Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Honeycomb Crunch

 I read that this new Magnum Honeycomb Crunch ice cream is very tasty so I went and bought a pack of 6 mini magnum sticks. The usual price is about MYR14 per pack but when one buys two packs, the promotional price for both packs is about MYR24 so it is about MYR12 per pack which means about MYR2 for a mini ice cream stick.

Only 4 sticks are honeycomb crunch, the other two sticks in the pack are classic vanilla.

The mini ice cream is shorter than a teaspoon.

The honeycomb ice cream is very, very smooth and it is coated with milk chocolate with crunchy honeycomb pieces.

20 comments:

  1. Worth it! Can I have some in my fridge? Slurps

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    1. Should be sold in sg too.

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    2. Can't you get my hint? Hee hee

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    3. Post to you all you get is sweet liquid cos all melted.

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  2. I tried before, too sweet for my liking. Can't remember which one we like best, have not bought for a long time now.

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    1. A bit over on the sweet side.

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  3. It sounds delicious but is is very sweet?

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  4. But is it sweet? As I know you don't like sweet stuffs and honeycomb ice-cream sounds sweet to me. RM2 for a mini stick. I wonder what is the price for the original size.

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    1. Sweet bt not too sweet. Normal size should be about 5 something.

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  5. It's like Crunchie, that choc bar with honeycomb inside. Not my fav so I won't bother.

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    1. Have you eaten this one ?

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    2. Ah, so you are not tempted to this time. :)

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  6. I havent try the honeycomb. Just the original Mini Magnum.

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    1. This coating has crunchy bits in it.

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  7. I really have to cut down on chocolates and ice-creams. These photos of the ice creams are very tempting.

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    1. You write as if you eat a lot of chocolates and ice creams which I don't believe to be the case since you never blog about eating them. :)

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