Uh, I know I bought these a long time ago. And now it's about time I blogged about them. XD Not a very good snack blogger am I?!! 彡(-_-;)彡 Gomenasai ごめなさい (I'm sorry in Japanese... still learning, more like re-learning).
Here's an all-in-one post as I think I would be too slow to write individual articles on each snack.
Nestlé TEX is like a less chocolatey version of the chunky Kit Kat. It's a double wafer snack bar with minimal chocolate. I actually like this but it cost £1.99!! Expensive.
Next up are these Reese's Egg and Heart. I'm going to have to say that I really did not like this one bit. I do like Reese's chocolates but these two just made me want to puke. I think it might have been the soft centre that just didn't go with me. Both cost 99p each.
|It got crushed!|
Wonky Chewy Runts are not so special I think. We see a lot of sweets that are fruit flavoured and of course chewable. These are artificially flavoured and definitely taste like fruits.
Junior Mints is something I have never seen before. They are not bad to have on you if you have a bad breath or need something refreshing in your mouth. There's a chocolate surrounding and a very soft, liquidy, minty centre. It's not bad, but if you don't like super soft centres then I suggest you have a chalky mint. :P This cost £1.89. Expensive.
I'm sure I've reviewed Dark Chocolate M&M's before (when I went to Dallas)... but anyway here's something you don't get to see if main UK stores. Cost £1.99. Still expensive.
And finally Lemon Square Extra Dessert Delights chewing gum. Yes, you can buy this chewing gum from Sweets From Heaven! And yep they taste like lemon squares. Cost £2.69!!!! OMG. What did I buy!!!
I did buy a few other things but they expired so quickly so I didn't get to try them. Oh well. The sweets and snacks are expensive, but that's what you get for American imports. :(