Cadbury’s Toffee Truffle Bliss
The final in Cadbury’s Bliss range, here is ‘Scrumptious Toffee flavour truffle’, as a big fan of toffee I’m delighted to try this.
Like the hazelnut truffle, this doesn’t have any toffee pieces in it, note that it is toffee flavour, and what this means is when you look at the ingredients, there’s no mention of toffee at all. In fact, I’m not sure where they get the toffee flavour from at all, as there’s nothing there which looks like it could be toffee-like, it’s a pretty standard ingredients list as far as chocolate goes.
One thing I haven’t mentioned with these reviews yet, is that it says that there is the equivalent of 426ml of fresh liquid milk in every 227g of milk chocolate. This seems to be a bit of a random fact, especially seeing as the bars are 110g, so it would have made more sense to simply list how much milk (if you care at all) you’re getting in each bar, rather than the 227g figure pulled from the sky.
As far as the bar goes, it’s definitely my favourite of the three, simply because it has the most unique flavour. It’s very sweet and almost caramel-esque with its flavour, but it has enough to distinguish itself as toffee. The soft truffle goes really well with it too, it’s just a really nice bar! My overall feelings on the range are that it’s nice to see Cadbury pushing some new products but it always seems to me that they’re a little afraid (or perhaps we as consumers are afraid) of trying something radically different. It’s new, but it’s a little too safe. If you have to try any of these though, definitely go with toffee, it’s the most interesting and the tastiest one.