Not a fan of Cadburys Creamy Hazelnut
I thought I was buying an old favourite, didn't have my glasses on...wished I had.
I was looking forward to the satisfying taste and crunch of hazelnuts. Instead I got a mouthful of what tasted like granulated sugar...yuk too sweet. I could barely taste the hazelnuts and the chocolate wasn't nice.
Why did you ruin a good bar for the sake of change?
I won't buy this again, I'll move on to something new that says what it really is inside.
Totally dislike this. Sickly sweet. My family hates this. Why fix something that ain't broke? Whole hazelnut better.
No taste of hazelnut
No picking up the hazelnut that falls out and we all grab for...
No buying lots of bars anymore....
Dont change what people love.
Change isnt always for the better!!!
Hazelnuts? what hazelnuts?
Have now started buying my hazelnut chocolate from my local Aldi store as the Cadbury one has the most pathetic little chips of hazelnuts in it. It has really gone downhill and when i complained to them they didn't even have the courtesy to respond!!! very poor product and poor customer service.
My new old favourite.
I haven't bought this variety for years but when I couldn't find my favourite nut choccies in the supermarket I reached out for the Cadbury Hazelnut block for $3.50. Absolutely delicious. Full of chunky hazelnuts and the chocolate is smooth and creamy and not too sweet. This is now my preferred chocolate treat.
It used to be good....but then....
In the beginning, Cadbury was owned by Cadbury, and the Chocolate Hazelnut block had large whole hazelnuts, and you knew that it was good. Chocolate was made with real milk and not just sugar, and the hazelnuts were as big as the day they were pulled from the tree...
Then came the Kraft times, and all that knew good from not, were aprehensive, and scared, and Cadbury had no further say in how Cadbury was made. And the recipes were Kraftenised. And the Cadbury Hazelnut block no longer had whole hazelnuts, but rather a crushed mish mash, th...at screamed insult to its former glory. Complaints to Kraftbury fell on the death ears, and this former champion of Cadbury Hazelnut Chocolate, now shuns it in the isle - and looks elsewhere for the whole hazelnut crunch, that Cadbury once was... The chocolate itself still contains full cream mllk as the primary ingredient No longer contains whole hazelnuts...
I dont buy these often because they are not my favourite type of nutty chocolate. They are yummy enough to eat and have just the right amount of crunch to them. I only buy these for the recipe, otherwise the taste doesnt appeal too much to me.
I buy these whenever I make a really tasty and rich slice which require these as part of the recipe. They are great to eat, and because these are so rich, I can only eat a square or two.
This is a unique taste, with the crunch of hazelnut, so some may not like it.
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