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Click pic to view comments Confirmed sighting: Mars Delight
Posted: 12:57 Mon 23-02-2004. Price: 40 new pence. Location: Small independent confectionery provider in Belfast. Nutritional unusualness: "Surprisingly crispy, deliciously smooth".
"Kaptain Korolev" reports: The Kaptain is upset that Mars chose to develop this krispy smooth Mars Delight rather than his own Mars Christmas. The Mars Delight however, is none the less a welcome addition to the spartan Mars range and resembles a skinny Mars bar with a krunchy kore. How this small confection purveyor in which the Kaptain made the purchase came into the possession of a box of Mars Delight is unknown. The Kaptain has not seen it in any mainstream kandy shops and only came across this tasty kruncher after seeing a friend, Emma, munching upon one. Hopefully they will become mainstream kandy soon enough.

...Kudos to the "Kaptain" there, confirming previous claims that women may find this product almost lethally irresistible. Meanwhile, this week's The Grocer magazine reports that Mars will be adding Bounty Mango and Passion Fruit variants to this year's range of branded hand-held lollies, to compete with Ben and Jerry/ Unilever's 'Wich ice-cream/ cookie sandwich (118ml for 1.49) and Richmond/ Nestle's Yorkie and Toffee Crisp ice creams.


Posted: 16:28 Mon 23-02-2004 by "Mike" # permalink comment
Comment: I should point out that Mars Delight are available in any convenience shop in the republic of ireland - and have been for 2 or 3 months. They're quite nice, if not tremendously original. I can buy them here in my work canteen, but only till 4pm (now half past, hence skiving) so no live review for you! :)

Oh and ditto the freddos below - were around the republic years ago, I'm just surprised to see them resurface!

Posted: 16:39 Mon 23-02-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: yup, i had one in dublin last month. they are too light on the caramel for my liking, tasting like one of those awful tube biscuits you get with bad restaurant coffee wrapped in whipped nougat and cheap chocolate. i am a woman and i did not die for it.
Posted: 16:58 Mon 23-02-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Yes, though this was technically our first UK sighting as - without wanting to create any "troubles" - it took place in the "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland"
Posted: 18:07 Mon 23-02-2004 by "Kaptain Korolev" # permalink comment
Comment: Yes, The Kaptain was a little confused himself as to whether this was a 'new' sighting since this product is available 'down south' in 'The Republic'.

They are only available in a small number of shops in Northern Ireland. The Kaptain suspects kandy smugglers....

Posted: 13:03 Tue 24-02-2004 by "Kim" # permalink comment
Comment: I live in Yorkshire and I've been seeing them all over the place for weeks! If only I'd known nobody had seen them yet, I'd have got a sighting in. Oh well....
Posted: 14:21 Wed 25-02-2004 by "Dáithí" # permalink comment
Comment: Yes, here in the Free State they're available all over the place. The advertising on TV is a bit crap - woman sits down to try Mars Delight, is pleasantly surprised when she likes it, then realises that some fella has nicked the other bar.
Posted: 12:27 Thu 26-02-2004 by "Commander Zorg" # permalink comment
Comment: Surely this is dangerous brinkmanship by Mars in "feminising" the manly Mars brand?

Posted: 12:43 Thu 26-02-2004 by "Mike Gray" # permalink comment
Comment: Commander, I fear it is only a matter of time before we see Mars Delight Queen Size.
Posted: 12:48 Thu 26-02-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: which reminds me, does anyone have sales figures for yorkie after they went down the perilous path of 'not for girls'?
Posted: 12:59 Thu 26-02-2004 by "Mike Gray" # permalink comment
Comment: Charl, didn't they also do special "for girls" pink wrapper ones. I'm pretty sure they did.
Posted: 15:20 Thu 26-02-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: they did? the lamers.
Posted: 15:22 Thu 26-02-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Would it really be too much trouble for Cadbury to market a special chunky version of Flake, for blokes?
Posted: 15:34 Thu 26-02-2004 by "Mike Gray" # permalink comment
Comment: There's surely a male / female snack debate here somewhere. ;)
Posted: 16:05 Thu 26-02-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: 'flake butch': comes wrapped in a tool box and drops huge chunks of cadbury chocolate when you eat it, making candy masonry noises.
Posted: 23:49 Thu 26-02-2004 by "capri" # permalink comment
Comment: I swear i saw an orange flavored mars bar the other day. I am in Australia mind, have they been in england yet?
Posted: 21:34 Fri 27-02-2004 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: cadbury are bring out double decker with nuts take a look your self:

