Tub Roses £2.50 Asda Middlebrook
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Tub Roses £2.50 Asda Middlebrook

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Found 9th FebMade hot 9th Feb
As title. Loads in Middlebrook store in the foyer. Fill yer boots!

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Middlebrook .... must be the place where all the roses go to die! oO

Wonder if this is national?

rejector1

Middlebrook .... must be the place where all the roses go to die! oO



Yes all the people that live in =Middlebrook are 200 kilo,

That's Valentine's Day sorted

Not national - just back from our Asda and no tins of roses in it at this price. Would have got some if they had.

OMG, I'm just near there right now....

Unfortunately the Cadbury's Roses we all grew up and loved have disappeared. If you examine carefully the plastic container it states "Made Under License"*, which is very suspicious. Not only have Mondelez changed the wrappers, but many of the traditional soft centre creams were removed, and the chocolates are all an uniform shape. The problem though is the horrendous taste of the Chocolate, it's intensely sweet, has a coconut taste (palm oil), and a sickly artificial aftertaste. Gone is the balanced earthy, milky cocoa taste which made Cadbury's chocolate. Avoid at all costs.

*Is this due to moving the production temporarily to Poland as the Birmingham facilities were being refurbished?
Edited by: "nemesiz" 9th Feb

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great deal thank you my father in law loves these! will be sure to tell him

nemesiz

Unfortunately the Cadbury's Roses we all grew up and loved have … Unfortunately the Cadbury's Roses we all grew up and loved have disappeared. If you examine carefully the plastic container it states "Made Under License"*, which is very suspicious. Not only have Mondelez changed the wrappers, but many of the traditional soft centre creams were removed, and the chocolates are all an uniform shape. The problem though is the horrendous taste of the Chocolate, it's intensely sweet, has a coconut taste (palm oil), and a sickly artificial aftertaste. Gone is the balanced earthy, milky cocoa taste which made Cadbury's chocolate. Avoid at all costs. *Is this due to moving the production temporarily to Poland as the Birmingham facilities were being refurbished?


Well said ... Only edible if you have no taste buds.

nemesiz

Unfortunately the Cadbury's Roses we all grew up and loved have … Unfortunately the Cadbury's Roses we all grew up and loved have disappeared. If you examine carefully the plastic container it states "Made Under License"*, which is very suspicious. Not only have Mondelez changed the wrappers, but many of the traditional soft centre creams were removed, and the chocolates are all an uniform shape. The problem though is the horrendous taste of the Chocolate, it's intensely sweet, has a coconut taste (palm oil), and a sickly artificial aftertaste. Gone is the balanced earthy, milky cocoa taste which made Cadbury's chocolate. Avoid at all costs. *Is this due to moving the production temporarily to Poland as the Birmingham facilities were being refurbished?



Will they be moving bk to the Midlands. Anyone know, please?

I usually eat any old ****, but not these.. they really are rank.

Probably why there's so many left over X)

Not a Rose's fan, but a good deal for those living near enough. Still £5 in my local one yesterday.

I wonder how long it'll be before Cadburys owners give up on Roses completely?
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