Recently, Nestle has revived one of its long lost range, the Wonka Bar. With three different flavours, they all sound very tempting, but unless you are looking closely, are difficult to differentiate on the shelves because the packaging is almost identical. Very attractive packing though; it is a shimmering purple that reminds you of Mr. Wonka himself.
The first flavour I tried was the Millionaire's Shortbread, which I can say was no less than divine. An absolute melt in the mouth experience as soon as it his your tongue. The shortbread is soft, crumbly, and rich, with a strong buttery - almost caramel flavour.
The other two bars, however, were completely abysmal. The mere 14% cocoa solids is exceptionally and painfully obvious once you bite into the Creme Brulee, which is so sweet it sets your teeth on edge. Nothing but pure tasteless sugar.
The Nice Cream (about the falsest title ever) is only marginally better, with a thin layer of chocolate syrup over the cream filling. Otherwise it is pretty much a replica of the one above. By all means try the shortbread, because the biscuit is brilliant, but the quality of chocolate in these bars is terrible.