It's been another long working week at my day job so I again must apologise for the lack of a review yesterday. There would have been no way for me to check that the content was all correct or allow comments to get through so I thought best to save the review for a different time. In case you missed them we had two posts entertaining us (hopefully anyway haha!) this week.
Hotel Chocolat Munch it - Crunch it - See HERE
Kellogg's Krave Chocolate Caramel & Krave Totally Chocolatey - See HERE
Next week I hope the posting schedule will return to normal (Monday/Wednesday/Friday), I just hope my recent three post a week failings haven't lost me too many readers :D Just so you know I haven't been 100.0% lazy this week :D the news page has been updated - See HERE. If you have any further stories to contribute please get in contact.
Next week I'm sure a lot of you will be pleased to hear that the rest of the Halloween reviews will land on the site. I wont spoil what you will see but there is a good representation from several different brands.
Enjoy your weekend everyone - thanks for your continued support of 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 weekHotel Chocolat Yumpkin
Ladies & Gentlemen - due to popular demand and I'm glad to announce that the Hotel Chocolat Halloween 2011 reviews START NOW!!! :D Indeed, after receiving a deluge of reader requests I'm finally in a position to offer you guys my views on some of the new additions to the Hotel Chocolat range this year. I have to say guys, it's been a terrible process to have to go through - I'm sure you will all be glad to hear I have made it through these tough times :D
Snack of the Week just had to be this Hotel Chocolat Yumpkin chocolate which has been gracing my work desk being slowly nibbled away at. Described as a hollow milk chocolate pumpkin, this one was more about it's funky design and look rather anything ground breaking chocolate wise. It broke my heart breaking into the smiley faced little man, but the urge for the chocolate became too much by Monday mid-afternoon :D The chocolate itself was actually a different recipe in terms of it's cocoa percentage (35.0% vs the standard 40.0%!) but it was still pretty much gave the same experience with it's cream based sweet milky cocoa flavours ever progressive. Tasty, fun looking and a sensible price - it sounds like good Halloween gifting to me!
7.9 out of 10
Have you seen the Hotel Chocolat Halloween line up this year? SEE HERE
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