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Posted: 14:40 Sun 01-Oct-2006. Price: 1.19/ 100g box of 8. Location: Newsagent in Leeds. Sub-flavours: "Velvety" Milk, "Deliciously" Dark, "Heavenly" Praline. Nutritional unusualness: Each bar contains cocoa mass, vegetable oil, 6.5% of your "guideline daily amount" of sugars, 14.4% of saturated fat.
"Phillerena" reports: These were in a much smaller box than I imagined, and a little pricey. Basically they are individually wrapped chunks of Dairy Milk with soft centres. This dark chocolate one has a nice rich chocolatey taste, but nothing near as good as the new dark choc Lindors. Overall I thought they were nice, but overpriced. I can't honestly see myself buying them again.

...I thought these were like an upmarket version of those Dairy Milk Miniatures that go in the plastic chocolate machine - though not to be confused with the new Dairy Milk Special Variety box that "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" mailed me about recently. And nor was "Phillerena" satisfied with the Terry's Waifa obtained for 35p from the (same?) Leeds Newsagent, observing: I'm not sure if this is new or not but I've never seen it before. It's a Terry's Waifa in "chunky" format (like KitKat Chunky). It tastes OK, but the wafer is too light and airy for my liking (as opposed to the crunchy wafer in KitKats) and the chocolate tastes a little bland and is too thin. I wouldn't buy this over KitKat Chunky.

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Posted: 15:12 Mon 02-Oct-2006 by "A" # permalink comment
Comment: I seen these at a spar shop in greenock scotland today. i didnt bother to try them though at £1.09 they didnt look that good.
Posted: 17:28 Mon 02-Oct-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: i've just seen milk chocolate after eights! they come in a blue box. i didn't buy them because i suspect they will be sickly... (in hindsight was that what was wrong with the orange after eights - milk chocolate?)
Posted: 22:36 Mon 02-Oct-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: The milk choc After Eights are nicer than the dark choc ones in my opinion.
Posted: 22:37 Mon 02-Oct-2006 by "A" # permalink comment
Comment: ya ive seen thouse after8's to! also the lemon ones and the irish cream but there older variations. the orange ones where just nasty!
Posted: 03:41 Tue 03-Oct-2006 by "John Hoare" # permalink comment
Comment: I think the Melts taste gorgeous (similar to the Roses Truffles that have been releases recently too) - but possibly overpriced. The same problem Snaps has.
Posted: 08:45 Tue 03-Oct-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Irish Cream After Eights were vile. The lemon ones weren't much better.
Posted: 09:43 Tue 03-Oct-2006 by "John Hoare" # permalink comment
Comment: I never tried the Irish Cream After Eights (the big Nestle Irish Cream experiment wasn't a success, was it?(, but the Lemon ones are one of the few chocolates that nearly made me vomit. They were disgusting.

I will hunt out the milk chocolate ones though.


Posted: 13:22 Tue 03-Oct-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: the lemon after eights (sorry to usurp this thread) were delicious! i've seen the milk variety in the co-op so far, john.
Posted: 14:29 Tue 03-Oct-2006 by "Jade" # permalink comment
Comment: I've seen them in Nottingham's Wilkinson's - they always have slightly more unusual chocolate.
Posted: 16:06 Thu 05-Oct-2006 by "BigD" # permalink comment
Comment: The Irish Cream after eights were so bad my family managed to leave half a box to throw away, first half only eaten as we couldn't believe how bad they were :D
Posted: 23:16 Thu 12-Oct-2006 by "Erin" # permalink comment
Comment: Saw this out quite some time in London's Sainsbury's. They look delicious and did want to try. But I never had luck with Cadbury's chocolates (too sweet, too milky, no cocoa taste) .....
Posted: 19:55 Sun 15-Oct-2006 by "tracy" # permalink comment
Comment: My local newsgent has the waifa, I was overjoyed. Having not had a kitkat chunky in over 4 years (due to the boycott) I had really been missing them. This is a more than adequate replacement. 67651 0 14
Posted: 10:49 Thu 26-Apr-2007 by "rod strang" # permalink comment
Comment: i spotted a milk melt today just walking his dog, i was quite suprised at first and very intrigued, i followed the milk melt for several hundred metres into his chocolatey home near bradford, i stomped all over his little chocolate house n eat the pieces!!yum yum
Posted: 21:38 Thu 26-Apr-2007 by "zeddy" # permalink comment
Comment: These were in Poundland 2 for a £1 recently. Cadbury products find their market again! }:]
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