Options Hot Chocolate Mini Sachets Reviews
Product Type: Options Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... to measure out the correct amount of powder, just open, tip into a cup and add boiling water. I have tried numerous ... more
Customer Options Hot Chocolate Mini Sachets Reviews (70)
by - written on 19/03/08, updated on 19/03/08 (Very useful, 186 readings)
I only ever brought the Belgian Chocolate variety of Options hot chocolate because I always worried about buying a full jar of the other flavours in case I didn't like them. I have always wondered what the Mint and Toffee flavours were like but as I am quite particular about flavoured hot chocolate I didn't want to waste money on a full jar that might have been thrown away after one tasting. I was happy when I was shopping in Sainsburys a while ago when I saw that Options are available now in single serve sachets and only cost 27p each. This means it is a perfect way to sample different flavours of the hot chocolate without spending a fortune. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/08 (Very useful, 131 readings)
I'm always on the look out for nice chocolate based treats, and if there aren't too many calories involved, well that's all the better. This goes for drinks as well as food. A couple of weeks ago when I was perusing the shelves of my local supermarket I spotted these little Options hot chocolate drinks at only 40 calories per drink, and only 25 pence each (or 3 for £0.69 at Tesco currently). I've made the mistake of buying a big container of hot chocolatey drinks before, only to find out that they don't taste good and they just gather dust in the cupboard. This is what attracted me to these sachets, the chance to try out different flavours before ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I am a chocolate freak and love a nice hot chocolate in the evening. Due to loving chocolate as much as I do, I have of late put on a bit of weight and have started a calorie controlled diet. These Option sachets are perfect for this. I dont have to measure out the correct amount of powder, just open, tip into a cup and add boiling water. I have tried numerous flavours, the white chocolate I was most horrified with, I dont know if I had a bad batch or not but it wouldnt mix with the hot water properly, tasted chalky and horrid. Needless to say I didnt finish it and will not buy it again. The mint and chocolate varieties are definatly my favorite, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I am a complete chocoholic but am trying so hard adapt a healthy lifestyle at the moment, but the chocolate issue causes a problem with this. A colleague at work suggested that I have one cup of Options hot chocolate a day as they are only 40 calories which is around a 1/3 of the calories of most chocolate bars, but it means I still get my chocolate fix, so I have been doing this for a while now. I started off using Options chocolates I tended to have the chocolate fix at work so the little sachets were really handy for taking to work and when you can get them on offer for 4 for £1.00, you know you are getting good value for money. There are many ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Around 6 months ago I stayed in a hotel due to having booked tickets to see a show in Birmingham, upon arrival I sat down with a cup of tea and it was the worst cup of tea I have ever had. It didn't even taste like tea so the tea bags must have been the cheapest crap they could find! Needless to say I traipsed off to the end of the road and found a Tesco express, obviously I didn't want a full box of tea bags as they would go to waste as I was only there overnight so in my attempt to find just a few tea bags in a box I stumbled across Options Hot chocolate. The hot chocolate came in very small sachets so I decided that it'd be better to buy a few of the sachets as you ... Read the complete review
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