This gold-coloured Magnum celebrates ’25 years of pleasure’ – but does the flavour of this famous brand pack enough of a punch to make it worth forking out more than a supermarket’s own range?
Other than the gold colour, this is largely just a basic vanilla Magnum with a milk chocolate coating. There’s a bit of caramel running through the middle too, and that does add a nice flavour. But while this remains one of the tastiest choc ices you can buy in the supermarkets, I recommend trying out the cheaper own-brand equivalents instead. They usually hit the mark for flavour and quality.
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Ingredients: Reconstituted Skimmed Milk , Sugar , Vegetable Fat , Cocoa Butter , Skimmed Milk Powder , Glucose-Fructose Syrup , Butteroil , Whey Solids , Cocoa Mass , Caramelised Sugar Syrup , Glucose Syrup , Fructose Syrup , Emulsifiers (E442, E471, E476, Soya Lecithin) , Colour (E171, E172) , Stabilisers (E410, E412, E407) , Sea Salt , Flavourings , Vanilla Extract from Madagascar .
Can you eat it? Vegans need to steer clear, and vegetarians do too – the whey powder and emulsifiers can come from animal sources.
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