|Typical Values||100 ml**||190 ml**||225 ml/%*|
|Fat||2.3 g||4.3 g||6%|
|of which saturates||1.2 g||2.3 g||12%|
|Carbohydrate||6.6 g||12.5 g||5%|
|of which sugars||6.2 g||11.8 g||13%|
|Fibre||0.11 g||0.2 g|
|Protein||1.1 g||2.1 g||4%|
|Salt||0.19 g||0.36 g||6%|
|* Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
|**Ready to consume|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (12)
not the best
would of thought they would of tasted nice I found them quite sickly
Interesting novelty drink...
Tastes not unlike hot chocolate but with the novel twist that it leaves behind a slight taste of Oreo. I will probably buy these again but nowhere near as often as the tea and LOr coffee ones. Not dreadful, but equally not brilliant!
Does it taste like Oreos? Kind of. Does it work as a drink? No not really. I much prefer ordinary hot chocolate. A shame because I wanted to love it but it was a bit yuck to be honest.
Better than expected
Based on reviews wasn't sure to give it a go. My daughter loves Oreos & she really likes these. Tried myself & was pleasantly surprised. Nice change from a normal hot chocolate. Not the biggest drink for the price....for me I'd feel I'd have to have 2 to make a decent size drink but for my 7 year old it's perfect.
The formula must have been revised because contrary to the other reviews in 2017 these are lush! I have converted many of my guests who are buying machines for this one drink! Definitely worth a try. Only thing is I need two pairs of pods to make a regular size drink one is not enough!
an insult to Oreo
A foul tasting concoction An insult to Oreo cookies Even my daughter hated it These ended up in the bin