Sunday, 5 May 2013

Cadbury Marvellous Creations–Jelly Popping Candy Shells–A Confectionary Review

Sally “The New Lady” in Darrell’s office gave him a new Cadbury Marvellous Creations bar as a small "Thank You" for making her feel most welcome and showing her the ropes (in the Gym and in the Site Managers Office), and for letting her use his fingerprint to get some lunch one day when she only had a £20 note as the kitchen doesn’t accept cash payment requiring change of such mahoooosivity!
Cadburyd Marvelous CreationsDarrell was very chuffed, but asked the aforementioned Sally “The New Lady” if she would mind if he didn’t actually consume it there and then but rather take it home as he would very much like to do one of our, now world famous, confectionary reviews.
Cadbury Marvellous Creations..There was a still, awe filled hush in the kitchen of Castle Greysquirrel as we all looked at Darrell’s very kind,  comestible gift and studied the packaging robustly ….. there was soooooo much going on ….. chocolate, fruit jellies,  popping candy and candy coated chocolate beans, even the bar itself was divided into out of kilter shapes ……. 051……. were we up to this challenge we had to ask ourselves? To be honest we found the whole experience slightly weird (even for us) …. there was crunchy, there was chewy, there was fruity, and then there was a pinging and popping at the back of our throats that seemed to echo for ages in our heads between our ears …………all intermingled and entwined in the comforting familiarity and smoothness of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate.
marvellous Creations popping candyNow,  in our considered opinion this is the sort of confectionary that we would purchase for its novelty value  or as conversation piece at one of our soirees   …… but we don’t think it will become a staple in our sweetie tin.  The popping candy doesn’t really make it a “comfort” confectionary ….. something for mellow evenings whilst we watch Britain’s Got Talent or The Apprentice ….. so sadly, though there was much nomming, we feel that we can only award this chocolate bar 5 out of 10 on our Richter Scale of noms……. for which we can only apologise profusely.

5 comments:

Mr.D said...

Ropes in the gym?
For the young ladies to climb?
Round their boxing ring?
In the site manager's to rope people into things?
An honest appraisal of the confectionery.

Anonymous said...

I'm getting worried - Nigel looks sad AGAIN - just how much stress can this little guy take. I mean not being a bridesmaid now Cadbury's don't live up to the mark - things could go sadly awry I feel. Keep an eye on him boys - you know the saying
Another May new buds and flowers shall bring: Ah! why has happiness no second Spring? (Elegiac Sonnets and Other Poems sonnet II) or something like that.
JantheFan x

Sarah S said...

A very honest opinion of the chocolate which I shall value and bear in mind as it sounds like there's a bit too much going on in it for me and I'll save my pennies for a good old dependable Caramel bar instead!

Angie said...

I agree with you ...tried it the other day ...even though I shouldn't ....but not sure I would spend my treat of choccy on that again.

marc said...

it sounds that it would be fun for a childs party bag or christmas stocking a fun bar for the more out there type big love marc