Milking Maid Truffle Jar

Milking Maid Truffle Jar

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Our best selling Milking Maid chocolate truffles now beautifully presented in a gift jar.

Milk chocolate and fresh cream truffle. Keeping the recipe simple and the ingredients tip top is what gives this firm milk chocolate truffle such a beautifully rich and rounded flavour. One for the milk chocolate fan.

600g

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Our best selling Milking Maid chocolate truffles now beautifully presented in a gift jar.

Milk chocolate and fresh cream truffle. Keeping the recipe simple and the ingredients tip top is what gives this firm milk chocolate truffle such a beautifully rich and rounded flavour. One for the milk chocolate fan.

600g

Glass items are not available to ship Internationally.

Milk Chocolate contains Cocoa Solids 41% / Milk Solids 22%

Milk Chocolate 61% (Cocoa Solids, Sugar, Whole Milk Powder & Vanilla), Butter 23% (Concentrated Butter & Colouring Agent : Beta-carotene), Cream 16% (UHT) & Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin.

Nutrition: Typical values as per 100g - Energy (KJ) 2504kj, Energy (Kcal) 598kcal, Fat 51g, Of which: Saturates 32g, Carbohydrates 29g, Of which: Sugars 27g, Fibre 2g, Protein 5g, Salt 0.2g.

 

For allergens see ingredients in bold.

Vegetarian. May contain traces of peanuts & sesame seeds. Free from: Gluten, Preservatives & GM

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Value for Money

Let's not kid ourselves, you, or we, are paying for the jar. The chocolate, if melted down, remoulded, would probably amount to something like two bars, one and a half bars. Maybe I'm way off with that and would get a surprise, but I'd say it's roughly two bars, maybe a bit more, but probably not. So that's about £4, the jar is about £20. Or £15 with a profit to make. Well, buying the jars in bulk from Italy, they'll be discounted, so it doesn't probably work out like this, but still, the jar is a hefty thing, good quality, weighty, nice clasping lock and reminiscent of jars in the olden days. Can be reused for any other use (and is in this household, by that of me mam!) She's pleased she's got two jars now, I think. Me, I eat the truffles. Sounds like a fair compromise, ha. She had a few. They're delicious, but they don't last long. Have bought them a couple of times in the last few years, as because of the price they're not one I'd fork out for often. They'd be better I feel if they were organic raw cane sugar or an alternative, like coconut sugar, coconut nectar blossom (or blossom nectar), rather than just organic sugar. I don't know how many truffles you generally get in a jar, maybe twenty or so. They don't last more than a day with me. As I say, the equivalent of two bars, it's not much to gobble through them. I like them but probably won't buy them again now, unless I was looking for a gift for someone. Too expensive and can't really justify it other than for the glass jar afterwards.