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Milka Alpine Milk Chocolate 100g, 50p instore at Morrisons

£0.50 @ Morrisons
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2 Likes #1
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember?

I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet.

Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.
#2
I wish they had the Milka Dark in the offer. Its most excellent.
#3
Yum. Love this stuff
#4
Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember?
I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet.
Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.


Well, it could be your tastes changing... but I also find lots of chocolate to be much sweeter... I think they up the sugar content as they drop the cocoa content...
#5
tawse57
Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember?
I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet.
Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.


Well, it could be your tastes changing... but I also find lots of chocolate to be much sweeter... I think they up the sugar content as they drop the cocoa content...


Probably my taste buds on this one :D although the Cream Eggs have definitely changed as they don't use Dairy Milk in them anymore.
1 Like #6
Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember?
I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet.
Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.


Absolutely they have changed the recipe, no where near as good as it used to be. I mean I don't buy it even at this price.
2 Likes #7
Milka is owned by Mondelez/Kraft Foods. The same vile American company that ruined Cadbury. Everything they get their grubby hands on turns to $hlte.
1 Like #8
omair
Milka is owned by Mondelez/Kraft Foods. The same vile American company that ruined Cadbury. Everything they get their grubby hands on turns to $hlte.

Don't forget they ruined Toblerone and Terry's Chocolate Orange too.
#9
Thedoon
Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember?
I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet.
Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.


Absolutely they have changed the recipe, no where near as good as it used to be. I mean I don't buy it even at this price.


I thought they may have done as like you say I prob would not eat it even if it's free nowadays (just like Cream Eggs). :(
#10
My favorite milk chocolate, just ordered some. thanks op.:3
#11
Mondelez (Predecessor was Kraft Foods) is a penny pinching company. Yes, they changed the recipe of Milka, which is a sweet disgusting chocolate today. Apart from the name, there is nothing which would resemble the original taste of milka.
https://forums.digitalspy.com/discussion/2106555/milka-have-they-changed-the-recipe-in-the-last-few-years-a-lot-sweeter

Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember? I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet. Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.
#12
Time, as you say, to stock up. Thanks a million!
#13
petrik01
Mondelez (Predecessor was Kraft Foods) is a penny pinching company. Yes, they changed the recipe of Milka, which is a sweet disgusting chocolate today. Apart from the name, there is nothing which would resemble the original taste of milka.
https://forums.digitalspy.com/discussion/2106555/milka-have-they-changed-the-recipe-in-the-last-few-years-a-lot-sweeter

Dragon32
Just wondering if they have changed the recipe over the last couple of years on these as have had it 2 or 3 times over the last 2 years and they don't seem to taste like I use to remember? I remember getting them only when we went on holiday abroad before and they tasted nice and creamy, but the last couple have just tasted very sweet. Guessing they may have changed the recipe like Cadbury with their cream eggs.


Funnily enough that's my post on Digital Spy a couple of years ago. :D

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