Magnum Honeycomb Ice Creams
Okay so I've been a little absent from the blog lately, do forgive me - life has been getting in the way! But I'm back, back again, guess who's back?...to tell you all about the bestest snacks around!
Today's review is for something that's been around a few years now, the Magnum Honeycomb. This is available in most supermarkets for £1.50 to £2.00 per pack of three, and is described as "Honeycomb flavour ice cream with milk chocolate and sugar pieces". It's gluten free but does not state if it's suitable for vegetarians.
The bars have pieces of honeycomb or "sugar pieces" studded in the chocolate coating.
Taking a bite, this was one very tasty Magnum indeed - the honeycomb ice cream is the perfect flavour, with a sweet buttery burnt sugar edge, with the honeycomb pieces adding some crunchiness to the texture. They're very yummy indeed, but quite sweet so you won't want more than one at a time.
Overall, out of all the many new varieties of Magnum out there (I've got my eye on the Magnum White Almond), this is definitely one I would buy more than once.
8.5 out of 10.
Nutrition Information (per 100ml stick): 240 Calories, 13g Fat, 27g Carbohydrates, 25g Sugars, 2.8g Protein.