Chocolate Coins Bulk Buy - Box Of 60
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Most chocolate coins are made using milk chocolate. It’s the most popular kind of chocolate, and it’s perfect for any occasion. A business event, party or scavenger hunt, there’s no event too formal or too creative for milk chocolate. You’ll find milk chocolate coins from great brands, such as Kingsway, Crazy Candy Factory and Orion – we only sell the best milk chocolate coins! While gold chocolate coins steal the spotlight, their silver counterparts are equally exciting. Silver chocolate coins offer a touch of elegance and sophistication, appealing to a more mature audience and making it easy to add chocolate coins to any occasion. The cool, metallic sheen of the silver foil wrapping adds a touch of glamour to any occasion, making them a popular choice for weddings, anniversaries, and other formal events. With the Bonds White Chocolate Silver Coins, you can add the sweetness of white chocolate, too. Available in 25g and 75g nets, there is a white chocolate coin for any occasion. They are also a hit during the festive season, with silver coins adding a touch of magic to celebrations and parties all year round. The Harry Potter Gringotts Galleon Milk Chocolate Gold Coins will stir excitement within Potterheads. Like a wave of a wand, they’re also a sure fire way to add some magic into any situation! They were easy to unwrap and were the only ones that had gold foil inside. They reminded one of our testers of her childhood. Upon tasting, our reviewers found they had 'a good bite' as the chocolate seemed firmer than the other two but it was 'quite thin'. We were divided on flavour, with one saying the coins had a 'nasty, cheap aftertaste' and another saying they had the 'strongest chocolatey flavour.' Gold chocolate coins look fantastic, and they are so versatile. Whether you’re decorating a candy buffet or adding them to party bags, there isn’t an occasion that doesn’t benefit from the addition of a coin or two.
However, this didn't seem to be the case at all when we blind tasted them as each looked and tasted quite different. They may not be as common, but silver chocolate coins are just as tasty and just as versatile as any other colour coin! Here at Wholesale Sweets, we’ve a selection of brilliant silver foiled chocolate coins that are as good on their own as they are in a mix. You’ll find Silver 10p and Silver 20p Chocolate Coins, as well as Silver ‘Just Married’ Milk Chocolate Coins– which are perfect for adding a little extra sweetness at the end of a beautiful day!
The ingredients contained sugar, cows' milk powder, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin: flavouring. They contained 14 percent minimum milk solids and 28 percent minimum cocoa solids. Per 100g, they contained 58.5g sugar and 27.7g fat so slightly less sugar and more fat than the Asda and Tesco coins. At 80p per 70g bag, Sainsbury’s Chocolate Coins were 21p more expensive than Tesco and Asda. This is a big difference, especially if you are buying lots of bags for grandchildren.
They came in a nice gold mesh bag, with a green label, unlike the other two, which were red. There were a mixture of sizes, including small 10p lion coins, medium-sized 2p fleur de lis coins and larger thistle 5p coins. Kids love to have a mixture of sizes and coin values so this was good. The gold foil was a nice bright yellow colour, which really caught the light. If you’re hosting a pirate party, then you’re going to need some loot. For this you’d have two brilliant options in the Kingsway Pirate Gold Milk Chocolate Coins and the Gold Pirate Chocolate Coins. With skulls, parrots and pirate ships amongst their designs, you won’t need to be told why these are perfect, they just ARE! We also have the Dinoland Chocolate Coins Drums, these are perfect treats for a young dinosaur enthusiast, as well as a welcome addition to children’s parties. Our selection of chocolate coins goes much deeper than just gold and silver – you’ll find a wide variety of fun chocolate coins that mean you can cater for any occasion. For example, the Princess Chocolate Coins Drum is ideal for a Disney-themed party, whilst the Princess Chocolate Coin Nets are perfect for celebrating a younger girl’s birthday! The ingredients contained sugar, cocoa butter, dried whole milk, cocoa mass, whey powder, emulsifier and flavouring with a minimum of 28 percent cocoa solids and 14 percent milk solids. Per 100g, they contained 61.9g sugar and 26.5g fat, which meant they had the most sugar and the least fat of all of the coins tested.But are all chocolate coins equal? We tried chocolate coins from Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury's to find out. We had a feeling they may just all come from the same factory and be wrapped for the individual retailers.
We have a wide range of bulk chocolate coins here at Wholesale Sweets, with different colours and kinds of chocolate. Whether you’re hosting a children’s birthday party, catering for an event or looking for something chocolate to share, you’ll be able to find the wholesale chocolate coins you need right here. The ingredients contained sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa mass, whey powder, emulsifier and flavouring with a minimum of 28 percent cocoa solids and 14 percent milk solids. Per 100g, they contained 61g sugar and 27g fat. Read more: We tried Christmas puddings from Aldi, Sainsbury's, Asda and Tesco - and one was far superior to the rest Tesco Milk Chocolate Coins With their shiny foil shell and chocolate coin, there is no surprise that chocolate coins are enjoyed so much by people of all ages. With different flavours and designs to suit all occasions, there is a chocolate coin for everyone!
Types of Chocolate Coins
The first noticeable difference here was that Tesco's chocolate coins came in a white mesh bag rather than a gold one. This made them look a bit naff from the start. They were all same size and shape - a large 10p with an English lion imprinted onto a pleasing shade of gold.