ChokaBlok Review

The main things I love in my life
are my children, cakes and chocolate (okay and my hubbie, better squeeze him
there in case he is reading!). So
having the opportunity to review a new range of chocolate is a little bit of
sunshine to me. Especially when they
sound so mouth watering and delicious, I was in love with them before I had
even opened the packets…

Our selection included the full
exquisite range

Cookie Crumb Mon-Star – Creamy
white chocolate with shortcake biscuit balls, dark cookie crumbs and milk
chocolate stars.

Gold Digger Dynamite (the
household favourite!) – Milk chocolate caramel cups, chunks of sweet honeycomb,
surrounded by milk and white chocolate.

The Chocolate Extremist – Smooth
milk chocolate with rich dark chocolate, crunchy brownie pieces and milk
chocolate malty balls.

The Rocky Road of Love (for those
soppy romantics!) – Milk chocolate with dark chocolate hearts, shortcake
biscuit balls and mini marshmallows with a drizzle of dark chocolate.

When you open the packets
visually they look very tempting, absolutely loaded with every possible goodie
you can imagine.

The chocolate is very luxurious
and melts in your mouth but its appealing having the texture and bite of the
toppings. The chocolate bloks are
available to buy for an RRP of £1.59 from Tesco. I think that is a very fair price for a product this
indulgent. Being on a budget I find it
hard to get affordable treats for my friends for their birthdays but a bar of
this and a card, is enough to show them you care (especially when they get
their teeth into it!) without breaking the bank.

They even have a Chokablok Gift
Box (RRP £3.99), which has bite-sized versions of the four flavours but the
difference is each has a soft centre. 
They were quite heavenly especially the Chocolate Extremist version…

I think I am going to be hard
pushed to go back to my old time favourite Dairy Milk, after having been spoilt
with these offerings…

Although trying to get the boys and their friends to share once they had the bloks in there clasp was slightly tricky!!! With hindsight I should have opened them when everyone was sleeping!

You can find out more from the
website (or just skip that and head to Tesco now, you will not regret chomping
on these!). I see they do ice creams
too… (resumes drooling!)

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