Nestle Caramac Bar

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“What is Caramac?!”

published 06/10/2014

ProTasty, unique experience.

ConsCan be sickly by the time you have eaten it all, n...

Nestle Caramac bar The Caramac bar was first introduced in 1959 by Rowntree Mackintosh. A competition was held by the company to choose a name for their new caramel bar and the winning name was 'Caramac' which is a fusion of 'Caramel' and 'Mackintosh'. In 1988 Nestle acquired Rowntree and...

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“Heaven In My Mouth!”

published 13/11/2005

ProDelicious, delicious and well, delicious!

ConsPossibly a bit too sickly sweet for some

Caramac bars have been a firm favourite of mine for a long time. It was one of my favourite confectionary choices as a young 'un and now, at the grand old age of twenty five it still tops my list! Infact, for all you trivia, um, mongers, out there, the bar was launched in 1959. That was a long...

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“Nostalgic Memories”

published 02/12/2008

ProUnique flavour

ConsSwwet, too much can be sickly and overpowering

Sitting around at the ritual family takeaway meal last Friday evening, conversation turned to the demise of Woolworth's and what would be missed. Somehow, the surrounding clutter from the discarded boxes and dishes just added to the poignancy of the topic. The elders in the room waxed lyrical...

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“Creamy heaven!”

published 27/12/2011

ProCreamy tasting and very moreish!

ConsThin weighted bar. High in fat and carbohydrates.

Caramac This has to be one of my favourite chocolate bars and I guess I could eat anyone under the table with these although I guess they are not too good for you in terms of the fat content and sugar content. A little background information. Caramac’s have been on the market since 1959 so have...

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ProNice change from normal boring chocolate

ConsMight make you nostalgic for other "childhood swee...

Cast your mind back, my friends, to the days when this was all fields, and beer were tuppence 'appeny (to be read in a bad comedy Yorkshire accent). In other words, go back to your childhood. Now we've all got TV shows that we remember from our more youthful days (Mr.Benn or Chorlton And The...

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ProCreamy caramel chocolate

ConsNever stays around for any length of time

Oh have I had some fun times with Caramacs…………… I remember one Christmas my mum got my dad around 6 wrapped them up and tucked them under the Christmas tree, and the next morning we found the wrappers all over the place, someone had attacked my dads Christmas present...

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ProDelicious, cheap and not likely to plaster itself ...

ConsThe wrapper's gone all modern - but the product re...

Way back in the 1980's my School Headmaster made one of the most grave errors of his teaching career - he put yours truly in charge of the 6th form Tuck Shop! I can understand his reasoning ... competent, sensible, organised...... (??!) but he had not banked on one thing: I'm a chocoholic. Now...

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“Chocolate? Are you sure?”

published 23/07/2004

Proits sugary

Consthere isn't enough of it

A lifetime of being a picky and faddy eater has meant that when it comes to food I have led a very sheltered life. An example of this is the fact that I was seventeen before I had my first crumble. Another example is my somewhat limited experience of chocolate bars. Caramacs have been around...

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Proa real taste from the past and something different...

Consnothing

I had almost forgotten these were still around. Caramac is most definitely something from my youth. It has never been the most popular chocolate bar around and that is possibly down to the fact that it does not get much exposure. When did you last – or ever – see a Caramac ad on TV? So, what is...

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Excellent

Progreat for those with a sweet tooth, unique flavour

Conshigh in calories and sugar

Chocolate is one of my major vices and I love white chocolate in particular. Caramac is a really unique bar that is produced by Nestle. You can buy individual bars at most good supermarkets, it costs 43p for a bar from Tesco's. The Caramac bar has a plastic wrapper and there is a strong retro...

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ProUnique; lovely caramel flavour

ConsThin; not avaiable in wider varieties; very sweet

I used to have caramacs when I was younger and they always remind me of my high school days as me and my best friend would pop into 'Jacksons' on the way home and buy one. They tend to be overlooked as a choccie bar and there isn't much hype over them, even though they are probably the most...

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“Is this chocolate or not?”

published 05/11/2003

Proits unique taste,

Conscan be sickly hard to find and it is a Nestle prod...

Do you remember your childhood and the sweeties you used to get with the pennies your mum or granny gave you? I remember mine very well. I remember Smarties and jelly tots but there is one bar that I remember that you do not see as often as you used to. This bar is Caramac! I am sure I had a...

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“Creamy Treat”

published 18/11/2005

ProNice and creamy

Consmade by nestle

I am aware that Nestle are not the most popular of manufacturers due to their working practices etc etc. , but this product is one which should have a case made for it regardless who manufactures it. Nestle Caramac is one of the strangest tasting chocolate bars around. Strange because there is...

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ProDelicious - Like the chocolate on Gold Bars

ConsSlightly too small. Not very exciting packaging.

If anyone out there is wondering what a caramac is, it is basically a solid bar of the same sort of chocolate that covers those delicious gold bars. It's made by Nestlé and, in my opinion, is one of the best types of chocolate avaliable. The product is basically caramel flavoured chocolate, hence...

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Not for me

ProA great way to dump an unwanted partner

ConsOnce they're unwrapped, people actually expect you...

Sweets have personalities. For sure. Sherbet lemons are full of zest and fun, kind of like dating an affluent blonde New York girl. Pear drops, on the other hand, are the one night stand of the confectionary kingdom; initially a great idea, but soon the bitter aftertaste hits you, as their coarse...

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