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Nestle Allens Jaffas

Nestle Allens Jaffas

3.0 from 4 reviews

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Can't live without them

Love the dark chocolate inside, and the outer hard shell just makes it better-but it seems their days are numbered-can no longer buy them anywhere, just like Columbines which disappeared a year ago with no notice.And they were the best caramels ever-much better than Fantales.

Smarties in a Jaffa Packet!

I love Jaffas but not smarties! I have recently had a couple of packets of Jaffas where smarties have snuck into the bag. Not sure about their quality control process???

missing something

i love the combination of orange and chocolate but this just did not do it for me, the chocolate was not rich enough the orange flavor not flavorfull enough it lacked tasted and the sugar coating was too hard, if you can I would suggest haigs orange chocolate or the orange chocolate M&M's - those are amazing!
i hate giving poor reviews but i would have preferred to know before i bought them! the price is good though- i got a packet for $2.50


Nestle Jaffas are circular shaped, and have a crunchy, Jaffa outer layer and soft chocolaty inside layer. They can be consumed by themselves or crushed to use in cupcakes or sprinkled on top of ice cream. I've also found them to be great fun for the kids in the game of 'hit the Jaffa', whereby a Jaffa is rolled down a spiral with the aim to crush it at the end.
Inexpensive, found in local supermarkets
I once purchased a packet with almost all the jaffas crushed, which was not useful since I needed them whole for cake decoration. Also there aren't a variety of sized packs.

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Nestle Allens Jaffas
Release dateFeb 2011

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