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since 02/03/2010

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Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate Bar 09/03/2010

The Resurrection of Milka.

Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate Bar I haven't heard about Milka chocolate for a very long time, which is a shame, because Milka produce a delightful tasting chocolate. But, recently I saw an online promotion where Milka are giving away FREE vouchers for a 100g bar of Milka Alpine chocolate. Quite a generous offer I think. I have already used my voucher to claim my free bar and because of this promotion I am fully aware of Milka products once again. It is a shame that I had forgotten all about them, up until this point in time. If anybody is interested in claiming their own voucher for a free 100g bar of Milka Alpine, then here is the web address: www.milka.co.uk. Onto the actual chocolate: Milka Alpine is a rich and creamy tasting chocolate, which I first was introduced to when I was a child. I actually used to eat quite a lot of it, but then it seemed that Milka was quite hard to get hold of, to the point where it vanished from my field of vision. It has been just recently, from the back of their promotions, that I have been re-introduced and now I know it is available, so I have bought many bars. I especially like this bar, the original Alpine Milk. I can only relate the flavour to that of a Galaxy bar (assuming) that whoever reads this is familiar with this type of chocolate. For anybody who has never tried chocolate (I don't know anybody who hasn't) then describing a chocolate taste would, in my opinion, be near on impossible and can only truely be known through the taste experience. But, like I have said, ...

Cadbury Creme Eggs 02/03/2010

Cadbury's Creme Egg - Legendary Chocolate Treat.

Cadbury Creme Eggs I have a very fond feeling towards Cadbury's Creme Eggs and have always loved these little gems for a tasty sweet treat and because Cadbury's Creme Eggs are so delightful, I would treat myself more often than not. I cannot remember the first time I tried a Cadbury's Creme Egg and I would imagine that I was very young indeed. Cadburys and their Creme Eggs are a British institution (or should I say, were a British institution - if you get my drift?) and I wouldn't even like to guess how many I have eaten in my own lifetime. I will be eating many more, as long as the new owners of Cadburys to not tamper with the recipe and leave it as it is. Now then, there has been a lot of talk about Creme Eggs getting smaller as time goes by. I wonder if this is really the case. Maybe it is because we most likely started to eat Creme Eggs when we were children and as we grew bigger we may have had the illusion of the Creme Eggs getting smaller, but perhaps it was because we were actually getting bigger. I am not sure, but if we could go back in time, perhaps with Dr Who in his Tardis, then we could compare Creme Eggs of now to Creme Eggs from years ago. Regardless of this detail, Cadbury's Creme Eggs are a favourite with me. A Cadbury's Creme Egg is, funnily enough, egg-shaped and the egg is made of Cadbury's chocolate, which I would imagine most of us know the classic taste. For those who do not know what Cadbury's chocolate tastes like, then words cannot explain and the only way to really ...
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