1 March 2017

Milkshake White Chocolate (Marks and Spencer’s) By @SpectreUK

I often have a white chocolate bar for pudding washed down by a white hot chocolate drink. I've had an overload of puddings recently after Pancake Day, so I opted for this posh looking Milkshake White Chocolate drink from Marks and Spencer's. Cinabar keeps buying the odd treat from there as I can never remember whether they've stopped selling food or clothes, and she always reminds me that it's neither. Anyway, on opening the bottle I could smell a good whack of vanilla and then white chocolate mixed in with the milk. On taste this drink is clearly meant as a liquid pudding for those that prefer not to have alcohol. Stronger in vanilla than white chocolate in taste, this drink further chilled would make a superb ice cream. It's light, it's fluffy, it's creamy like a warmed up vanilla chocolate ice cream… Hang on; I think I'm starting to repeat myself backwards! To quote the adverts (if there are any); "this is not just any Milkshake White Chocolate drink, the is an M&S Milkshake White Chocolate drink." This is not for kids mind you; it's just too good for them! Mwah hah hah…!

Information on the label;
The 300ml bottle contained 303 calories, 12.3g of fat, 35.7g of sugar, and 0.3g of salt. A good source of calcium and vitamin B12, the ingredients included; whole milk, sugar, white chocolate, cocoa butter, dried whole milk, dried skimmed milk, stabiliser; carrageenan, xanthan gum, and vanilla extract.


Anonymous said...

How does it compare to Shaken Udder's Vanilla milkshake? I think that one is gorgeous, but it's a lot harder to find Shaken Udder than it is a M&S food section!

Anonymous said...

i have had shaken udder but M&S white choclate takes the cake.

Anonymous said...

M&S never have this in stock, I think some people are turning up at the stores as soon as they open and buying every available bottle. So tasty, its addictive for some folk, next you'll have to bid for a bottle on eBay.