Earlier this week I reviewed the Orange Chocolate Fingers and today it is the turn of the Cadbury Orange Chocolate Buttons. Combining both smooth and creamy Dairy Milk chocolate with a citrus-fresh orange hint, I wondered if these would be like little puddles of Twirl Orange joy.
Currently available in Londis and Budgens stores I found mine in the latter, which also seems to be where most people are finding them. They will also be venturing into One Stop stores now and Tesco from September, although they have already been spotted in Tesco. These retail at £1.99 a bag but have been seen on offer for £1.50.
What is better that a Cadbury button? A giant one of course! The packets were of course half full, surely shrinking the packaging would be beneficial in more than one area. The buttons themselves were plentiful and smelt delicious.
Well these are puddles of chocolate orange joy! They resemble more of a Terry’s Chocolate Orange than they do of the Orange Twirl, but somehow tasted better. Smooth and creamy they just melt in the mouth and leave you wanting more and more, and before you know it the bag has gone. I genuinely cannot think of any ways that these can be improved.
It’s another chocolate win with these Cadbury Orange Chocolate Buttons. It’s by far not the last of the chocolate orange delights we will see this year, but these will be a tough one to beat. If I had to choose between these or the Orange Fingers, it would have to be the Buttons.
Have you tried these or the Orange Fingers yet? What are your thoughts?
Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x