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Posted: 18:49 Sat 28-02-2004 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Wotsits have a new flavour, 'Flaming Hot', and Dairy Milk with Mint has been released to a smaller size.
Posted: 00:08 Sun 29-02-2004 by "Saramond" # permalink comment
Comment: Saw some 'peachy flavour' Tunes on Milton Keynes market today.
Posted: 22:31 Sun 29-02-2004 by "Flameproof" # permalink comment
Comment: Snackspot, is there any chance of a 'comming soon' page where Bob, Alex et al could post their soon-to-be-seen comments so that a) it doesn't derail coversations and b) I don't miss any?
Posted: 22:43 Sun 29-02-2004 by "Flameproof" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh, and as an additional; is there any reason why these Mars Delights are specifically female-friendly?
Posted: 03:17 Mon 01-03-2004 by "Adrian" # permalink comment
Comment: I can confirm the orange flavour Mars - it's called the Mars Lava and Snackspot has been sent a picture and a review...
Posted: 15:58 Mon 01-03-2004 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Flameproof- I posted an idea a while back for a Snackspot forum where I could post my unconfirmed sightings, but it was disapproved.
Posted: 12:04 Mon 15-03-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: OK, I'm not opposed to a "Coming Soon" page or something in principle, it's just I can't quite figure out how it would work in practice - is it just one big discussion topic (which gets longer and longer), or is it lots of little ones - and then do they get combined when a confirmed sighting eventually shows up?
Posted: 19:32 Tue 16-03-2004 by "laurie" # permalink comment
Comment: I have just tried my first Mars Delight - an unexpected find in our newly-refilled vending machine at the lab. I couldn't remember anything the SnackSpot review had mentioned; but it wasn't bad. Nice light crunchy wafer, OK chocolate; the cream/fondant/whatever bits were odd though, with the chocolate and caramel sections not notably different in taste, only colour. Although they were hard to separate in mine - slightly intermixed.

Well, I am a woman and I would not die for it, and probably would not choose it in most situations - not much volume compared to similarly priced items, perhaps a little over-sweet, not very exciting. In fact I can confirm this by saying that i felt fine saving the second half for my other half, and managed not to eat it for several hours on a hungry afternoon. OK though.

Posted: 20:22 Tue 16-03-2004 by "Fillyourboots" # permalink comment
Comment: Same here, Mars Delight new to our works vending machine as of yesterday (and priced at a bandit-mongering 50p, but that's our canteen for you). The sweetness is identifiably that of Mars, I thought the 2 bars were like a caramel version of Milky Way Crispy Rolls, but with more chocolate.
Posted: 14:10 Fri 19-03-2004 by "elmsyrup" # permalink comment
Comment: Toffee crisp ice creams 99p for 4 in Iceland. Cheap tasting. Tell you what you should do, a little overview of Iceland's own brand ice creams. I got strawberry water ices with a marshmallow centre. There are some innovative ideas going down.
Posted: 14:30 Fri 19-03-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: ooh, they sound good. was the marshmallow chewy or frozen hard?
Posted: 15:48 Fri 19-03-2004 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Bounty Mango and Magnum Intense ice-cream available in Sainsbury's
Posted: 15:56 Fri 19-03-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: re: Iceland's own brand ice creams overview - I don't have a branch near me, but by all means send in a pic!
Posted: 16:37 Fri 19-03-2004 by "elmsyrup" # permalink comment
Comment: They were fluffy and chewy, Charl. You know they have those ones that turn into jelly when they melt, too. I will send a pic.
Posted: 17:25 Fri 19-03-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: please do! not nearly enough proper marshmallow (not that polystyrene shit) on the market today.
Posted: 16:50 Tue 23-03-2004 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Spotted Cornetto Potions, Ben and Jerrys 'Peace of Cake' and bought Bounty Mango today
Posted: 16:58 Tue 23-03-2004 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: I went to iceland this morin and i brought sum ice lollys, i brought ice land sweet shop, you get a box of 9 (3 diffrent 1's Cola cube, Pear drop and lemon sherbut) also i brought a box of bounty lollys. In asda as well i brought a giant hershey kiss it was £2.99.
Posted: 17:00 Tue 23-03-2004 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: Actually, it's 8 in the box of Iceland "sweet shop" flavours, not 9. But they're half-price just now at 99p. Kola Kube, Pear Drop and Sherbet Lemon flavours. Not bad.
Posted: 17:05 Tue 23-03-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: i brought a giant hershey's kiss back from the states for a then boyfriend last year. i dumped him the next week. moral of the story: be more reserved with your snack gift giving.
Posted: 17:08 Tue 23-03-2004 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: If you were giving him Hershey's nauseous imitation of chocolate for a present, he'd probably have binned you anyway. Moral: If you love someone, don't give them disgusting American chocolate.
Posted: 09:32 Tue 06-04-2004 by "Maike" # permalink comment
Comment: is thereenyone really enthusiastic about this bar???? I unfortunately didn't have the chance to tase it yet. PLease, let me know, its for an article...
Posted: 09:58 Wed 07-04-2004 by "simev" # permalink comment
Comment: Mars have been sending out their "Delights" for the past month or two as prizes in their "Get it first" promotion. a bit too light and fluffy for my liking. Bring back the old style mars bars (the type that retailed in the 1980's)I say
Posted: 11:02 Wed 07-04-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: I haven't tried it either, but I reckon the combination of trying to position it as a lighter snack for women vs the "most fattening bar ever" publicity is going to prove its undoing: http://[URL display truncated]

