Cadbury Chocolate Digestives Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Snacks
Description:Type: Biscuits / Digestive biscuits half covered in milk chocolate.
Newest Review: ... achieve....well, not very much really! I found the biscuits much drier than normal, even my fav cup of tea could not quite ... more
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Cadbury Chocolate Digestives 300g
Cadbury Chocolate Digestives 300g
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I am always going through phases of trying to improve my diet and reduce my bad snacking habits, but the temptation for digestive biscuits is just too great! I usually go for bog standard supermarket own brand biccies, but seeing these Cadburys Digestives set my mouth watering and I had to give them a taste. I found them in Poundland where of course they cost me £1.00. The biscuits come in a simple plastic wrapper, with a rich red and "Cadbury" purple coloured packaging. There is an easy open tear tab at one end, which was a little fiddly to get to grips with but opened up ok in the end. The packaging is not resealable and it's probably best to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I'm a fan of biscuits overall and the chocolate digestive in particular; I normally go for the McVities Chocolate Digestives but while in Sainbury's recently i saw Cadbury's Digestives on offer so decided to give them a go. As usual I'll split my review into sections: PRICE The digestives were on offer - £1 for a 300g pack. I think they usually retail somewhere around the £1.20 mark, so on average are about the same as the McVities Digestives. This is fairly expensive when you compare it to the supermarket brand digestives, particularly the value packs, but there is a noticable difference in taste so i think it's worth the extra money. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 212 readings)
Since I moved out of home (approximately 5 years ago now) my Mum and Dad are really kind and occasionally sent us round a few naughty edible treats! My mum tells me that they are part of a buy one get one free deal of which she will never eat but I am sure it is a case of just spoiling us! The latest treat to arrive was a packet of Cadburys Digestive Half Chocolate biscuits. I have to admit that I had never seen them in the shops before and Mum informed me that she got them from Morrison's as part of the buy one get one free deal. I think the biscuits normally retail at around £1.18 and can sometimes be found on a 2 packs for £2.00 deal. As soon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/09, updated on 03/10/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Aside from your Bourbons and Custard Creams I'm not that fussed about my biscuits. Sweet and crunchy is all that they need to be. I don't usually branch out into brand names but in this sense they were doing a deal where you received a free mug with a photo of your choice on it. Not going to miss a chance at that, who wouldn't want a cup with a picture of me on it? (Don't answer that!) In a purple packet which is easy enough to open the digestives are exactly as you'd expect them to be. About 4cms in diameter, they are a light brown colour with the cadburys logo imprinted on the back. With their recognisable sweet malty taste, the digestive is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Very useful, 200 readings)
I'm a big fan and biscuits and chocolate, so when companies decide to combine them into one, im a very happy bunny. There nothing more relaxing than sitting down with a nice cup of tea and some chocolate biscuits. I normally prefer Mc-Vities chocolate covered biscuits, but shopping last week i came across the Cadbury's variety which where on offer for about 60p a pack. Cadbury's chocolate has to be my favorite, and i was quite surprised that i hadn't come across them sooner, what with the bright purple pakaging how could i not have seen them sooner? ~The taste test~ Opening up the packet i was greeted by the rich warming smell of ... Read the complete review
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