Fox's Echo Bars Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... left 6 years ago now) my Mum bought me these for my packed lunch and my god they are delicious! How they are ... more
by - written on 23/10/07 (Very useful, 155 readings)
Some snacks just seem to defy understanding. We eat them but we’re not quite sure why. We can’t quite put our finger on what it is that makes us go back for more, time and time again. Fox’s Echo bars are one such snack. Fox’s have historically been associated with cheap biscuits and produce many firm family favourites. Echo bars sit somewhere between a biscuit and a chocolate bar. In an original Echo bar a chocolate biscuit base (not dissimilar to the biscuit one might find in a Bourbon cream) lies under a bubbly white chocolate layer with the whole enveloped in milk chocolate. Echos also come in mint and orange flavours the difference lying in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/07 (Very useful, 103 readings)
NEW FLAVOURS I have always enjoyed Fox's Echo bars, but now I have discovered they make them in orange and peppermint flavours too! The chocolate bubbles are simple melt-in-the-mouth and the crunchy biscuit base is a good accompaniment, giving a different texture. CONTENT The content of the biscuit is on the back of the label and states that they contain 45% milk chocolate and 29% white chocolate, and then lists the other ingredients, which I am not going to mention as there are loads of them. The flavouring is not described in detail, but it does add on the label that this contains cows milk, soya and gluten so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I brought a pack of these Echo bars from Fox's the other day and I think I'm getting addicted to them! I don't know why I brought them actually because they have got white chocolate in them and I'm not mad keen on white chocolate but in these bars it's yummy. A Echo bar is a chocolate biscuit not a bar, but it's got a majorly sweet and chocolatey taste so it's loads more exciting than having a Club or something like that. It's a biscuit base with a bubbly white chocolate filling and then it's covered in milk chocolate. The biscuit is chocolate flavoured and it's got a proper nice cocoa taste, it's dead crunchy and crumbles nice when you bite into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Echo bars are produced by Fox's, so you'd expect quality products from a company with such a long history of knowledge, experience and expertise. I'm glad to say these are good quality and very tasty! Echo bars are sold in a multipack of 6 individually wrapped bars and can be found in the biscuit section of most supermarkets and several convenience stores. They're quite popular, though not as well-known as other products within the Fox's or McVities range. The plastic wrapper is dark blue in colour, with lighter blue circles as part of the design to suggest bubbles, complimenting the type of chocolate you'll find inside the bar. A pack of six ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/08 (Very useful, 64 readings)
These bars have been around for a good few years now but I remember them when they were 'new'. Since then, they've undergone a complete packaging revamp - the packets are now a black colour with a green leaf/vine type design which is really nice and makes them look different. However, if you were to go by their looks alone it might be a bit misleading as you'd probably assume mint and dark chocolate! The bars are quite small - a small finger, but quite thick - and come in packs of about 8, each individually wrapped. So if you're still left feeling peckish after one...This is quite useful if you're taking one on the go or can't stop once you have an open packet ... Read the complete review
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