Is it coffee, is it cereal, or is it chocolate? These white muesli clusters are part of a fun collection from Montezuma's Take Away range, which include a selection of enrobed fruit, nuts, honeycomb, and coffee beans. They are presented in a recyclable paper coffee cup, which means you can deceive you colleagues at work. Pretend you're having nothing more than a boring beverage, while secretly popping in a choc while no one's looking.
The clusters remind me of cereal bars that you buy at the convenience store as you go on your commute to work. The only difference being, one, the shape, and two, the quality.
Although Montezuma is using white chocolate, it does not by any means taste too sweet, but rather ike a creamy yoghurt.. Nothing like the sugary-ness you get in so-called health bars.
The muesli itself is a mixture of wheat, oats, sunflower seeds, and raisins (whenever I bite into a cluster, and find a juicy raisin, it puts a smile on my face). There are no nuts in this muesli base, but there is an allergy warning that there may be nut traces, due to being produced in a factory where nuts are processed.
A cup of clusters is £4.99 for 130g, which is about ten individual clusters.