SITE UPDATE + RITTER COMPETITION WINNER
Again it's been a busy week on ChocolateMission and I can once again only thank you all for all the feedback you have sent my way. If you managed to miss any of the reviews I've posted the links to them below - please continue to add any thoughts or opinions as and when you have them.
* Go*Do Organic Chocolate Selection - See HERE
* 'Bits n Bobs' Chocolate Cereal, Flapjacks, Cookies & Bars - See HERE
* Snickers Hazelnut Slab - See HERE
I'm sure most of you are far more interested in hearing who has won the Ritter Sport Noisette bars that I put up for grabs in that review nine days ago - See HERE. After receiving so many responses and sensible suggestions as to why Germans use hazelnuts so often, I decided the only fair way to determine the winners was to use my trusted spreadsheet random number generator to pick my winners.
I can now reveal the lucky winners are ....
Comment #17 - Rachel
Comment #36 - Stu
Comment #75 - Tomas
Well done to you guys - I will give you a week to get in contact with me via e-mail to claim your prizes. Failure to do so will lead in a Ritter Rollover :D
With that guys I will leave you to the weekend ahead with this weeks Snack of the Week :D Thanks again for your continued contributions to the site.
SNACK OF THE WEEK ..... a new part of '7Days of Chocolate Reviews' which will feature any manner of snacking product I have been products munching on in the weekGalaxy A Gift For You
Kcal 198 Fat 11.3g Carbs 21.7g
With a full three months to go before the big day, on the 24th Spetember I bring you ChocolateMission's first Christmas 2011 review :D It's unbelievable to think but the UK supermarkets have been stocking Christmas themed products for a fair few weeks now - it does make you kinda think why they don't just start stocking them all year round doesn't it!? To just showcase how silly this all is I thought it a funny idea to bring you a first Christmas review before I even got stuck in to Halloween this year - quite the comedian aren't I haha!
Well starting things off this year we have these Galaxy 'A Gift For You' chocolates. Billed as 'one half caramel and one half milk chocolate', this 38.0g present shaped chocolate piece cost me £0.65. To save me giving yet another long winded run down of just how amazing Galaxy Caramel chocolates are, let me point you in the direction of this review HERE. Suffice to say the present shaped mould was every bit as suitable as I imagined, and although the proportions of caramel to chocolate were disappointingly more weighted towards the milk chocolate, it was still a lovely little snack oozing with buttery caramel and sweet chocolate class. I'm sure I will be eating a fair few of these this festive year.
8.4 out of 10
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