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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Masterfoods Galaxy Promises Confirmed sighting: Masterfoods Galaxy Promises
Posted: 23:18 Mon 15-Aug-2005. Price: From 43p/ 40g. Location: Woolworths, Southampton. Sub-flavours: Roast Hazelnut, Caramel Crunch, Cocoa Crisp, Rich Coffee. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
"choccieman" reports: Roast Hazelnut and Caramel Crunch are very good, the usual Galaxy "smoothness" but in a mix of milk and dark chocolate with the stronger dark chocolate flavour slowly taking over inside your mouth - very good indeed. Sadly the nut/ caramel differences are pretty poor, do you want hard little bits in your choc that are all sugary or hard little bits that aren't? There doesn't seem to be any real attempt to make the nut or caramel flavours to be noticeable over the lovely chocolate. Someone out there find me the coffee and cocoa ones and tell me if they taste as good as they sound!

..."choccieman" was first to spot these in Woolies, with "Tom Frost" subsequently paying 99p for a 100g Caramel Crunch in One Stop, Norwich, noting: These are very similar to the Dove Promises that can be found abroad. The 100g bar contains squares of chocolate which are each divided into a "dark chocolate with hard caramel pieces" half and a milk chocolate half with a caramel flavour. The milk chocolate halves are delicious! Best described as a solid version of the Galaxy Caramel they're very satisfying although can be a bit sickly in bulk. The dark chocolate halves are less exciting, with the caramel pieces sticking in teeth a touch easily for my liking. Although quite expensive for what is a small bar of chocolate it is tasty and I'll almost certainly buy it again. I saw the hazelnut version but didn't feel inclined to buy one, not being a nut fan.

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Posted: 07:20 Tue 16-Aug-2005 by "choccieman" # permalink comment
Comment: Second 40g bar of hazelnut had a slightly better praline taste. I'd forgotten they were launching 100g versions too, now I'm going to have to keep my eyes open for them too.

If Mars produce these, and Nestle have brought like a million different kit kats plus the wonka bars, what are cadbury doing in their centenary year?


Posted: 07:21 Tue 16-Aug-2005 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: we tried this in the office last week and all found it very disappointing. the caramel one hardly tastes of caramel at all! it was variously described as 'overengineered' and 'lacking in resolution'. :'(
Posted: 08:59 Mon 29-Aug-2005 by "roger hill"
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Comment: bought one in evesham didnt like hazlenut -to be honest it didnt taste like galaxy and nuts virtually non exixtant -i thought it would be more like cadburys whole nut with large pieces
Posted: 17:54 Mon 29-Aug-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: If you want Galaxy with Hazelnuts why not just try Galaxy Hazelnuts?
Posted: 23:58 Tue 06-Sep-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: These bars confuse me by trying to be 3 things at once. I've had the Coffee and Caramel versions so far. Each individual chunk has a plain chocolate base, with Galaxy milk chocolate on half the top and a milk chocolate with hard 'bits' in top all at the same time. To be honest, you don't always want three things in your mouth at once.
Posted: 14:55 Fri 16-Sep-2005 by "Amy Todd" # permalink comment
Comment: I bought a bar of your Galaxy Promises-Hazelnut for my husband yesterday as he is a huge galaxy fan. But I'm afraid to say how disappointed we both were. It actually tastes like cheap foreign chocolate not like the usual creamy galaxy wer're used to. I took it into work thinking at least it won't be wasted but nobody liked it there either and people I've spoken to have said that they bought a bar and were also very disappointed. As Galaxy is usually lovely chocolate i think you have gone very wrong with this new range. Sorry.
Posted: 21:19 Sat 17-Sep-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: We didn't make it :D
Posted: 09:45 Thu 29-Sep-2005 by "me " # permalink comment
Comment: what happend to the nuts in the chocolate
Posted: 14:03 Thu 29-Sep-2005 by "BERNI" # permalink comment
Comment: I've tried the coffee promises and its delicious! Infact ate the whole bar in one go......... and hope to do so again soon!
Posted: 19:23 Wed 09-Nov-2005 by "zenna" # permalink comment
Comment: Where can I get them from... Have looked in most supermarkets in Cheltenham and shops in Winchcombe... HELP ME!!!!!!!
Posted: 18:27 Fri 11-Nov-2005 by "millsy" # permalink comment
Comment: Me and my husband think it's lush - smooth, with a slight crunch, but not overpowering nutty taste and the dark chocolate complements the milk chocolate perfectly.


Posted: 22:35 Thu 17-Nov-2005 by "Staggy" # permalink comment
Comment: Loved it! This chocolate bar is best savoured one tiny piece at a time with your eyes closed so you don't know what's coming next.
Posted: 09:20 Fri 18-Nov-2005 by "KerryMaid" # permalink comment
Comment: Galaxy Promises are B.O.R.I.N.G!!!! It does look like cheap inported choc!
Posted: 14:46 Mon 21-Nov-2005 by "Emma Anderson" # permalink comment
Comment: I really like the crisp bitter botton and the milk triangles on top, I have tried the coffee caramel and haxlenut variations and love them all, just the reight allowance in each to let the flavers come into their own.
Posted: 13:58 Wed 14-Jun-2006 by "Muckheap"
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Comment: Waitrose have Cocoa Crisp in the bargain dumpbin in Tenterden - we think it's because the plain choc folk think it's sickly, the milk lovers find it too plain. The bits are a side issue.
Posted: 16:10 Wed 27-Sep-2006 by "Nyangi" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm in South Africa and we don't get Galaxy chocs here (at least I've never seen them in non-duty free shops). A friend brought me a bar of the coffee variation 3 weeks ago and sadly to say, I've just finished my last triangle. I loved it! Especially the crunchy bits of coffee. When will be get this bliss in SA?????
Posted: 16:41 Wed 27-Sep-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Never. Galaxy Promises is a dying brand. 91590 2
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