I do like the odd mug of Hot Chocolate. Fair enough more so in the bad weather, but then again with the wind and rain and even Snow up here in Scotland then the weather isn't exactly Spring Time.I don't tend to have a jar of Hot Chocolate and more buy the little sachets. I know this is a bit of a waste of money, but as I mentioned I don't drink it all that much. Don't drink any hot drink that much.
The individual sachets you get of these cost 22p in Asda or you can get 5 for £1. Not that much of a saving, but I normally buy a few from the different flavours. Although I like just normal Milk Chocolate flavouring, I tend to go for the Mint one and this one more than the "boring plain ones".The sachet is alright. Just a small, sort of thin rectangular shape. Nice enough blue colour with the writing on the front and a splash of colour to indicate what flavour this is, so this one has a orange bit on the front. The sachet is easy enough to open and you just rip the corner off and pour the powder out. There is a good enough amount of powder in here, and enough for 1 Chocolatey mug of this.
The powder seems thin grains and stirs in well enough.You can smell the Chocolate and the Orange tinge coming through as well.
So was this Outrageous? Not quite. it was tasty enough and the Orange was zesty and a nice flavouring when mixed in with the Milky Chocolate. A nice perhaps strong taste, but not too strong either. Just a nice drink.You can also buy this in a large tub like the 1 pictured. I think these cost around the £2.80 and don't know how many servings you would get from that. a serving from the tub is 1 teaspoonful.
Don't have the sachet to hand, but think a sachet of this has around 45 calories.A nice fancy twist on a hot drink.
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