Posted: 15:47 Sat 17-04-2004 by "aily" # permalink comment
Comment: whats wrong with american chocolate?i have fallen in love with REESES BUTTER CUPS and brought home a small shops worth after a recent trip to the good old US of A!they still have jolly ranchers,which to the best of my knowledge are not currently available in ireland.
Posted: 19:53 Mon 19-04-2004 by "Joel and Miriam" # permalink comment
Comment: We spotted and devoured a Mars Delight in Golders Green, London on 3rd April. We have enjoyed many things together, but few compare to the decadent pleasure of this fatty treat.
Posted: 16:30 Thu 22-04-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: 36p in Sainsbury's Finchley Road (big POS display right in the middle of, duh, the soft drinks aisle!)

slightly sweaty Galaxy chocolate and a surprisingly butterscotchy aftertaste - something in there's a bit crunchy but it's hard to tell what (biscuit? crisped rice? that weird cracknel stuff that surely they don't *still* put in quality street?)

Posted: 16:40 Thu 22-04-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: doh, it's spelled "Peanut cracknell" and was apparently "ruthlessly ejected" from QS in 1998. What *am* I like, eh?

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Posted: 18:45 Thu 22-04-2004 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: cybercandy now have diet coke with lime on there website and also jbz's
Posted: 19:04 Thu 22-04-2004 by "Mike Gray" # permalink comment
Comment: JBz are bloody odd. I've submitted a sighting having experienced them in the US, but am awaiting my girlfriend scanning the packet.
Posted: 10:28 Fri 23-04-2004 by "Diarmuid Mallon" # permalink comment
Comment: I (and I guess most of you) got an email from the Mars GetIt1st campaign that you now have a 1 in 3 chance of winning a Mars delight
Posted: 10:33 Fri 23-04-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: is that the thing that guy was trying to get us to sign up to before? how much effort is involved? (and is it any good?) http://www.snackspot.org.uk/thread.php?story=0311251450sbc

("re-assured that we are only interested in building closeness with consumers" - and selling them choccy bars, natch http://panel.effem.com/panel/en/default.htm )

Posted: 11:28 Fri 23-04-2004 by "Diarmuid Mallon" # permalink comment
Comment: No, its the text to win campaign on wrappers of Mars Bars, Twix, bounty and Maltesers. They ran it last year with a different name. http://www.getit1st.com/

How ever I'm trying to limit my snacking to new products only, and so I've only only collect 2 points so far

