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These are small round pieces of toffee covered in milk chocolate. They are the same idea as poppets but much much nicer and slightly larger. The chocolate coating its self gives a lovely slightly dark chocolate taste, I find myself biting the coating off in my mouth which gives a lovely satisfying bite and I receive the taste, a mixture of chocolate with a slight hint of the toffee taste to start with. Then comes the toffee its self which is slightly hard to start with but soon turns soft and chewy with a lovely creamy taste. Be Warned these chocolates go very fast, the bag or box comes in a nice size but once you start eating these you can't stop and will soon notice you are down to your last 2 or 3 Thorntons also do a similar product that is pieces of differently shaped toffee covered in milk chocolate, these are also delicious but unlike the toffee chocs the pieces can sometimes be too big for a mouthful.
Is Burger King the King of burgers? Well if you compare it too its rivals which are mainly McDonalds and other fast food places then yes is the answer, the burgers here are much thicker than other fast food joints and taste much nicer and far juicer. The double whopper (Which is Burger Kings main burger) comes as 2 flame grilled patties within a sesame seed bun with Mayo, lettuce, tomato and onions. The beef patties are flame grilled which gives them a great flavour. At some Burger Kings you can also get a Triple whopper which contains 3 patties, this makes the beef very overpowering and is a matter of taste as to whether you like that or not (I love it). As far as kids meals go Burger King offer a small meal complete with a toy, they also provide a paper kings crown for you to wear whilst eating so you can eat like a king.
I first tried Coors lite when on holiday in Las Vegas, lite beers are much more popular over in the states so decided to give this one a go. It has a very nice full flavour, it has a much nicer stronger flavour than other beers I have tasted and as a lite beer it does not leave you feeling bloated after having a few. When in Vegas we were drinking it out of bottles and on returning to the UK I decided I would try some over here. Not many pubs in the UK seemed to sell Coors and I found it difficult to find outside of the supermarkets. That was to start off with, I now notice that lots of pubs are starting to stock this drink and is becoming quite popular on tap as well. Being more expensive than your normal fosters or carling beers, Coors is more of a premium beer but that premium cost is reflected in the premium taste.
Having tried a variety of shampoo brands Aussie Mega was recommended to me by a close friend, I was dubious at first due to the high price tag for a product to wash my hair and wondered if this product was really any better than the others out their. Having tried it I now use no other hair product, I found it left my hair feeling really soft and very easy to style afterwards. I would recommend anyone looking for a new shampoo to try Aussie Mega just once, yes it does cost more than other similar products but it really is worth the extra. Although Aussie Mega comes in a small tall bottle I find I need to use much less of the shampoo than I did with other products, this actually makes the small bottle last longer than a larger bottle of another shampoo. The bottle also has a waterproof click lid so is perfect for the shower.
Having previously used my partners Ipad I was looking for a tablet of my own, looking at the budget end of things I decided to purchase an Advent Vega. The Vega is a cheap android based tablet and as such runs all android apps. The screen seems responsive enough to touch but when plugged into mains power a corner of the tablet becomes hot and parts of the screen soon become unresponsive, this happens so much so that the tablet becomes almost unusable when on mains power. The screen its self is also not the clearest, unless you look at it from the right angle the screen becomes very dark and not very clear, it actually appears to work better when turned upside down as the viewing angle seems to make the screen slightly brighter like this. Having owned this for almost a year I find myself using my partners Ipad much more that I do my Vega as the whole experience seems better on this.
Have owned my Toyota Aygo for 7 Months now, have found it a good economic run around. The car is mainly used for commuting to and from work and I regularly achieve over 45MPG driving on minor roads (No motorway driving). Although the car is not very powerful at a 1.0 Litre it can still pull away quite well to start off with, you then feel slightly underpowered when accelerating from 30MPH upto 70MPH for me this is not a problem as I don't feel the need to accelerate any quicker. The inside of the car is very basic with plastic trim that feels very flimsy. The boot is very small but that is to be expected with such a small car and you would only just fit a weekly shop in the boot. The streo is very basic and only plays radio and normal CD's (No MP3 CD's). Having bought the Aygo Blue we also have bluetooth connectivity for making calls and Air conditioning.
Having used my Nokia N8 mobile phone for over 2 years now I have found it suits me perfectly. If you want a phone for basic tasks such as making calls and sending texts, as well as having a great Camera that out performs almost all other camera phones since then this is a great phone to buy. The interface is very basic, but I find this good as it is easy to use and nicely layed out. The GPS broke on mine after a year of use so unable to use the phone now as a Sat-Nav, was unable to find much information on this fault on the internet so don't think this is a common problem. The phone has a nice slide switch on the side of it that is perfect for when my 2 year old wants to talk to Mummy. You can call the phone number, slide the switch and this then locks the screen so he is unable to press any other buttons.