Monday, March 7, 2011

Nestle's After Eight: Mint Chocolate Thins

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After Eight Thin Mints from Nestle 


Chocolate 

Dessert 

One of my preferences to a chocolate [from more than just plain chocolates] would either be dark chocolate or mint chocolate. Yes sissies, mint chocolates is my top 1 weakness =) 

I don't know if you guys remember Baskin-Robbins, their mint chocolate chips ice cream is heavenly! Same with the World Class Chocolate and Jamoca Almond Fudge which were BK's Bestsellers.
Nestle's After Eight: Mint Chocolate Thins

Those were the days where Baskin-Robbins Megamall or Greenbelt branch were the place to hang out to satisfy that cravings. Although per scoop was about triple the cost of local brand ice cream. BK pioneered the free taste option to their customers. The pinky spoon for free taste was a hit to everyone, the shop has 31 flavors on display where you can have a free taste of everything. BK has 50+ interchanging ice cream flavors catered to market. Apart from classic flavor ice creams, BK  have seasonal and regional flavors, low fat, fat-free, no sugar, fro-yo, low sugar and soft serve ice creams.

How do I know all of these things? My eagerness to have mint chip everyday drives me nuts to join and become one of Baskin-Robbins' angel. I gained access to my fave delight everyday for almost one whole year.  

The Kritikus:
The box of 200g contains 21 pieces thin mint, made in Deutschland. We like it thinness, very femme to eat. Has the right peppermint proportion and blends well with the dark chocolate coat. 

Described as mint enrobed in dark chocolate, the name suggests as after dinner mints. I'm having thoughts of hiding the dessert box for my own consumption. Talk about guilt =)

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