Mr Kipling Viennese Chocolate Whirls (Limited Edition) Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Newest Review: ... me feel a bit sick and there was no way I could have eaten 2 like I usually do with Mr Kipling cakes. The pastry is quite ... more
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I've never been mad keen on the Viennese Whirls that Mr Kipling makes because I think they're mega dry and the cream in them is too sweet. Mr Kipling has brought out a limited edition one for Xmas though and they're pure chocolate so I thought I might like these a bit better. I still think they're mega boring though and wasn't mad keen on the taste or texture of the cakes. They're only small but are so sweet that even eating one little cake made me feel a bit sick and there was no way I could have eaten 2 like I usually do with Mr Kipling cakes. The pastry is quite buttery and has got a strong cocoa flavour, usually I'd love that but the taste is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Ah, something new to try and even better still it is chocolate flavoured! At Tesco the Mr Kipling chocolate flavoured Viennese whirls are on offer at £1 for a packet of six until the end of May, so there is plenty of time to have a sampling session. The vanilla jam and cream Viennese whirls are good and these chocolate whirls are a limited edition so they should be extra special. I can only think of one small thing that bugs me about the vanilla variety and that is the size of them, each small soft crumbly whirl is just about gone in two mouthfuls. At just over 16p a cake the chocolate whirls can't be deemed as a dear do and they are made by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09, updated on 18/07/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
On the way home from the school run the other day, I had to nip into Morrisons for some milk. Juggling a 6-pinter and a wriggly toddler, I was pleased to discover that those lovely people at Morrisons had seen fit to leave a selection of Mr Kipling's Chocolate Whirls within easy reach of the checkout. Even more attractive was the 'Buy One Get One Free' sign above the display, meaning that two packs found their way home with us for just £1.35. Each pack contains six tempting chocolate whirls and I was looking forward to tucking into one with a nice hot cuppa. I love Mr Kipling's original Viennese Whirls with their combination of cream and jam and crisp yet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I think that Viennese Whirls are lovely Biscuits. I am fond of the original Mr Kipling ones, and have now tried the Tesco version of them - and these are good as well. Since these have the taste of the normal Viennese teamed with Chocolate, surely they would be the best Biscuit ever? Well no, and I gave my box away. You get 6 in the pack and these were selling for £1.40 in Tesco. The week after I had saw these they ended up on offer for £1 so even more reason to buy them. Packaging was alright for these. The Whirls sit in a plastic tray and they are held deep in the tray with their individual slots. The Biscuits are covered with a wrapper and they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have never been a huge fan of Viennese whirls, however, when I saw these by Mr Kipling, whose items normally impress me, and I saw that not only were they chocolate, which is a bonus, but that they were on a BOGOF offer at £1.55 in Tesco, I thought well why not. The packaging is quite attractive. Mine looks different to what is in the above picture though. It is a mixture of purple and white with the words Special Edition on it. Chocolate Whirls is written in dark brown swirly writing. Each cake has 140 calories. There is a picture of them on the front and they do look nice. Inside is a black plasic tray. They are two soft shortcake biscuits in ... Read the complete review
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