Written on: 04/11/2015 by wyPage233 (1 review written)
Disappointed with the selection. The chocolate eclairs have no place with the so called heroes. What's happened to the crunchies, the flakes and the picnics glad I opened the container now and not saved them until Christmas. Will buy some Thorntons instead for Christmas… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2014
Lured as we were to buying the 410g pack of Cadbury Heroes by the promise of an extra 20%, if our team here in the office had known that it was an extra 20% of a disappointing selection of childish rubbish (Fudge); remnants of grannies' handbag (Eclairs); and new-fangled-nonsense (Twisted) making up half of the selection, we would never have touched it. Having sent someone hapless into the night to fetch such a disappointing array of sweets, rather than berating them for not looking at the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2013
Bought these as presents for 2 chocaholic boys .... I didn't think to check contents ...as I have always found the 'old'Heros were great .. WHAT a disappointment .... (Cream eggs are low on appreciation list ... We can all live without frankly)... No crunchy ??? All rather samey & dull ..... A re think please!!!!! The kids didn't even seem really very bothered.... Which is unusual for this family where chocs are considered weekend breakfast treat !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!""!!!!! Come on… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2012 by alicetgibbs (1 review written)
Opened my pack of heros to find that there was no wrapper on some of the sweets?! Either they were put In like this or not properly wrapped. I find this unhygienic and as a result will not be eating any of them and will be sending a formal letter to cadbruys about this issue… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2012
I thought this was really great. it has a lot of variety and a great amount of sweets. I think it is a great ting to share with family and friends as it gives everyone with different tastes a chance to eat it also it is just the right size as there isn't to much or to little to eat. There is enough for quite a big group of people and it stops you having to much. I think it is a great product that is always ready if you have it on hold to make a whole house hold happy. i think that the labeling… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2010
I agree with a lot of the other reviews and think that Cadbury's Heroes this year are a total disappointment. We miss the inclusion of Crunchie, Picnic and Dream and find the Eclair, ridiculous Creme Egg and Bourneville very unsatisfactory replacements. Please bring back the original selection! Or at least add some Whole Nut, Fruit and Nut miniatures.
Mars Celebrations far superior this year and I am a Cadbury chocolate fan.
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Written on: 29/11/2010
Well , I actually am quite lucky as my favorates are there. Exept I don't like creme egg twisted , ergh , but the bornville is there which I qite like but I think I prefer Celebrations because I always get a Cadbury selection pack for xmas and that is enough cadburys for me! I prefer a selection.
I don't like the fact that you open the tin and it is HALF EMPTY I thought cadbyurys was a glass and a half (lame pun...)… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/11/2010
Totally dissapointed with Heroes. Thankfully we opened these before Christmas as a treat for the weekend. What the blazes is an eclair doing in this selection? Where's the Picnic? Will not buy these again. Total let down from Cadburys. Feels like a bit of a swizz… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/10/2010
Ruined with the changes in selection and over to Mars Celebrations for me… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2010
Well done Cadburys Miniature Heroes, you have joined all the rest of today' chocolate selection manufacturers, substituting the interesting flavours, Crunchie, picnics etc with the sickly sweet, soft centred (twisted creme egg) and mundane bournville, not to mention chocoalate eclairs. There is now nothing in the heroes box that our family, or extended family like, I won't be buying them again, Toblerone or Bendicks for us in future as they haven't changed their identity. What is the point of… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2009 by amcmaster1 (1 review written)
Bitterly disappointed with the replacements in Cadbury Heroes for Dream, Time Out & Picnic. Why could they not have had just a wider selection instead of taking chocs away fro the new addition… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/01/2009
on the box, it says 'occassionally, it is necessary to replace a particular chocolate with another of an equally high standard.'
fair enough. but replace it with a particular chocolate of an equally high standard.
picnic has gone - who cares?
but we are left with bourneville - if they are trying to market this at dark chocolate-lovers then i think they are failing because usually i like dark chocolate but i find this watery and disgusting - and eclairs. what the heck were they thinking?… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/12/2008
Surely the point of Cadbury Heroes is that they are miniature versions of our favourite Cadbury bars. Chocolate Eclairs are not a miniature version but a sweet in its own right - it has no place in a tin of Heroes. I feel the introduction of Bournvilles and Eclairs are a blatant cost cutting exercise. Heroes are now banned from our house… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/12/2008 by leepaul (1 review written)
I was very disappointed when on Christmas morning i opened my box of miniture heroes and discovered there were no time outs or crunchies! and a new bournville chocolate that i cannot stand! I did not see any word that these had changed when ever they were advertised on TV, it seems they were very clever not to advertise the fact as they may not have sold as well! I wont be buying these again, think i will have to buy celebrations… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2008
Bring them back, ban the bourneville. I don't care if it's cheaper to make-I think they are shooting themselves in the foot because no-one will buy cheap, horrible dark chocolate or icky eclairs… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2008 by littleemopony (1 review written)
Cadbury's Heroes was our favourite variety of chocolate to get at Christmas. They had around about 10 different vairities and we each had a favourite. Our favourites were different aswell so there was no arguing over who would get the last Crunchie or Dairy Milk or whatever. This was before we opened the Hero box this year, expecting to see our favourite chocolates and unaware of the changes made.What a terrible shock we had! To discover that our beloved favourite chocolates had disappeared… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2008
I love the Twirl Cadbury Heroes and all the choccie goodness of the milk Chocolates. I never liked the Picnics so not sad to see then gone.
What the madness are Eclairs and Bournville doing in there? I hate Toffees and Dark Chocolate.
Celebrations have knocked Heroes off as my #01 but #02 ain't so bad… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/12/2008
I am disgusted by the decision to replace Dreams and Crunchies with Bournville and Toffee Eclair. It is a DISASTROUS decision. I have yet to meet someone who doesn't like Crunchie. MOST people don't like Bournville. Very many people don't do very well with bullet hard toffee.
The Picnic was one of the best ones in it! Why are Cadbury removing the very things that made Heroes so, well, HEROIC?
Shower of skinflints in charge at Cadbury these days its seems… Read Full Review
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