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Streets Splice Pine Lime

Streets Splice Pine Lime

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Paula

Paula

  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

it is smaller and it falls off the stick

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My mum who is 93 years old has had these for a long long time: she came in with the new box of 'same great taste just a new box' stating that they weren't the same thing. I looked closer and they looked smaller and fell off the stick. When I wrote to Streets, they wanted to know the barcode, the date of purchase and where I bought it. ..

Purchased in December 2020 for $5.00.

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Michelle A

Michelle A

  • 2 reviews

Tastes disgusting.

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Extremely disappointed and very confused as to why Splice now tastes like rosemary or some sort of herb?! So gross that I couldn't even have more than 2 licks. Won't be purchasing again unless I hear the recipe is back to original.

Purchased in April 2019.

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Spliceisbad

SpliceisbadWollongong

Absolute Dirt

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Streets Splice is the absolute lowest form of ice cream. It is a perfect example of the work of the devil. Everyone hates Splice. Why do they even make it anymore?

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Not The Same as in The Good Old Days!

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I recently bought streets splice only to be very disappointed. The top third of the splice is now solid ice. Another cost cutting measure that has spoilt the reputation of a brand name once synonymous with quality. I'll be buying the cheaper brands in the future because they have a greater proportion of ice cream.

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