So when I run-wrapped this white chocolate bar I was surprised to be met with a more mild aroma than I anticipated, in fact it what quite appealing, which doesn’t seem to be the case with most white chocolate.
Just like the Chilli one I reviewed, this one has a great design and certainly makes it a memorable chocolate bar. But when it comes to the flavour, I found it very sweet, and two sweet for my tastes. It was even more than the Nestle Milky Bar Shaker Easter Egg that I reviewed this Easter. I’m sure many of you will absolutely love it, but it was just a bit too much for me.
Taste: 40% – too sweet (but that’s white chocolate for you)
Texture: 60% – you really can’t fault it, but the high cocoa butter solids content makes it a bit more oily than I like
Price: 60% – it’s not bad for £1.35
Overall: 53.33% – it’ll have its fans
If the Tipyn Bach White Chocolate Bar was a song it would be: Sweet Song – Blur
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