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Written on: 02/03/2013 by lisa401 (1 review written)
Walnut whips were my all time favourite sweets, lovely thick textured chocolate with a soft creamy marshmallow filling. They tasted gorgeous and were a real treat. Now, the thick chocolate has gone only to be replaced by a cheaper, thinner version and the nut at the top seems to have been made smaller too. Walnut whips are hardly sold anywhere individually anymore, and I can only conclude from this that shops don't make a profit on them because nobody buys them anymore, hence they don't… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2013
Just opened a box of 6 walnut whips and they all have a QUARTER walnut stuck on top now instead of the usual half. In fact that half walnut was the only thing that was original about a walnut whip. They used to be real whipped, textured, munchy chocolate. Now they're moulded, shiny and greasy. I don't know why I bothered buying them. Like Roses, their quality has diminished to a fraction of what it used to be. In fact, I think if I found a genuine 1970 cadbury's walnut whip it would taste… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2011 by BABABE (1 review written)
As the other complaints have said, a Walnut Whip is no longer a Walnut Whip. So bad are the changes to the chocolate shell and the whipped filling I have no clue what to do with the remaining 5 out of the 6 pack I bought. Why oh why do companies feel the need to change a formula that has been working for as long as I can remember. Will not be buying again… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2010
I am surprised and at the same time pleased that there are other people that think the same than I do.
I used to love the original walnut whip with dark chocolate and was really disappointed by the new one now being sold. It's not only the taste that has nothing to do with the original but also its appearance: it's like the difference between a cheap solid milk chocolate bar and an individually handcrafted praline.
I liked the originals so much that I would have ordered and have them shipped to… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2009 by jpg59ltd (1 review written)
Dear Nestle, I have just eaten my 2nd Walnut Whip from a Christmas present package of 6 given last week and unfortunately the experience of the first was completely duplicated. The chocolate shell recipe has been changed or a different chocolate used as it is horrible and inside the white fluffy filling is about 25% of its former glory. In fact the only thing that hadn't changed is the walnut on top. As such this product cannot be, and shouldn't be, marketed as a 'Walnut Whip' as it in no way… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2009
What have they done to Walnut Whips? My wife was given some for her birthday. We used to love them and regarded them as a real treat.They've changed they way the make them so now its just a cone of rather bland solid chocolate with the filling inside. We remember them as being made in a spiral swirl and the chocolte had a far better texture and taste. The filling is also much sweeter and soggier than it used to be. It was fluffier in days gone by.
All changes aren't necessarily for the better… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/05/2009 by john8m (1 review written)
I was very excited to receive my multi-pack of walnut whips today, but on opening the first whip I discovered that Nestle no longer give you a full walnut. They have now cut it in half.
I can live with half a walnut but if it happens again I shall write a letter of complaint… Read Full Review
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