Nestle Quality Street My Caramel Swirl Big One Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Snacks
Newest Review: ... as good as the original sized one, in fact, I found it be way too sweet and rather intense, at the end, it ended up somewhat ... more
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 233 readings)
Out of all the Quality Street chocolates that you get in a box or tin the caramel swirl is my joint favourite with the green triangle, so when I discovered that you could buy a larger version of the sweet-tin option on its own I had to give it a try. I have seen and eaten the large green triangles before and bought my wife the purple nutty one but never the caramel one so couldn't wait to open it. Wrapped in the golden foil as shown above the chocolate is impressively big and quite heavy. Easily 2-3 inches in diameter and about half an inch to an inch at its tallest thick, this looks a substantial treat. Costing around about 50p it is certainly comparable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
The garage by me is selling these extra large Caramel Swirls 2 for 50p at the minute so I thought I'd buy 2 to try yesterday. I think they're a special Xmas edition and are massive versions of the Caramel Swirls you get in boxes of Quality Street. The chocolate is wrapped in foil and is milk chocolate with loads of caramel inside. I wasn't that mad keen on it because the chocolate isn't very good quality and I thought the caramel was much too sweet and that made the Caramel Swirl very sickly. I got into a right mess eating it as well because when you bite through the chocolate it sort of collapses in on itself so that my hands got covered in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
At Christmas I usually get a lot of chocolate bought for the family and me. We usually have tins of this, that and the other floating around everywhere. This year we got a lot of quality streets and after eating a tin or ten of them I realised I had a select few that I always went for first. My chocolate of choice was always the caramel swirl. Strolling into the garage one day and seeing they had big versions of it, my eyes swelled massively. It was 3 big Caramel Swirls for £1 so I bought a few. From outward appearances everything looks the same, it is the same foiled covered chocolate only bigger. You remove the foil to be met with a pretty weighty chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/10 (Useful, 25 readings)
This gigantic version of the Caramel Swirl in the Nestle Quality selection proves that good things often come in smaller packages, as this big version of the caramel swirl isn`t half as good as the original sized one, in fact, I found it be way too sweet and rather intense, at the end, it ended up somewhat sickening! I really do enjoy the Quality Street Selection of chocolates, they are a standard indulgance come every Christmas, so when I stumbled upon this funny and original giant chocolate, I had to give it a try, seeing as it only costed five p, it wasn`t really something I had to think a lot about... The caramel swirl is a chocolate filled with creamy ... Read the complete review
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