Asda Smartprice Chocolate Eclairs Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... the case of these particular éclairs a helping of dry chocolate flavoured something or other inside. Where the Cadbury ones ... more
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I enjoy a nice chocolate éclair, that is the sweetie rather than the cake although I am partial to the cakes too, anyway, I digress. I do enjoy a good chocolate éclair but these smart price ones are anything but good. For anyone that doesn't know a chocolate éclair is a toffee sweet with a helping of chocolate inside it or in the case of these particular éclairs a helping of dry chocolate flavoured something or other inside. Where the Cadbury ones have a very nice tasting toffee outer and a delicious Cadbury chocolate inner these ones have a rather sticky toffee outer that tastes more of sugar than it does of toffee and a powdery chocolate flavoured ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Whilst browsing in the sweetie section of my local Asda, I came across these and bought them mainly for the price - 32p!!!!!!! What a bargain. I absolutely love toffees, so I gave these a go. I was pleasently surprised as I was not expecting something really tasty for such a cheap price. The toffee part itself is a nice golden brown colour, not too soft but not too hard - don't worry you wont break your teeth when eating these. It does become chewy when eating, but won't stick your teeth together (great for those with false teeth - this has been tested by my dad.) It has a lovely creamy, rich taste, that isn't too sweet or sickly and has a lovely smooth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Now I'm quite partial to a chocolate éclair or two (or three) and I'm also quite a fan of Asda's own brand of sweets. For that reason and that reason alone I splashed out the 32p to buy myself a bag of their chocolate éclairs. Asda's Chocolate Éclairs come in a very plain and therefore rather cheap looking bag. The bag itself is made of plastic has is green and white in colour with a clear sweet shaped window that allow you to see the plain wrapped sweets inside. The name of the sweets in question is then printed on the front of the bag in along with the information that the sweets contain no artificial and no hydrogenated fats as well as the fact that they ... Read the complete review
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