Green & Black's THIN Salted Caramel Milk Chocolate

When I first heard about these new "THIN" bars from Green & Blacks/Mondelez I had to laugh..."how are they going to sell thinner chocolate?!", I scoffed. Turns out I shouldn't have been so skeptical...this is seriously delicious chocolate and nicer than any G&B bar I've had before. They're a bit late jumping on the "salted caramel" trend, but better late than never I guess!

The bar is described as "Organic milk chocolate with salted caramel pieces". The salt is apparently anglesey sea salt, and the chocolate contains an impressive 37% cocoa solids.

The bar was indeed "thin", although no more than a standard Lindt bar so I'm not sure why G&B are playing it up so much. It tasted amazing though!

The caramel pieces were very reminiscent of Daim; extremely crunchy and moreish, with an added lick of salt. The chocolate is richer than an average milk chocolate thanks to the higher cocoa percentage. It went perfectly with the caramel pieces and made for an extremely moreish combination.

Overall, this is a fantastic bar from Green & Blacks and one I would highly recommend. If you enjoy Daim bars, salted caramel or crunchy butterscotch chocolates, this is a must try!

RATING: 8 out of 10. 

Price: £1.69 at Waitrose. Also available at Tesco.
Suitable for vegetarians?: Yes.
Allergy Information: Contains milk & soya. May contain nuts. 
Nutrition (per 2 pieces/25g): 135 Calories, 8.4g Fat, 13g Carbs, 12.5g Sugars.


  1. This looks really delicious! I wasn't really fussed about trying this range but the flavour really does sound like my kind of thing (I'm still hooked on the salted caramel trend lol)

    1. Yes it's a great trend isn't it! Just waiting for the Dairy Milk with Salted Caramel now! ;) I deffo recommend this one, it's so moreish!

  2. How similar is the flavour to the g&b butterscotch?

    1. I would say it's a little more salty and richer. I prefer it.

  3. I do think I still prefer the normal G&B bars. The smaller chunkier squares have, for me, an easier and more satisfying "mouth feel" and set G&B apart from most other choc tablets.


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