Milka Chips Ahoy!

Ahhh Milka it has been a while. Milka is another one of those chocolate bars where the UK seems to have a real lack of variety in comparison to other countries and seems to think that this is okay. It isn’t! Combining brands seems to be a common theme and to be fair if you can bring two great things together to make one amazing one then who am I to say no and I certainly won’t be declining today’s review of Milka Chips Ahoy! What I like about Milka is their dreamy creamy milk chocolate that with very little effort literally…

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KitKat Lemon Drizzle #mybreak

There is a new KitKat on the block and I had no idea. It was only on a whim outing that I spied the new KitKat Lemon Drizzle and it transpires that it will only be available in Asda. Last year we saw the sneaky release of the KitKat Chunky New York Cheesecake which was surprisingly good and cheesecake-y, and I am pleased to see that KitKat have gone for a new 2 finger flavour.  To be fair I wasn’t sure how I felt about putting lemon drizzle and chocolate with wafer together, it isn’t the most obvious of combinations.…

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Hotel Chocolat Banoffee Pie

Happy 2018 Everyone! It is practically half way through January, how can this be? Today marks my first post of the year, yes I could do a nice healthy number but the chocolate has won me over. Last year we had the Hotel Chocolat Treacle Tart, which in its entirety was pretty good, however it is now the turn of a banana classic, enter Hotel Chocolat Banoffee Pie.  Of the two I have tried this is the one I was most excited about because of the banana element. Typically getting the banana flavour right is a tricky business, it is…

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Buttermilk Gingerbread Honeycomb

Buttermilk Gingerbread Honeycomb, could it be as fantastic as it sounds? These artisan confectioners are known for their buttery fudge, chewy honeycomb and varying brittles, and come the festive season even they cannot resist getting into the spirit of things. With endless choices the Buttermilk Gingerbread Honeycomb is certainly the one that caught my eye, how can they combine the two? Handmade in their kitchen’s in Cornwall, these sizeable chunks of honeycomb are suitable for vegetarians, have no nasty artificial flavourings and are gluten free. A 150g box comes in at £3.99. I love the cute packaging, it may just be…

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Hotel Chocolat Treacle Tart

It has been a while since I have posted, work life balance is currently out the window which is making it hard to get the blog mojo on. Nonetheless what better way to kick start things than with Hotel Chocolat Treacle Tart chocolates. Hotel Chocolat does some imaginative concoctions as well as giving classic combinations a little twist. Treacle tart is one of my all time favourite desserts, it is simple but oh so delicious, cold or slightly warm, I am always game for a slice. As such I have had my eye on these new Treacle Tart ones for…

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