When I first went vegan, one of the most important things I did was find out what chocolate I could eat. I feel that this was imperative to the success of the endeavour, and still is, for without chocolate, how would one LIVE??!
(Incidentally, lots of other mint fondant chocolate is accidentally vegan too – Fry’s Peppermint Cream, for instance, and even original Fry’s Cream. I realise that if you’re not English you probably have no idea what the hell I just said, and I promise you it has NOTHING to do with the totally awesome Mr Stephen Fry.
Ok, maybe it does. I’LL LEAVE THAT TO YOU TO DECIDE!)
So yeah, anyway, onto the review. All I’m going to say is that this is a pure ole slice of chocolate minty heaven. It’s not overly sweet (I
regularly have been known to eat a whole bar in one sitting), and it’s REALLY minty. It tastes like you’d expect a tad expensive chocolate to taste (i.e. far superior to regular chocolate).
Brits, this is one sale at Tesco at the moment so I urge you to get yo asses down there and try this. It’s just awesome chocolate-y goodness that’s sure to brighten any day!
5 a day:
The day chocolate counts as a fruit or vegetable is the day that women across the globe will dance naked in the streets with joy. I gave it one star for the mint. Mint is a leaf. So it totally counts.
I like it’s portion size because it lasts long enough to pick at over and evening, but stop you before you start to feel sick (by there not being any left). This may just be me though. That said, the whole bar is only around 400 calories, so why not eat one in one go and see? You never know until you try, dude!
P.S. Apologies for using all caps a lot today. I am over excited. It’s Glee tonight! YAAAAY!!!!