Posted: 15:59 Mon 26-04-2004 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: new kit kat bar for summer uk http://[URL display truncated] also sainsburys have stocked up with mars delight, im sure it is galaxy chocolate which they put over it
Posted: 13:35 Tue 27-04-2004 by "Diarmuid Mallon" # permalink comment
Comment: Just bought 3 of these from the small independent newsagent opposite HMV in the Oracle, Reading. I've not had lunch, so I'm saving them for later. The owner told be they had be selling well.
Posted: 15:51 Tue 27-04-2004 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: i thought they was a less fat chocolate bar but the pack of two contains 14.0 grams of fat?
Posted: 15:53 Tue 27-04-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: keep up bob ;) - this is (allegedly) one of the fattiest bars ever made! http://[URL display truncated]
Posted: 16:00 Tue 27-04-2004 by "Diarmuid Mallon" # permalink comment
Comment: I was similarly surprised at the 'nutritional' information. The pack of pig dermatitis I had last night had less kcal per 100 grams! Having said that, the bar was mighty nice, and I'm looking forward to the others
Posted: 16:11 Tue 27-04-2004 by "Flameproof" # permalink comment
Comment: It's a strange one this one; the crispy bit made me think it was nice and light, but the rest of it was quite cloying! Tasted really nice though, but then it is mostly fat...
Posted: 09:50 Wed 28-04-2004 by "Daryl Goddard" # permalink comment
Comment: only just started to see them where I live, wish they had come along sooner OH MY GOD! they are so gorgeous could eat them all day, they are so creamy and are almost orgasmic worthy!
Posted: 11:36 Wed 28-04-2004 by "Kaptain Korolev" # permalink comment
Comment: The Kaptain picked up several in a 2 for 1 offer in 'The Republic' last week. Although the Marsing Delight tastes good solid, the Kaptain can recommend warming it a little so it is soft and maleable. The Kaptain discovered this effect by accident when he fell asleep in the back of a car with several Mars Delight' in is pocket. Soft krunchen smoothy.
Posted: 12:21 Wed 28-04-2004 by "alleycat" # permalink comment
Comment: I agree, the Mars Delight is nice when a little melted. Im surprised that it is one of the fattiest bars out there, but now it makes sense why I like it so much! Chocolate is always going to be bad for you so whats the problem if it has a few more calories than other bars? I mean, if people are worried about counting calories what are they doing eating chocolate in the first place?! Anyway, Ive found that eating the bottom half off the Mars Delight is quite fun. Then you get to examine the crunchy top layer in more detail.
Posted: 15:28 Fri 07-05-2004 by "QBoy" # permalink comment
Comment: i enjoyed it both hard and cold straght from the fridge and also regular temperature......i thought it was lovely, better than a regualr Mars as they are too sickly for me, these ones taste like the penny toffee in Quality Street and slightly like Dime bars ;-j mmmmm mmmmm!

P.S. Does anyone remember Prawn Cocktail flavour Monster Munch back in the 80's?

Posted: 13:36 Mon 10-05-2004 by "greg thurtle" # permalink comment
Comment: spotted in the local tesco's in wokingham, it's a mars but more caramelly and with crisp biscuit in the middle - comes in a long thin package with 2 mini bars inside. The whole taste seems much richer than a normal mars bar, and it has the added tastiness of a biscuit/wafer center. very tasty indeed.
Posted: 12:30 Wed 12-05-2004 by "sam" # permalink comment
Comment: oooooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOoooooooooooooooo they are lush!!!!!!!
Posted: 14:02 Thu 13-05-2004 by "carol wilson" # permalink comment
Comment: mars delight. wow, can't get enough. but please bring back mars dark
Posted: 20:26 Thu 13-05-2004 by "cokeco" # permalink comment
Comment: Yummm! I tried it for the first time today and it was go good. None of that disgusting oversweetness that one get when they eat a mars bar. It was so light and tasty.
Posted: 16:47 Wed 02-06-2004 by "scrummy suki" # permalink comment
Comment: i love them !! i was not a fan of the normal mars but these now get my vote for the best chocolate bar ever
Posted: 18:30 Wed 02-06-2004 by "nibus" # permalink comment
Comment: They ming. I bet Mariah Carey's turds taste like this. Mind you I live in Slough so the stink of Mars seeps out of my pores instead of sweat.
Posted: 19:40 Wed 02-06-2004 by "Phil C" # permalink comment
Comment: These are not like normal Mars bars at all. Infact the only similarity is that they are both coated in chocolate. It is misleading of them to launch a product on the back of the mighty Mars bar.


Although it is very yoomy.

