a drink which was a rare treat for me in childhood. My memories of Creamola Foam are all very fond. My mother would only buy it as a treat so we only ever saw it at birthdays or holidays. Creamola Foam Crystals came in a small tub and you would add a heaped teaspoon to a glass of water, stir and wait for the foam to appear at the top of the highly coloured fruit flavour liquid. What I loved about Creamola Foam was the fact it was both fizzy and had foam. The ... Read the complete review
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