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Cadbury Taz Bar

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Brand: Cadbury / Type: Candy

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      27.02.2012 02:38
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      A devilishly good,over priced mini chocolate bar. We've all tried them!

      All kids adore these delicious bars, so I thought I'd see what I'm missing out on as I had never tried one..

      It smells just like Dairy Milk Chocolate, a smooth, delicious, creamy smell, that just makes you want to take a bite. The bar is a really weird shape, similar to a coffin but you can tell it has the outline of a freddo, as they are similar only with a taz on top! Moulded into the top of the bar is a picture of the Taz i just mentioned, quite a detailed etching of it too! Makes the bar attractive for kids, my four year old sister spends so long looking at the picture the chocolate melts in her hand! So she licks it up and crys for another one.
      I bite the top off the bar and after biting through thick chocolate you've got a gooey caramel centre (more like very soft runny toffee). It's nothing like Cadbury's Caramel, more like Rolo texture, but much sweeter - and that's saying something! This compliments the sweet chocolate nicely, but even though this is a small bar I felt it was too sweet by the time I'd finished. Good old Cadbury's though, they know EXACTLY what kids want - tooth rotting crap; and that's exactly what they've given them, in the disguise of a Taz bar! Mind you I was tempted myself so i think they have found what I want aswell.

      There isn't much bad to say about this little bar really; the chocolate is Dairy Milk you can enjoy the rich, smooth chocolate, even if the caramel bit is too sweet and the sweetness of the caramel is hurts your teeth! Due to the high sugar in these, I dont think I will be buying many more of these in the future even if they are extremely delicious. Taz bars are quite hard to eat without making any mess (unless you goble it down) because the caramel stretches out of the chocolate and drips down the side, add to the mixture a 4 year old (who can't wear white anyway, if you see what I mean) and be prepared to have to wash hair's before bedtime!
      Taz bars used to be available from most newsagents for 10p, also available in school tuckshops nationwide! I've seen them in variety packs in supermarkets with other Cadbury's 'kiddie' products - Chomp, Freddo and Fudge for around £1.99. Calorie wise you couldn't eat too many if you're watching your weight, as each very small bar contains 125 calories and a whopping (for its size) fat content of 6.6g. In most shops though these have been converted to freddo bars with caramel, quite sad I know, but you can still buy them from alot of places. I know this because the shop by me sells them for two for 15p.

      Thanks for reading and rating!
      I would personally give this bar 4/5

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        05.03.2007 19:17
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        A delicious little devil

        I f you find you cannot spare the 50p or so required to purchase a tube of Rolo’s then you might just find yourself hitting a little bit of a lucky streak, especially if you are in the vicinity of a garage. Why garage…………….well this is the hiding place of the lesser known cousin of the Rolo, somewhat larger, somewhat devilish, and somewhat cheaper. An iverted Rolo almost, being that this time the inferior product is not the chocolate which is of course Cadbry’s, but the caramel filling which is not Nestle’s.

        It might be a bit of a task to hunt down one of these Tasmanian Devils or TAZ for short, but the effort will be well rewarded. The task is not for the feint hearted it will require guile and cunning, but more importantly it will require you to have the princely sum of 10p in your sky rocket. 20p is you desire a mating pair.

        Once you have gathered together all your worldly guile and you remittance head for your nearest garage this is the place frequented most by these sweet and sticky creatures. They come already caged in a small but nicely designed plastic pack which is only slightly bigger than the TAZ itself. The cage is none to hard to open a small pull to separate the top seal of the packet. BEWARE the sweet and sticky TAZ is not a creature for the weak or squeamish, one must not be afraid of the many calories he contains and the nasty sugar he might secrete, least not to mention the possibilities of addiction to such a delicacy.

        The opening of the cage achieved one must carefully remove the creature to envisage the whole creation before consumption, he is nicely detailed and looks quite cute in fact almost as if he were a cartoon, but BEWARE. It is hard to decide where to start one’s eating of such a creature, but as I do with chicken I eat the leg portion first, the chocolate covering is of the usual high standard and for my small payment I have indeed received a fair amount of said chocolate. Legs removed the creatures insides begin to secrete from within, a sweet sticky caramel, reminiscent of the sacred Rolo but a little thinner in viscosity. It drips from my mouth as I continue to devour the TAZ devil and finish eating the head which seems to have a slightly thicker covering of chocolate than the legs. DELICIOUS…………..there was little fight from the particular devil I encountered, but this is most uncommon, in fact due to the rarity of this species you might well be advised to leave such a creature for those, who like me can control him.

        Once again I had beaten the TAZ, but I knew that the next meet might not be as easy, but I also knew that I as today this would be an enjoyable experience and well worth the small investment.

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          31.08.2006 00:16
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          If you get toothache, don't blame me!

          I’m absolutely craving chocolate and the only thing in the house that fits the bill is a Cadbury’s Taz – well, six actually but who’s counting…? I’ve never had one before although they’ve been around for donkey’s years, the kids adore them so I thought I’d see what I’m missing out on.

          It smells just like Dairy Milk, a smooth, delicious, creamy smell. The bar is shaped... erm... like a coffin! I'm not sure if this is intentional, I doubt it, but it's the first thing I thought when I saw it! Moulded into the top of the bar is a picture of Taz, quite a detailed etching too! Makes the bar attractive for kids, my three year old nephew spends so long looking at the picture the chocolate melts in his hand!

          I bite the top off the bar and after biting through thick chocolate you've got gooey caramel centre (more like very soft runny toffee). It's nothing like Cadbury's Caramel, more like Rolo texture, but much sweeter - and that's saying something! This compliments the sweet chocolate nicely, but even though this is a small bar I felt it was too sweet by the time I'd finished. Good old Cadbury's though, they know EXACTLY what kids want - tooth rotting crap; and that's exactly what they've given them, in the disguise of a Taz bar!

          You can't go wrong on this bar really; the chocolate is Dairy Milk so even if the caramel bit is too sweet you'll still be enjoying the rich, smooth chocolate even while the sweetness of the caramel is hurting your teeth! Due to the high sugar in these, I don't tend to buy the kids these very often. Taz bars are very hard to eat cleanly because the caramel stretches out of the chocolate and drips down the side, add to the mixture a 4 year old (who can't wear white anyway, if you see what I mean) and be prepared to have to wash hair's before bedtime!

          Taz bars are available from any newsagent for 10p, also available in school tuckshops nationwide! I've seen them in variety packs in supermarkets with other Cadbury's 'kiddie' products - Chomp, Freddo and Fudge for around £1.99. Calorie wise you couldn’t eat too many if you’re watching your weight, as each very small bar contains 125 cals and a whopping (for its size) fat content of 6.6g.

          Thanks for reading, and recommended.

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