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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: McVitie's White Chocolate Digestives Confirmed sighting: McVitie's White Chocolate Digestives
Posted: 13:06 Mon 24-Oct-2005. Price: 1.24. Location: London. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
"Lee Maguire" reports: By way of a review: I tasted these, visited http://www.whitechocdigs.com/ and voted "NO".

...To be fair, I didn't think these were that bad (and only 1.05 per - suspiciously heavy - box in my local North London Waitrose), largely resembling an ordinary digestive that's been smeared with lard (but in a good way!). And, in other biscuit bonanzas: I wasn't too bothered about McVitie's Special Edition Orange Chocolate Boasters (1.11 for usual Boasters-sized pack, also from Waitrose), especially compared to Cadbury Cookies Double Choc Chunk's cocoa overload (99p for pack of 6, Sainsbury's) - while "Doug" risks sounding a bit like someone from (the 1978 version of) "Invasion Of The Body Snatchers" as he confides: My wife bought a Double Decker for me at the weekend from Tesco in Berkhampstead and I was amazed, as it was nearly twice the size of the standard version I'm used to seeing. It had no special markings (eg "Special Edition" or "King Size") and was in the normal colour scheme. I was utterly confused, as I thought I'd either a) Shrunk, or b) Regressed about 20 years to when they were "as big as a bus"! Has anyone else witnessed this phenomenon, or have a logical explanation for this giant amongst chocky bars?

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Posted: 19:25 Mon 24-Oct-2005 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: What were they thinking? I tried these today and was not impressed. If they were made with good quality white chocolate then they may be okay, but the actual chocolate tasted more like a normal chocolate digestive that had gone stale. Stick to Jafffa Cake varieties!
Posted: 20:23 Mon 24-Oct-2005 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: They're OK. Far too stingy on the white choccy, though. You can see the biscuit through it, FFS.
Posted: 23:20 Mon 24-Oct-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Well that's cos it's white, they probably use the same amount as they do milk chocolate but as milk choc is brown, it looks like there's more.
Posted: 16:51 Tue 25-Oct-2005 by "Talkshowhost" # permalink comment
Comment: No I definateley think there is less chocolate on them than stadard chocolate digetives. They are ripping people off by claiming that they have reinvented the wheel, when all they have done is buckle it.
Posted: 13:02 Tue 08-Nov-2005 by "sarah" # permalink comment
Comment: white chocolate is the way forward, why don't we have more white chocolate delights on your supermarket shelves! bring in white chocolate snickers, white chocolate lion bars and for the ultimate white chocolate experience the white chocolate ferrero rocher...
Posted: 00:25 Wed 09-Nov-2005 by "Zack Valentine" # permalink comment
Comment: I am the Mcvities master, you wanna know a great 'Mouth Orgasm' technique? Grab a fox's classic, bite a small bit of one corner, then a bit from the corner Diagonally opposite, Suck very hot coffee/tea through it (like a straw) and when you feel the tea/coffee touch your lips, quickly put the whole biscuit in your mouth. ALSO, try getting White, Milk, Mint and orange digestived, making a Mega sandwich with each flavour, dunk them in a nice hot bru and Munch, you know it makes sense ;)

zack-valentine (at!) hotmail.com


Posted: 11:11 Wed 16-Nov-2005 by "Shock & Poor" # permalink comment
Comment: OMG, where can i get some of that??? White Chocolate Digestives are a dream! I hated the Orange ones though eww, i'm in west london (W8) does anyone buy those heavenly products from around there??
Posted: 13:36 Wed 16-Nov-2005 by "victoria" # permalink comment
Comment: oh, come on - white chocolate is a crime against nature. we all know it ...
Posted: 20:40 Tue 13-Dec-2005 by "**snowflake**" # permalink comment
Comment: WHERE can i get some these little delights from??? I lurve white choc! I agree wif 'Zack Valentine'- they should reproduce everyfin in white choc!! imagine-- white choc minstrels~~!
Posted: 22:04 Wed 21-Jun-2006 by "Simon P" # permalink comment
Comment: Found them yesterday...EVIL CREATION!!, far tooooooo scrummy :o) 7620 21
Posted: 18:23 Fri 05-Jan-2007 by "DonataLewandowskiGuerra" # permalink comment
Comment: I hope the White Chocolate McVities variety will be made permanent, since my son and daughter love them.
Posted: 13:22 Thu 29-Mar-2007 by "Soulman" # permalink comment
Comment: These are FUNKY CHICKEN! I do hope they will be permanent as I love them!
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