Asda Orange Flavoured Puffins Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... or mint ones but I cannot even finish one of the orange ones as they are so sickly, even if you really like orange flavoured ... more
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
An Asda Puffin biscuit is the in store equivalent of a McVities Penguin biscuit but they also do them in mint and orange flavour too. If I am honest I really like the original chocolate ones and the mint but the orange ones are not good at all, the orange flavoured cream is way too overpowering and sickly to be enjoyed. The chocolate that covers these biscuits is a decent tasting chocolate and the biscuit part of the snack is crunchy and nice tasting but the orange cream ruins it completely for me. I can eat three or four of the chocolate or mint ones but I cannot even finish one of the orange ones as they are so sickly, even if you ... Read the complete review
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