Posted: 10:36 Thu 03-06-2004 by "InternalSpy" # permalink comment
Comment: I got to try one before they were released to Joe Public - I thought they were horibble - too sweet...
Posted: 20:09 Tue 15-06-2004 by "delighted" # permalink comment
Comment: hits the sweet spot!! great from the fridge
Posted: 13:02 Fri 18-06-2004 by "woman" # permalink comment
Comment: very very nice, if you are having a bad female day then eat one of these instead of a box of chocolates, they are fab. I love them!! and I hate the orginial Mars bar far too sickly.
Posted: 12:00 Thu 15-Jul-2004 by "looby" # permalink comment
Comment: get a LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!- !!!!IT'S ONLY A MARS BAR
Posted: 18:29 Thu 29-Jul-2004 by "Amy" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm in NYC and just had one of these for lunch - got it at a deli that has a huge selection of UK candy bars. It cost $1.50. Reminds me of a Butterfinger.
Posted: 20:55 Wed 01-Sep-2004 by "ellie" # permalink comment
Comment: its more than a mars bar its the tastiest chocolate ever!!
Posted: 03:13 Thu 02-Sep-2004 by "Brie"
(apparently posting from lsanca1-ar48-4-46-104-143.lsanca1.dsl-verizon.net) # permalink comment
Comment: I am on the hunt for the Original MARS BAR. Can anyone help me please. My Mom would like to have one and go down Memory Lane for her 65th Birthday. I have only 9 months to find it. Please help...thank you. You can E-mail me at: sabrinaschwalb (at!) hotmail.com
Posted: 08:38 Thu 02-Sep-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: I've got to assume you're outside the UK "Brie", in which case you could try this online store http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/acatalog/Mars.html

(which isn't very clear if they ship outside the UK?) or somewhere like http://www.britishcandy.com/chocolate_bars2257.htm

(who do ship internationally, but don't seem to have Mars bars at the moment...)

Posted: 11:33 Thu 02-Sep-2004 by "Lee Maguire" # permalink comment
Comment: The "original" US Mars Bar is the one with almonds. The UK Mars Bar is "Milky Way" in the US.


Posted: 15:36 Tue 26-Oct-2004 by "Annie" # permalink comment
Comment: I tried a white chocolate Twix...... and man are they nice!! im In Aylesbury...
Posted: 20:30 Sat 04-Dec-2004 by "Josephine" # permalink comment
Comment: Mars delights are the best chocolate bar in the world. There so yummy scrummy for my tummy!!! Give me MORE!!!! NOW NOW!!! Where can i get free ones!!!
Posted: 16:09 Thu 16-Feb-2006 by "curious" # permalink comment
Comment: No offence (and I really mean that, I am honestly just interested) but why on earth do you all care so much?!
Posted: 16:13 Thu 16-Feb-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: it's fun!
Posted: 16:46 Thu 16-Feb-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Its better than collecting stamps thats for sure.
Posted: 17:12 Thu 16-Feb-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: or trainspotting!
Posted: 20:15 Thu 16-Feb-2006 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: Trainspotting is actually interesting, though.

Anyway, you might ask well ask why anyone is into anything. Different people find different things interesting. That's the answer. No big secret. It bemuses me why so many people are puzzled by an interest in snacks - it's not like enough people don't care about them enough to make it a multi-million pound industry!

Posted: 15:24 Fri 10-Mar-2006 by "Johnathan" # permalink comment
Comment: I had one of these the other day, and it was quite good. I'll be buying more!
Posted: 15:26 Thu 22-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: erm, and Canadians should i say
Posted: 05:15 Tue 18-Jul-2006 by "caitydid" # permalink comment
Comment: Living in Utah, its so hard to find good chocolate. Everything here is too waxy, so I rarely eat chocolate. In fact, I never do. I hate it. I went to London last month and stopped into a store and bought a couple Mars Delights for my friend and I to try. We both took a bite outside of the store and immediately hence, ran back in and bough what they had left. WSe loved them so much that we nicknamed them orgasm bars. I think thats all I really ate while I was over there. I'm currently begging my dad to order me some cases. I'm practically going through withdrawls right now. 72210
Posted: 01:18 Fri 12-Jan-2007 by "Daryl Goddard"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: two and a half years ago i started to eat these and still lurve them,only bought a whole box yesterday! love em x
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