Ptasie Mleczko E.Wedel 420g £2.50 Instore only @ Tesco
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Ptasie Mleczko E.Wedel 420g £2.50 Instore only @ Tesco

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Found 20th Nov 2014
Bargain price for one of the most famous polish sweet.
Turkey have their Turkish Delight. Poland have their Ptasie Mleczko. What about other countries??

online: tesco.com/gro…132
- BDgirl

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Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in our local Tesco branches when I've seen previous offers on here before. I can't even find them on the Tesco website this time. They have other types of E. Wedel chocolate and confectionery on their site, but these particular ones aren't shown.

Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?


Edited by: "jans" 20th Nov 2014

Looks like 184 points at scrabble

Original Poster

jans

Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in … Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in our local Tesco branches when I've seen previous offers on here before. I can't even find them on the Tesco website this time. They have other types of chocolate and confectionery on their site, but these particular ones aren't shown. Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?


I found them today in Tesco Arena Coventry. Plenty of them on the shelfs. Probably this is the clearance:)

jans, I think it depends on the size of the store! My ex local one was an extra and had masses of weird and wonderful foods! My new local Tesco has a poor selection sadly! Usually the Extras have a decent selection I've found!

jans

Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them … Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in our local Tesco branches when I've seen previous offers on here before. I can't even find them on the Tesco website this time. They have other types of chocolate and confectionery on their site, but these particular ones aren't shown. Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?

jans, I think it depends on the size of the store! My ex local one was an … jans, I think it depends on the size of the store! My ex local one was an extra and had masses of weird and wonderful foods! My new local Tesco has a poor selection sadly! Usually the Extras have a decent selection I've found!





Oh, Ok thanks. Wish I could find some, they sound like they'd be really yummy
Edited by: "jans" 20th Nov 2014

im sure band aid will soon be raising money for this disease.

lots in Corby

jans

Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?


check any polish shop, they may not be at this price but are definitely worth more

Morrisons often have them at similar price

jans

Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in … Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in our local Tesco branches when I've seen previous offers on here before. I can't even find them on the Tesco website this time. They have other types of E. Wedel chocolate and confectionery on their site, but these particular ones aren't shown. Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?


They used to taste better. You can try Milka version as well, very similar and better chocolate. Very addictive, half a box per 5 minutes max. And remember about the sugar!

please keep them in the fridge, eat chocolate first and then marshmallow

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Oxygene

please keep them in the fridge, eat chocolate first and then marshmallow


You know what are you talking about Also it's my strategy to get the best taste of them.. Hmmm

Polish colleague brought these into work, I loved them.

best chocolates I have ever had

i got some from Krakow for much more than this, lovely choc but Strawberry flavour is better

trzeba bedzie sie zaopatrzyc! yay I love this stuff . awsome

Suggest to try "Kasztanki" and/or "Malaga", should be on the same shelf or very next to the one in subject. Tastes even better. Enjoy

Banned

Bloomin' Polish, stealing our chocolate sales...

Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going into a Polish Shopping and asking for the "Chocolate covered things that kind of taste a little bit like marshmallow" and getting them to understand what you mean!

I'm a big fan of polish mole mound cake, so rich when made properly, but SO good.
(Dr oetker used to do a "quick version" which wasn't bad either)

BACONIZGUD4ME

Bloomin' Polish, stealing our chocolate sales...



Fun fact - Wedel used to be owned by Cadbury for almost a decade.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 21st Nov 2014

Silhouette

Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going … Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going into a Polish Shopping and asking for the "Chocolate covered things that kind of taste a little bit like marshmallow" and getting them to understand what you mean!



When my Polish housemate says it it sounds like Puh - Tash - Eh Me - Le - Ko (but try to bring the Me - Le together really quick, so it sounds like "mle").

My favorite, original vanilla ones. Have some ogien , Sliwka!

