Cadbury's Timeout Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Snacks
Description:Type: Biscuits / Milk Chocolate Covered Wafer Bar with a Milk Chocolate Centre (Two sticks)
Newest Review: ... from Tesco where I paid just £1.00 for 9 individual wrapped fingers in a multi-pack. The time out bars come wrapped in a ... more
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 198 readings)
Those of you who are regular readers of my reviews will know that I am a self confessed chocoholic, with bars from Cadburys and Galaxy being my favourites. One of my favourite bars from Cadburys is their Timeout Bars. Timeouts have been on the market since 1992 and has become one of Cadburys most popular bars. Cadburys time out bars are made up of two long, thin finger bars (though recently they have branched out and they are not available as single finger bars). Each bar is made up of a Cadburys flake style centre, surrounded by wafer style biscuit, then covered in a thin layer of Cadburys milk chocolate to finish. Since all the chocolate parts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Most days I work a shift where I can have one hours unpaid lunch so I use this time to come home and have some lunch as it saves me spending a fortune at the works canteen. I usually have lots of snacks in as I never know what kind of food I am going to fancy once I get home so when I saw a packet of 9 x 16g single finger time out bars in my local Poundland for, you've guessed it, £1 I just had to snap up a packet to give me something sweet for after my lunch. A Time Out is made by cadburys and come packaged in a blue & red wrapper which has been unchanged for years now. There are perforations on the ends to make it easier to open and once the wrapper is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I remember having Cadbury's Timeout bars years ago, and although I liked them, I can't say I was ever a huge fan. I picked one up the other day after not having had one for quite a while, and forgot for a second that these are actually wafer. Although Timeout is a popular choice, and somewhat of a classic, I wouldn't say they're up there with Mars or Kit Kat. Over the years, they do seem to have changed somewhat as they're not quite as I remember them to be. That said, they're still tasty and I'll happily buy a multipack next I'm out shopping. Timeout is a product of Cadbury's dating back to 1824, and coming from such a well-known popular company with years of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I really do love chocolate! Today when I nipped to the shop to grab a few essentials I couldn't resist looking at the choccy bars and as usual from me of late I decided once again to miss my favourite Twix and try something new! This bar seems to of been staring me in the face for a few years now but never have I tried one so today was my day for popping that particular cherry! The Packaging: Bright blue foil wrapper which is oblong. On the front of that in large red lettering I'm told it is 'Time Out' and just above that in small white lettering I'm told it is Cadbury and there is a pattern of purple lines on that swished about. On the back of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I remember when these bars first appeared on the shelves - many years ago now I think. Anyway, when they first came out, I demanded them from my parents all the time... and I mean, all the time. They seemed like the best chocolate bar ever. EVER. So, I then went a few years without having any Time Out bars - not sure why, a case of too much too young perhaps? Anyway, recently I picked up a multipack of these bars, spurred on by memories of Time Outs passed, ready to be immersed in a nostalgic chocolatey heaven. And I'll be honest - I wasn't!! I was immersed in a chocolatey heaven, but not really a nostalgic one. The bars seemed very different to how ... Read the complete review
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