Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Might fine honeycomb bar's



When your writing, reading or on the go and are wanting a cheaky sweet snack, then I suggest trying mighty fine Honeycomb. It's a beautiful new line of honeycomb treats. 

About : Gwyneth recently revealed that she uses an ancient health treatment in which she is voluntarily stung by bees. If this sounds a little bit drastic to you, may we suggest reaching for some Mighty Fine Honeycomb instead. With their vivid bright packaging on point with this spring's palette, they certainly look the part. Mighty Fine’s range of flavoured honeycomb bars are the ideal sweet treat with a difference. 
Each bar is made by hand in the company’s London kitchen using a carefully developed and closely guarded technique. Setting themselves apart from competitors who use just sugar, Mighty Fine Honeycomb’s ingredients include real honey which helps to create the brand’s signature light and crisp crunch. The products are then dipped into a Belgian Milk Chocolate to 70% Dark Chocolate. The delicious honeycomb with carefully selected tasty flavours from Salted Caramel using sea salt to caramel infused chocolate.

Mighty fine Honeycomb - Salted caramel Honeycomb bar 
This Salted caramel honeycomb bar is 50g, cardboard packaging and the bar is plastic wrapped. The 50g bar is quite substantial when you look at it. I personally divided this bar into portion's, as it's such an amazing size.

The bar is covered with a good layer of high quality chocolate, the honeycomb within is a beautiful rich golden colour. It is easily edible with the honeycomb giving a rich, honey flavour. I really want too be able to describe that the taste is of real honey, not the usual sugar honeycomb. 

I would without a hesitation purchase more from this line. I want to try more of the bar's with different flavour's. Also the honeycomb chip's sound fantastic, plus just perfect as they are more portioned. 
Mighty Fine Honeycomb donates five per cent of its profits to Friends of the Honeybee, a campaign organised by the British Beekeepers Association to halt the decreasing number of Britain’s honey bees and other pollinators and build a better future for them.

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