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Posted: 14:28 Sat 16-08-2003. Location: Tesco Southampton. Sub-flavours: None noted - so far.
"ChoccieMan" reports: To quote the packet "Choc Chip Cookies Sandwiched with Chocolate Flavoured Cream". Sounds really good, but unfortunately doesn't taste much different from an ordinary Maryland cookie. The cream filling certainly doesn't seem to enhance the chocolateyness. If you're a chocaholic like me then stick two Maryland double choc cookies together with some icing :) Alternatively go the cheap option of eating two ordinary Maryland cookies at once. Has much the same taste really. Maybe if they bring out a double choc or hazelnut version they might be worth checking out.

...A special Saturday sighting today, one of several from the proprietor of the fact-tastic Chocolate Review. Today's The Grocer provides the additional snippet that 290g buckets of White Maltesers should start appearing in the UK in September (RRP 3.99), while site visitor "elmsyrup" internationally inquires: Can any Canadians tell me what Moritz Chocolate Icy Squares are like? I get the idea you see that they may be a bit like Lindt Pyrenees, which are the most delicious things I have ever eaten and which seem to have completely vanished - believe me I've searched. Always a good idea not to disappoint someone who eats mountain ranges for breakfast...

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Posted: 16:25 Sat 16-08-2003 by "JT" # permalink comment
Comment: i cant wait for the white chocolate maltesers (my moms friend brought me some form australia)
Posted: 14:48 Mon 18-08-2003 by "cokeco" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm a canadian living in the UK. Icy squares are filled with a truffle like filling. Usually available around xmas time in Canada. Also we consider these a cheap chocolate, I'd be offended if someone gave them to me.
Posted: 02:28 Mon 25-08-2003 by "elmsyrup" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh, worse luck. Thanks, though :)
Posted: 11:59 Mon 25-08-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: are wrigleys ever going to launch the cinnamon thin ice,i brought a box of ten back from the states, they call the wrigleys eclipse flash strips there, http://www.wrigley.com/wrigley/products/products_eclipse_flash.asp
Posted: 15:56 Mon 01-12-2003 by "Rockcandy" # permalink comment
Comment: Hello I am a Canadian from Winnipeg, in the heart of Canada. Icy Squares are gross. Its what chocolate margarine would be like if they made such a thing. Candy grease. Honestly, I don't know anyone who likes them. How does the company that makes them, Moritz, stay in business?
Posted: 10:30 Mon 26-01-2004 by "Mike" # permalink comment
Comment: I received icy squares as a gift and I like them....I just sampled six of them..I like the "truffle like filling" that seems to melt in my mouth and don't find it "gross". I will buy some if I can find them and help Moritz stay in business.
Posted: 00:59 Tue 16-Nov-2004 by "Lainey" # permalink comment
Comment: I love icy squares, and I don't see how anyone could not like them! They melt in your mouth, and they taste like they're cold. I wonder how they make them taste like that...anyway they're really yummy!
Posted: 02:59 Tue 16-Nov-2004 by "CC" # permalink comment
Comment: I am Canadian living in the US - I love icy squares! Sure they're not the finest chocolate but I could eat them by the pound; and the childhood memories from Christmas morning make them even better!
Posted: 06:39 Tue 21-Dec-2004 by "dawn" # permalink comment
Comment: I have a love of les pyrenees chocolate myself. After years of having French friends send it to me in the states, I have just found a site that will ship it for xmas. Here is the link: http://www.furansunocafe.com/liste_ produits.php3?base=gateaux&lang=en - 24k
Posted: 20:19 Tue 21-Dec-2004 by "elmsyrup" # permalink comment
Comment: Needed a little bit of jiggling to get that link to work, but thankyou!
