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Chocoholics Anonymous!By Cadbury Of Course (Kraft)

Reviewing: Cadbury Heroes  |  Rating:
Glen Smith By Glen Smith on
Badge: Publisher | Level: 9 | Food & Drink Expertise:

I was rather touched when someone gave me a box of these, they were a simple thank you present, such a nice gesture. I am a fan of Cadbury Chocolate, and yes I am that sad I visited the Cadbury World experience, which I can thoroughly recommend. This is situated at Bournville, where the dark Chocolate gets it's name from.

Sorry, I digress, back to the box of Heroes. The tapered cardboard box, contains 400 Grammes of chocs, or rather 300 Grammes of actual confectionary, plus the wrappers. The colour of the box is what I call "Cadbury" Blue, which is a Purple/blue. The sweets inside are a mixtureof the following:-

Cadbury Dairy Milk, another one the same but containing cream, Twister, Fudge, Twirl, Eclairs, and of course Bournville plain chocolate.

Basically there is a flavour to suit everyone, and the product is as they say, made for sharing.

I must point pout that some of these products do contain WHEAT, SOYA, and NUTS. For those interested, there is a "Sell by date" on the front, this is in small letters and is white. I must say this is not easy to read.

I can recommend these to all, and as they were a gift I will not look up the price. I will say though, it was a lovely surprise to receive them.

Just one more thing, if you are in the UK, and fancy a day trip in the West Midlands, I will also recommend Cadbury World, phone 0845 450 3599 for details.

Thank you.