Yeah, Tesco's always have lots of Polish stuff

My wife's Polish family give us these chocolates every time we visit home.
Fantastic taste and love peeling off all the chocolate first before eating the flavoured centre.
Great product and I'd recommend them highly.
Big thanks to Poland for giving us great chocolate, great beer and fantastic looking women :-)

- tonymac

tony3

My wife's Polish family give us these chocolates every time we visit … My wife's Polish family give us these chocolates every time we visit home.Fantastic taste and love peeling off all the chocolate first before eating the flavoured centre.Great product and I'd recommend them highly.Big thanks to Poland for giving us great chocolate, great beer and fantastic looking women :-)- tonymac



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Original Poster

thecynicalsaint

When my Polish housemate says it it sounds like Puh - Tash - Eh Me - Le - … When my Polish housemate says it it sounds like Puh - Tash - Eh Me - Le - Ko (but try to bring the Me - Le together really quick, so it sounds like "mle").



More like Pta-Shiit Mle-Chko

Silhouette

Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going … Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going into a Polish Shopping and asking for the "Chocolate covered things that kind of taste a little bit like marshmallow" and getting them to understand what you mean!



According to Wikipedia they translate to Hens teeth or bird milk!?! Suppose you could always ask for those!!

Couldn't find phonetics for it!

Silhouette

Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going … Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going into a Polish Shopping and asking for the "Chocolate covered things that kind of taste a little bit like marshmallow" and getting them to understand what you mean!



forvo.com/wor…ko/

speric07

According to Wikipedia they translate to Hens teeth or bird milk!?! … According to Wikipedia they translate to Hens teeth or bird milk!?! Suppose you could always ask for those!!Couldn't find phonetics for it!



found this one:


youtube.com/wat…42s

speric07

According to Wikipedia they translate to Hens teeth or bird milk!?! … According to Wikipedia they translate to Hens teeth or bird milk!?! Suppose you could always ask for those!!Couldn't find phonetics for it!


ptasie - bird's
mleczko - diminutive from "milk"

jans

Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in … Have heard great things about these but haven't been able to find them in our local Tesco branches when I've seen previous offers on here before. I can't even find them on the Tesco website this time. They have other types of E. Wedel chocolate and confectionery on their site, but these particular ones aren't shown. Are they only available in certain parts of the UK?


tesco.com/gro…831

Sliwka

More like Pta-Shiit Mle-Chko



Reported for bypassing the swear filter X)

Have some heat.

BACONIZGUD4ME

Bloomin' Polish, stealing our chocolate sales...



Your car is probably German or Japanese, your vodka is Russian, you pizza is Italian, your kebab is Turkish, your democracy is Greek, your coffee is Brazilian, your movies are American, your tea is Tamil, your shirt is Indian, your oil is Saudi Arabian, your electronics are Chinese, your numbers Arabic, your letters Latin AND you complain about Polish chocolate. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER MATE!

la7ush

Your car is probably German or Japanese, your vodka is Russian, you pizza … Your car is probably German or Japanese, your vodka is Russian, you pizza is Italian, your kebab is Turkish, your democracy is Greek, your coffee is Brazilian, your movies are American, your tea is Tamil, your shirt is Indian, your oil is Saudi Arabian, your electronics are Chinese, your numbers Arabic, your letters Latin AND you complain about Polish chocolate. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER MATE!



This quote is soooo old and boooring. Anyway, I think he meant it as a joke.

Silhouette

Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going … Can anyone translate to English phonetics for this? Its really hard going into a Polish Shopping and asking for the "Chocolate covered things that kind of taste a little bit like marshmallow" and getting them to understand what you mean!

write it down

la7ush

Your car is probably German or Japanese, your vodka is Russian, you pizza … Your car is probably German or Japanese, your vodka is Russian, you pizza is Italian, your kebab is Turkish, your democracy is Greek, your coffee is Brazilian, your movies are American, your tea is Tamil, your shirt is Indian, your oil is Saudi Arabian, your electronics are Chinese, your numbers Arabic, your letters Latin AND you complain about Polish chocolate. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER MATE!



..your jokes are from the internet.

chiwaitang1

..your jokes are from the internet.



and your point is...?

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BDgirl

http://www.forvo.com/word/ptasie_mleczko/#pl



Ptasie - puh-tassi-eh
Mleczko- mil-etch-ko

tony3

love peeling off all the chocolate first before eating the flavoured … love peeling off all the chocolate first before eating the flavoured centre



I used to do it when I was a little girl
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