Unhappy with taste... why change a winning thing.
I loved milky bar before they changed it..
It’s is gritty now.
It was very smooth before.
Chocolate is not healthy and I know that of course.
Trying To making it “healthy” is a silly idea.
For me it’s a treat.
I don’t eat it much anymore so I guess they have made it healthy.
Same Cheap Too Too Sweat garbage that Cadbury make >:-(
I have eaten Nestle Milky Bar for 40+ years !
I buy a Bar or two about once every year or so ( so not a massive customer )
I love to make Cookies with it and eat the left overs.
Well I have just eaten the left overs and its now tastes awful !!
The creamy milk taste is gone and all you get is sickly sweat yuck !
It is so sweat it makes your mouth burn, exactly the same as garbage Cadbury chocolate.
I now have to find a white chocolate to replace Milky Bar as I will not buy or use it again.
Purchased in April 2019.
I had always buy nothing but milkly bar chocolate since the 60s, so why change something good
I had always brought milky bar when I was a kid never since I took that first bite from the 60s. So I don't know what you did to the recipe but it tastes awful now it has got very sickly. You need to rethink your mistakes and go back to original recipe. I had tasted Cadburys white chocolate and straight away i went back to Nestles Milky Bar. what I would do is make a limited edition from the 1960s packaging and taste.
Where's the Creamy Rich whit Chocolate
I bought a bar from shop it was crumbly, dry and tasted awful. Nestles White Chocolate was once beautifully rich and creamy and tasted like white chocolate should have, this new formula is distasteful lacks flavour and that rich aroma. Seriously disappointed.
What happened to the creamy Nestle Milky bar chocolate?
Nestles Milky bar chocolate use to be my favourite with its rich, creamy white chocolate texture and flavour.... but it's changed so much and is now a cheapened version of its former self. It's no better than cheap compound chocolate. What's the point Nestles, cheaper to make for more profits? But when you lose customers because of the bad taste it's a pointless exercise isn't it? Cadbury's white dream chocolate is now my favourite.
Love this chocolate!
Milkybar is a favourite for white chocolate. As well as blocks and buttons, they also have the 'Milk and cookies' block which tastes lovely. I prefer it to the plain chocolate as it takes away some of the sweetness.
Creamy, milky texture. And a nice crunch with the cookies block.
Quite sweet, as most white chocolates are, so it can only really be eaten in small portions.
Around for years
Nestle Milky bar has been around for years. Growing up I remember all the adverts on tv with "the milky bar kid". The familiar little cowboy with his glasses on giving out milky bars. It is definitely marketed towards children rather than adults. It is white chocolate with a white creamy colour. It is incredibly smooth and tastes very milky. It melts in your mouth coating it in a smooth white chocolate. Compared against other white chocolates it is very sweet and reminds me of a condensed milk flavour. I think the sweetness and milky flavour is...what kids love about it. These day it is available in a range of different sizes from a snack treat size to a full block size. Available from all good supermarkets and convenience stores. Fairly priced. Smooth creamy and milky Incredibly sweet
These are good to try if you want a sweet, but not a chocolate. They come in a variety of sizes and great to eat if you want something different. I dont eat these often, only when I really want to eat them. They are a bit too sweet for my taste and I dont really understand how they say its got milky goodness in it. Is it really made out of milk? It would be nice if that part was clearer.
We buy these because my husband likes the milky creamy taste. I dont mind eating them, but they are not my favourite. These are good if you dont like the sometimes bitter taste from chocolates.
They taste milky, but too sweet for me.
Questions & Answers
Your white chocolate tastes terrible, its also very grainy, why?
This has always been a fav' of mine, now I can't eat it.
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