October 1st: '7Days of Chocolate Reviews' - Edition 88 - Aero Christmas Tree


Hi All,

Edition 88 of 7Days of Chocolate Reviews ... you might think I've been doing this too long eh!? I have enjoyed hearing from you all about the reviews this week, both the Cadbury and Lindt posts sparked a good deal of debate and discussion is still going back and forth on various issues. You can take a look at these reviews here:

Cadbury Mascots - See HERE

'Bits n Bobs' Cakes, Muffins & Biscuits - See HERE
Lindt Excellence Dark Caramel - See HERE

Here in the UK we have had a bit of a summer renaissance which makes my SOTW today looked even more of a nonsense then it is already posting about Christmas chocolates in September :D What can I say!? Before anyone gets too worried the Halloween reviews will be starting in the next few days so don't get the impression that I've skipped one holiday altogether - patience kids :D

I feel the need to run a competition for some chocolate :D ... who wants a Ritter Sport Milk & Wheatpuffs (See HERE)??? Well get yourself on twitter, follow @Chocmission and then Re-tweet one of my reviews with the hashtag #competition. I will randomly pick a few lucky winners next week.


I hope that will keep you all out of mischief until next Monday :D Have great weekends.


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 weekAero Christmas Tree
Kcal 146 Fat 8.3g Carbs 16.2g

You guys didn't do anything to discourage me off the Christmas reviews last week so I'm back with yet another for you all (at least we can say it's October now haha :D ) Indeed today we have the Aero Christmas Tree - Yep, yet another new Aero product to join the likes of the Aero Orange, Aero Biscuit, Aero Easter Sheep etc which have already been sent out our way from Nestle this year.

This 25.0g single Christmas Tree shaped mould came in a snazzy looking foil packet, and looked similarly cool in reality with it's bright green coloured aerated centre. Anyone who has had Aero Mint before will not feel out of place with what you get here - essentially a sweet milky outer chocolate with a lovely melt in mouth textured peppermint chocolate centre. As with every Aero product you have to able to appreciate the sweeter, more sugary type of chocolate to enjoy this one. If you are well versed with Aero Mint however you will likely get a the same deal in terms of pleasure, but just in a smaller, less substantial Christmas themed manner. I'm sure the majority of you would have known the score with this one before reading this review - I think it's always nice to be reassured though, check it out mint chocolate fans.

8.2 out of 10



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