After Eight Tin 2 x 200g Boxes inside £4 @ Asda

After Eight Tin 2 x 200g Boxes inside £4 @ Asda

£4£5 20% Asda Deals
Found 14th Dec 2017
These make lovely presents. The tin shows various London landmarks and is gorgeous. I bought some last year and the tin is a useful size for all sorts of things afterwards - knitting needles, biscuits, sewing supplies etc. £5 everywhere else at the moment.

Wafer thin pieces of mint fondant wrapped in dark chocolate, each in their own crisp envelope. After Eight wafer thin mints in their classic carton are the nation's favourite after dinner mints. Each square piece is the perfect balance of soft, refreshing mint fondant with thin dark chocolate, making it the finishing touch to any meal. AFTER EIGHT has been at the heart of the British nation since 1962 when it was launched in order to tap into a gap in the market for Rowntree's for After Dinner chocolate mints. Rowntree's therefore decided to develop a wafer thin mint, and AFTER EIGHT was born. Since launch AFTER EIGHT has been proudly produced in West Yorkshire, initally in Castleford before moving to Halifax in 2013. Over the years, there have been several memorable advertising campaigns including, perhaps the most iconic, 'Dinner Party' campaign in 1999 featuring Stephen Fry, Niomi Campbell and Marilyn Monroe. Today, AFTER EIGHT continues to be a firm British favourite with over 280m individual sweets enjoyed every year in the UK.
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Iceland will be doing the 300g box for a £1 on Friday
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123lola34 m ago

Iceland will be doing the 300g box for a £1 on Friday

Yes, a very good price but a bit uninteresting if it's for a present which is why I like the tin.
om nom nom, can eat boxes of these myself... i dont though... honestly!
Thanks for posting. I must admit that I am a sucker for these special tins, I know that they are more expensive than the normal packaging but they are nice to keep and store bits and bobs in. As you say if they are for gifting then they make a much better present than the standard boxes.
123lola6 h, 53 m ago

Iceland will be doing the 300g box for a £1 on Friday

would rather have 1200g for £4 than a tin
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