I know my vegan chocolate and this is cheap quality chocolate. There were just two tiny fragments of salted caramel bits in the whole bar. Never buying this again.
Darker than milky, though nice quality
Very sweet though very enjoyable. Has a slant towards a darker chocolate taste, rather than being near milk chocolate. I’d buy it again. Avoid their white chocolate bar, it’s quite the opposite of this one!
I have been dairy&nut free my entire life so have
I have been dairy&nut free my entire life so have found it very hard to find decent chocolate. I loved this as soon as i first tasted it. The taste is so unsual compared to the other supermarket free from chocolate i have tried. I love that its not overly sweet!
Stay away from poor Chinese chocolate
Very poor tasting , considering the pricing. Pretty flavourless and it was only the description on the packet that made me realise it was caramel. There are far better brands at health food shops. Worst thing was the product was made in China with all the shipping and transport costs that entails. 100% avoid.
Really tasty, love it. !
Really tasty, love it. !
Yuk! Yuk! Yuk! One mouthful and the rest went in t
Yuk! Yuk! Yuk! One mouthful and the rest went in the bin!
Very good dairy free chocolate!
Delicious! Very tasty - shame it is a bit pricy though! Not sure which is best, this one or the chocolate brownie variety, both are very yummy!
Complete waste of money
I agree with many others about this disgusting bar. Didn't taste anything like chocolate and had the texture of dried paste. What a waste of money - mistake !!
Free of Caramel, not subtle salty hints.
Definitely more salted (or was it MSG) than caramel. Pleasing texture and resistance when munched but really not worth the 2 stars I have given it. Sorry RBL but could you investigate somewhere closer to home to produce this than China! Then it might cater for the British palate a bit more. Just whay too much on he salt front. Alison-UK
It's actually really nice, you guys are just mean.
After reading the reviews I thought for sure this was going to be some overly bitter, disgusting cooking chocolate. However that was not the case at all, it's sweet but not "I've had one bite and it was like eating raw sugar" sweet. The salted caramel is subtle but present nevertheless (which personally I think it's better not to be overwhelming). Overall, is there better vegan chocolate out there? Yes, obviously. But this is chocolate bought from a supermarket. I've been vegan for a few years now and this is actually one of the best I've tried. I reccomend it.