Posted: 09:43 Sun 06-Feb-2005 by "Steph" # permalink comment
Comment: Correct link : http://www.furansunocafe.com/liste_produits.php?base=gateaux&lang=en
Posted: 18:16 Thu 24-Nov-2005 by "Moe" # permalink comment
Comment: Icy Squares are the best. They are not filled, but one solid piece of chocolate. You should be so lucky to have someone give them to you, I wouldn't give them to anyone!! They are my favourite, I can't wait for Christmas so I can buy them.
Posted: 16:14 Mon 05-Dec-2005 by "Leah" # permalink comment
Comment: Icy squares are one of my favorite chocolates, it is so yummmmy; but technically, it is in fact "chocolate margarine" because it is made from hydrogenated oil, not very good for health.
Posted: 22:36 Wed 07-Dec-2005 by "optimus" # permalink comment
Comment: I just found out that a single icy square is 23% of your daily recommended sat fat intake. They're killers, the icy squares.
Posted: 21:12 Wed 21-Dec-2005 by "cf" # permalink comment
Comment: the icy squares I remember from when I was a kid were smooth, creamy, melt-in-the-mouth goodness. the ones I tried recently were gritty, almost-like chocolate. these and the ones I remember are both brown and square. from there, the resemblence diverges...
Posted: 03:55 Wed 07-Jun-2006 by "Kofi Annan" # permalink comment
Comment: I work at a store that sells icy squares...and here is a nice secret. we are selling the same batch that we had many...many years ago lol. funny story is that they still taste the same and we sell just as many. As it turns out they preserve very well. And after hearing about the icy squares and the daily fat intake...i think that someone should set up a society dedicated to sending 10 cent icy squares to malnourished people in foreign countries. Forget the whole idea to genetically modify plant seeds...get UNICEF to start sending kids home with icy square donation boxes at halloween instead of the school supply boxes so we could help fatten up the little starving people of Africa, and teach them to be english with a full belly... It can be our little gift to them. :)
Posted: 12:30 Tue 27-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I never knew about these are they still on sale!?
Posted: 02:01 Sat 15-Jul-2006 by "kalani" # permalink comment
Comment: my great-grandmother lives in france. every year she used to bring les pyrenees chocolate. it is the best chocolate in the wolrd-seriously! Now she doesnt bring them because "they're bad for your health" what ever, you only live once! so if any one of you readers find a site or a place to get these chocolates i would be very pleased if you could e mail me (at!) vtagurl94 (at!) yahoo.com thank you sooo much! 27726 4
Posted: 05:52 Tue 12-Dec-2006 by "starclimber" # permalink comment
Comment: Way back when, they were Moritz Icy Cups. Crinkly edged aluminium cups filled with chocolate miracles. No wrapper...those times are gone, eh? The squares are bigger, but the product isn't quite what it used to be. Still more than delectable enough in my opinion. Everyone I offer one to accepts with enthusiasm.
Posted: 21:07 Fri 29-Dec-2006 by "mia" # permalink comment
Comment: icy squares rock, they bring back childhood memories, they taste pretty decent too, yea the icyness of these choc's are neat too, for the price you can't go wrong also now these are made with COCONUT OIL so its not transfatty any longer :)
Posted: 03:00 Sat 29-Dec-2007 by "James in CA" # permalink comment
Comment: I live in Southern California (7 years now!) and used to live in B.C. and Alberta. Icy Squares are great! I think "Rockcandy" above is smoking something wacky if she thinks they are gross. I'm eating a few of them right now... by the way, they are available all year round in Canada and I'd like to be a U.S. distributer if someone can point me in that direction. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! Let's make 2008 the year of the ICY SQUARES!
Posted: 21:27 Tue 30-Dec-2008 by "ThatCanadian" # permalink comment
Comment: okay look, who ever says icy squares are gross shouled be banished, they are the most deleicious peice of chocolate (besides all lindt chocolate) you will ever come across, they are so yummy and their so cold, if anyone has an idea on how they stay cold, id love to know :) ICY SQUARES FOREVER!
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