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Written on: 15/01/2013
I was innocently unravelling my crunchie only to find....a nasty surprise! It was a chunk of mouldy crunchie that was the end of another obviously out of date bar. Half the filling was missing and the inside was a funny shade of brown!I was disguted by the product as the orginal bar also tasted soggy. I do not understand how this has happened, Caburys let us all down with this product, I may have become sick from this vile chocolate… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2009 by greg2230 (1 review written)
I dont honestly know what Cadburys have done to the Crunchie bar but neither my Wife or myself can appreciate the change in the recipe that has made this part of the confectionary market a 100% failure. We find that it cannot be chewed and as for waiting for it to dissolve like the old bar used to, then that is an impossibilty. I suppose that the delighful UE could be responsible like they are for the rest of our taste buds being slowlky ruined by their interference. Sad really what has… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2009 by sneakygirl523 (1 review written)
the chocolate on the outside of the Cadbury Crunchie Bar is fab, and the honeycomb makes it crunchy and yum!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2009
Has something changed in the ingredients? Has something changed with our favourite Cadbury Crunchie Bars? My husband recently bought me two and they were horrible! The chocolate looks darker and tastes like cheap chocolate not the quality that I have come to expect from Cadbury's. It tastes like it is sweetened with something different, yuk!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/04/2008
I love the crunchie bar, in fact i am craving for it right now, but I live in the us now and I can't find any of the grocery stores in the us, I found it in a speciality store once but they were out of stock for the next month, please market it in the us. It will be a hit… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/03/2008
Cadbury Crunchie chocolate bars taste nice, but they are quite expensive!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/03/2008
The Cadbury Crunchie Bar is a good fill from one meal to another. Many people I have offered it to have enjoyed the taste (6 converts so far)!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/12/2007
I like Cadbury Crunchie bars a lot it tasted very nice. Not many bad points as it's good. Need to bigger… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2007 by Cheryl Haslam (1 review written)
There should be small bite size round crunchies, like maltesers.
Little crunchies dipped in chocolate!
You could buy them by the bag and have as many as you like.
Little round crunchie mouthfuls!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2004 by mercury chained (12 reviews written)
I love the two main ingredients of Cadburys Crunchie Bar bar. Cadbury's chocolate has to be the best commercial chocolate around and honeycomb always reminds me of the fair that used to come each year when I was a kid. You could buy big bags of the stuff there for about 25p!
To be honest, I think I prefer these two ingredients separate so I tend to end up biting the chocolate off first before starting on the honeycomb. Very messy and doesn't work well!
This is though, one of my favourite… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2004 by lightrevolution (14 reviews written)
Thin chocolate coats sugary honey comb, very sweet, and nice. Cadburys Crunchie Bar is up there with the best of 'em, like Lion bar and the Mars bar.
The Crunchie is pretty thin and not stodgy, so it goes pretty fast unlike a Lion or Snickers which are more dense.
...where would we be without The Crunchie?… Read Full Review
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