KitKat Two Fingers Orange Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Snacks
Description:Brand: Nestle / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... is nice but think this is my favourite one. The mix of Chocolate and Orange is just right. Sometimes i've seen this ... more
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
I'm the first to admit that Kit Kat's aren't the most exciting concept of Chocolate. Chocolate and wafer? Nothing much to it is there? But you don't need something fancy to enjoy a bit of Chocolate surely. I think I prefer the flavoured Kit kat's more than just the normal Milk Chocolate ones. The Mint Chocolate is nice but think this is my favourite one. The mix of Chocolate and Orange is just right. Sometimes i've seen this available in the 4 fingered pack, but hardly ever. The 2 fingered pack is a long running flavour. You get these in pack of 9 and they cost around £1.40. Can sometimes be picked up on a 2 for £2 offer with some other Biscuit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I am a typical girl who loves chocolate and eats it every day. My latest chocolate of choice are KitKat's of the orange variety. *PRICE AND AVAILABILITY* These have been available in every large supermarket for a while now, and are sold in multipacks of 10 for around £1.60 (depending on the store). I bought my packet from the Co-op as they were on special offer for only £1 - 10p per biscuit is a complete bargain! *PACKAGING* The biscuits are packaged in the trademark red wrappers with the very recognisable KitKat logo on it. Because these are orange flavoured, they also have a picture of a few oranges on it too. I like the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Kit Kat! It's one of those classic chocolate bars that has been around for absolutely yonks and will probably continue too. It was first created by those gods of everything tasty, Rowntree's of York in 1935 when a factory worker put a suggestion in the suggestion box asking for a snack 'that a man could have in his lunch box for work.' I'm not sure why there weren't any snacks he couldn't already fit in his lunch box but hey! Kit Kat bars are sold all over the world in countries like, USA, Spain, Australis, Japan, India and of course good old blighty. There are many varieties including some absolutely fabulous flavours in Japan such as Cherry Blossom, Mango, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I've just bought a 9-pack of these two-fingered orange KitKats from my local Co-op. I cannot remember whether I've had these before, but I just couldn't resist. My chocolate cravings were going off the charts! Anyway, I've always enjoyed a KitKat and although my passion for them tends to lean towards the Chunky ones, I am still more than happy to partake of these delectable nibbles. For a start, as a 9-pack they are reasonably light, so will not add any burden to anyone's shopping bags. This is particularly relevant for me because I either walk or take the bus. You also know that you will be able to treat yourself to 9 cups of tea or coffee and relax with an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I've found two fingers of KitKat will satisfy my chocolate cravings without the guilt of bundles of calories, so when I found my local supermarket had packs of ten two-finger KitKats on a BOGOF, I chucked two packets in my trolley quick. One normal KitKat, one orange. I can't remember ever having an orange KitKat before, so it was with a bit of trepidation that I opened my first. On opening the foil, you get a faint whiff of oranges. So far so good. The snap of separating the fingers is good and clean, bringing a aroma of chocolate and orange. The taste? Like a KitKat that's been rubbed with an orange. The chocolate is light and sweet, with the ... Read the complete review
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