Big disappointment! Always buy Roses for Christmas but won't be this year.
Was given a tin yesterday for a gift and so different.
Awful flavours. Awful wrapping. Not chocolates at all really.
Everyone around the lunch table had the same opinion - not one person liked them anymore.
Will not be buying again.
cadbury roses chocolate 450g
I recently bought a box of cadbury roses chocolates 450g. was very disappointed. they are all different, not much filling, alot smaller. Will not be wasting money to ever buy another box. I grew up with these but no more
Purchased in November 2019 at woolworths Highfields for $7.98.
i luv cadburys but i shall never be buying the 'new'roses again. obviously, there is no comparison to the quality of the original roses with lovely hazlenuts included. why do so many companies resort to changing true and tested products for inferior crap? obviously, it is cost cutting. sooo diasppointing
Purchased in August 2019.
Do NOT BUY
Roses arent what they use to be. All the centres have been changed and taste horrible. I dont know why companies change something that was amazing to something so foul. PLEASE do not purchase this product you will be looking for a refund like I did
Purchased in July 2019 for $9.00.
An Old Favourite destroyed !
Bought a large box of Roses for the after dinner pass around to a group of 14 people. They were terrible. Flavours are shocking, they don't taste nice at all, and all the old favourite centres are gone. They are not worth eating. Not one person liked these 'new' Roses! I used to love to buy, or get given, a box of Roses chocolates.... but not any more. I won't buy these again unless the 'Old Roses' comes back to life.
No Stars! What a total disappointment
After enjoying Roses for years something that never changes, what has happened? Bought a box to take to my mum for a little surprise visit and what a disappointment all round by the whole family. The chocolate are nothing like they used to be. Odd fillings all crunchy. Nothing was the same....Sadly will not be buying again
When it isn't broken, don't try to fix it!
After being a Cadbury roses fan for more than 30 years, my daughter bought me a box of Roses chocolates for my birthday on Monday. What happened to the original flavours? The Strawberry Creme! The Classic Fudge! The Hazelnut Whirl! The original Peppermint Creme! These new flavours are terrible! Even the wrappers are horrible. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE go back to the original flavours as I won't be buying these ones ever again!
Purchased in September 2019.
Told my wife ' never ever buy Cadbury's Roses again
My wife gave me a 450g. box of roses for father's day. The flavours were sickening to say the least. Hard to believe a once great company could peddle this tripe. If someone's trying to diet I would suggest buying them a box of Cadbury roses. Seriously any other brand is better, they are rubbish.
The change in product has turned us off purchasing ROSES CHOCOLATES
Since you have changed the taste and quality of Roses chocolates I have declined to purchase same. We were large consumers of the product as we took 15 boxes overseas for relatives as gifts. It was not unusual to consume a box in one evening when playing cards with friends. Hard to give it even 1 star
No thank you for you
I wanted to say thanks to my wife for doing the dishes and being my missus so I bought her some Cadbury roses. She said they sucked compared to how they used to be. I am more a Lindt 85 per cent type so these types of chocolates always seem too sweet.
Purchased in August 2019.
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Questions & Answers
Why won't any cadbury representatives answer any of the above questions? I imagine it is due to embarrassment to be associated with any company be it either kraft, mondelez or cadbury who would pull such a rotten swifty on loyal customers (up until now that is, many customers have now gone).
Why have you changed the Roses formulae?
MacDonalds won’t change the Big Mac... Coca Cola tried it and quickly reversed it. There smart. Your not .
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