Wafer

Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Wafer.

William Curley Hazelnut & Raisin Caramel Bar

A recreation of the Cadbury Picnic

Reese’s Sticks

Sticks of waver and peanut butter in Hershey's milk chocolate.

Day & Night Chocolate Wafers

I’m not the world’s biggest fan of wafers, so I’m ashamed to say I’ve had these rather awesome looking chocolate wafers from Day & Night of Bulgaria in my stash for quite some time. Other non-wafer chocolate has always seemed …

Wawel Platki Czekoladowe

I was at my local Vietnamese butcher the other day. The one that sells chocolate. Naturally. Polish chocolate. As you do. Amongst my haul of sausages, steaks and chickens I just happened to accidentally stand in front of the chocolate shelves …

Nestlé KitKat Sparkling Strawberry

It’s time for the final review of our week of Japanese chocolates (‘Thank God!’, I hear you cry), and it’s only fair we end with one more KitKat. This time, a pretty little pink number. Once again, we have a heavily …

Nestlé KitKat Cookies + Chocolate Biscuit

The main reason I picked this particular variety of KitKat up from CyberCandy while ignoring such varieties as “Sweet Potato Flavor” was that it had a picture of the bar on the box, and it was quite definitely milk chocolate …

Nestlé KitKat Ohagi

It had to happen (mainly because I’ve been sitting on my own stash of KitKats for over a week). This is my first proper Japanese Kit Kat review (having shared duties with Dom on the Ito En Vegatable KitKat) and …

Nestlé KitKat Milk Coffee

It’s time for another KitKat form Japan, and once again, this takes the form of two pairs of individually wrapped white chocolate KitKat fingers. Part of me had been hoping for milk chocolate for a coffee flavoured KitKat, so I …

Nestlé KitKat Raspberry & Passion Fruit

How KitKat’s became so popular in Japan is a mystery to me. This simple little snack was originally created in Yorkshire by Rowntree’s in the 1930s, and for a long time didn’t do anything particularly interesting. For as long as I …

Glico Pakitz

As Dom bravely makes his way through a seemingly endless parade of KitKats, I find myself faced with something which might actually stretch the remit of Chocablog a little. Pakitz is a double pack of a strange hybrid of ice cream …

Nestlé KitKat Ginger Ale

I picked up this particular KitKat in CyberCandy’s London store. I didn’t let the staff know who I was, so I actually had to pay for it (shocking!). I will say that it’s a nice little shop, clean and well …

Nestlé KitKat Mini Maple

KitKat time again! This time we have a bag of 13 mini KitKats from Japan supplied by J-List. I’m told this particular flavour is in honour of the Winter Olympics in Canada and is made with real maple syrup, but …

KitKat Chunky Caramel

Way back in the mists of time (July 2006 to be precise), I reviewed KitKat Chunky Peanut Butter and found it to be one of the most awful chocolate bars I’d ever tasted. Judging by the comments on that particular …

Tago Bartek

Have I reached the end of my quest? The hunt for a good chocolate wafer biscuit… Thus far the search has been far and wide, and pretty much disappointing. So the other day when I found Tago Bartek, I though it …

Pesek Zman White

Pesek Zman is an old favourite of mine. It’s usually presented as a single, narrow bar of flat chocolate squares filled with wafer and hazelnut cream. On a recent visit to Israel, I discovered that apart from the growing …

Necco Chocolate Wafers

Chocolate flavoured wafers.

Bahlsen Waffeletten

Rainer from Premier Food and Beverages urged me to try a packet of the German biscuits Waffeletten. Based in Hanover, Bahlsen have been making biscuits since 1891 and export them to over 80 countries around the world. Bahlsen make …

Olza Prince Polo Classic

There must be something about wafers – something in the air, perhaps, or just a time for coincidences. The delightful Kath found the Kägi-Fret Coco and I’ve also reported on the Candy Canes Choklad Wafers recently. So far, we seem to …

Candy Canes Choklad Wafers

I went to my local Vietnamese Butcher again yesterday. Which means I got to buy something strange and chocolatey – as you do! Not only do these folks do a very nice Greek Lamb Sausage, but they have a strange …

Cadbury Chomp (Australia)

This is a blast from the past. Chomp bars were everywhere here in the late seventies and eighties and were one of the cheapest chocolate bars you could buy. Still are in fact and a mother at my …

Kägi-Fret Coco

Every now and then, that dusty little shop around the corner – you know the one, it sells everything from flowers to light globes and salami – has some unusual bars of chocolate hidden near the out-of-date packets of Tim …

Galaxy Amicelli

Hazelnut praline filled wafer sticks covered in Galaxy milk chocolate.

Ferrero Rondnoir

Here at Chocablog, we don’t have many rules. One is that everything we review should be chocolatey, and the second is that we try not to repeat each other by reviewing the same thing twice. Usually that just means doing a …

Kinder Bueno White

More white chocolate on Chocablog! What is the world coming to?? Kinder Bueno White is, as you may have guessed, the white chocolate version of the rather tasty Kinder Bueno, which we reviewed back in 2006. There are two main differences between …

Lindt Wafer

There I was, feet firmly planted in the Dark Side, feeling happy with my choice, secure with my tastes, minding my own business. Then all of a sudden my beady eyes fixated on the most sign most sought after …

Nestlé Tex

Here we have another South African offering. According to the wrapper, it’s “Rich creamy Nestlé milk chocolate with Aero® centre and filled biscuit wafers.” That’s a fairly lengthy description for a simple bar of chocolate, but once you bite into it, …

Nestlé Chocolate Log

This is the second of my South African purchases, and this one comes from Nestlé. The packaging describes it as “creamy marshmallow on a crisp wafer”, and being a fan of all things light and fluffy, I had high hopes for …

Lacta Lov’it Waffle ‘n’ Praline

I recently spent a couple of days in Athens, and of course any trip abroad instantly turns into a chance to hunt for new and unusual bars to bring to your attention. After all, most of us holiday at some …

KitKat Senses

Other countries may get new KitKat varieties on a daily basis, but here in the UK it’s been a while since we’ve seen any new flavours. So I was pleasantly surprised when my routine scan of the local sweet shop …

Milky Way Crispy Rolls

These have been around for quite a while, but I’ve never really had the urge to buy them, primarily because they look so… insignificant. This small pack containing two “rolls” weighs just 25g. Of course, the weight (or lack of it) …

Cadbury Time Out (redux)

Chocstress has already given her opinion of Time Out, but as I happen to have one myself, I thought I might as well give my opinion too! Time Out has been around since 1992, but I don’t think I’ve ever been …

Cadbury Time Out

Cadbury milk chocolate with wafers.

Lion Bar

Lion Bar is another of those childhood favourites that brings back all sorts of good memories every time I buy it. It was introduced in the 1970s by Rowntree’s (makers of KitKat, Smarties and Aero amongst other things), who were …

Mars Delight

Sometimes (not often), I think there are just too many different kinds of chocolate to choose from. Today is one of those times. The wrapper calls it “Milk chocolate with a rippled wafer surrounded by caramel cream and chocolate cream”. I …

Kinder Bueno

The first thing you notice about Kinder Bueno is just how light it is. Luckily it comes in a two bar pack, otherwise I’m sure it would just float away. Bueno consists of a creamy, slightly nutty filling, sitting on …