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Written on: 01/11/2011 by LindaPacitti (1 review written)
I too was a member of the Curly wurly club and I am now 45! There was a welcome pack with a newsletter and a badge with Curly the moose in the middle of it which said 'I belong to the curly wurly club'. I was a prefect at school at the time and I wore the badge on my blazer!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/07/2010
Not only is the curly wurly a healthier snack, but it is also a delicious one! At only 117 calories a bar, they are a satisfying snack for the chocolate craver.
Each bite gets better as the chocolate and caramel slowly melt in your mouth - delicious! Dipping it in tea is the best, as the caramel melts and goes gooey.
The bar is in a 'lattice' style which helps you to bite through it.
The bar is made by Cadbury's and has the origional chocolatey taste.
Overall, the curly wurly is a… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2010 by HerridgeL01 (1 review written)
When I purchased this product, it was fantastic to open, the taste was fairly edible, the packaging was very bright and a sucsess to appeal to buyers. Unfortunately when I took a bite into the chocolate and caramel I was extremely enfuriated to feel dozens of flakes of chocolate slide down my chin!. This product is manufactured appallingly!! and i'm very dissapointed overall. Thats not all!! after being considerably close to tears of sheer anger! I could not swallow down the caramel in any… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2008 by gabbyco (1 review written)
This is a childhood product that I love eating even as an adult the other favourite is finger of fudge and also the Freddie bar.
The Curly Wurly is made by Cadburys and comes in a white sleave with purple ends and written in red and light blue and purple lettering.
Its fantastic to eat.
Very chewy it reminds me of a chocolate tressle and I love pulling it to bits with my mouth
My usual excuse is to pamper children and eat these when I buy for my nephews and nieces as a treat for taking them… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2006 by rndk (1 review written)
Back in 1980's I was a member in the Curly Wurly club in the UK ,in which I had to collect 12 wrappers to join. What actually happenend to the members club as I am now 32 years old. I have told many of my freinds over the years about it but nobody believes me… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2006 by poeshke (17 reviews written)
Being from Belgium I usually support my nation and buy Belgian chocolate, but I do make an exception for Curly Wurlys! I love their shape and texture and of course their taste. Even in Belgium you can buy them in some supermarkets, and they were my favourite childhood treat (and maybe even my reason for studying in the UK :-)… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2005 by boggle737 (1 review written)
Cadburys Curly Wurly Bar is a slender chocolate bar packing a lot of pazzaz and for the same cost as 2 packs of 10p crisps, or maybe some fruit or a single root vegetable. Quite good… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2004 by ATLANTIS (16 reviews written)
Cadbury's Curly Wurly Bar is a classic icon from my childhood. And the best thing is it still tastes as good and is as fun to eat today as it was then. Give Cadbury's their due they do chocolate very well! The caramel inside is delicious too and it is a nice light chocolate bar, not too sickly at all. The Curly Wurly is still a cheap chocolate bar in comparison to many others but then due to it's lace like curly wurly design you don't get an awful lot for your money and bigger bars would be… Read Full Review
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