Available in two varieties:
• Milk/Dark chocolate shell with creamy almond filling
• Milk/white chocolate shell with nut/creme filling
A delightful treat with so many possibilities. Don't let the kids see them, or they won't last long!
OMG these were absolutely amazing!!! Both varieties are incredibly smooth and the filling totally melts in your mouth.
They are a pleasantly large size but still small enough to feel like you are having a treat. Just might be an idea to hide the rest away otherwise it would be too easy to go through them very quickly!
My favourite was definitely the nut/creme filling variety, the almond did remind me of the flavour of the sort of icing you get on wedding cakes (can't for the life of me think of the name) but it was still very nice.
These would make a fabulous gift for someone and price wise are pretty reasonable given the quality of the chocolate.
Our favourite way to enjoy them was on the side of evening coffee. Perfect ending to the day.
I'm addicted to chocolate and found these so lovely that i didn't want to share, but the postie arrived when everyone was home
I found the red wrapped ones to be a little bit "rich" and taste similar to the alcohol chocolates that come out at christmas. Speaking of which, we thought that the Roshen range would make an excellent gift; if i could bear to part with them or as a special feature on the tree. White tree with these lovely little chocolates hanging instead of un-edible decorations.
My personal favorite was the green ones and with the size of them i found myself biting them in half and savouring each half (also to make the packet last longer). Me being me, i did try and stuff the whole thing in my mouth to start but wound up slobbering on myself. I think for the price that a lot of people will look at it as an occasional thing rather than an everyday item but for the size of the chocolate and the amount in the bag, i would say you are getting a really good deal.
WOW: Have you ever had anything so perfect in a sweet?? No... then head out and try these. They are awesome!
Master 9 was not at all impressed, and I admit to being truly shocked when he said so... to the point where I said 'are you kidding me? OMG they rock, try it again, you just didn't try it right' poor kid. But no, unfortunately these just were not his thing.
Miss 5 was also not at all interested in them either, but then she is not big on chocolate or cakes & biscuits anyways, so was not really that surprised.
But they are most definitely my thing and everybody else's. I expected them to be individually much smaller than they were, and I was quite surprised at the amount you got in your pack, but still think the price possibly a little more than many would pay, esp not knowing how many you do get. I would buy them again, more for special occasions (xmas, birthdays etc) though, rather than a 'just because' or a weekly treat.
They would be absolutely perfect as gifts too... In fact any Roshen products, esp the chocolate would make wonderful elegant gifts.
These have a smooth chocolate outer and then the velvety filling which was just perfect. Not too sweet either. Again the dark chocolate was my favourite. In fact I firmly believe that Roshens dark chocolate has got to be my new favourite chocolate.
Thank you KIWIreviews and Roshen for sharing these products with us, because they are simply amazing.
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