Friday, 24 January 2020

Moseeying On From The Store | Moser Roth Chocolate From Aldi Review

Hey everyone! 

Welcome to a brand new blog post. How are you doing today? Let me know in the comments below! I thought that, today, I would talk to you all about, some of the Moser Roth Chocolate products, that I tried when I went shoping at Aldi the other week.

None of the products are available on the website, thus, are, in store only from what I've researched. Furthermore, as they're not online, I won't be able to go into as much detail as I do on other posts. I also went to try out the bar that Food Review UK, had tried, but when I arrived at Aldi, that particular flavour disappeared. I was sad, as I love Coffee and Chocolate. Instead, I thought I'd just pick a few bars up and give them all a go. 

A dark brown rectangular chocolate bar with moser Roth in gold font with mousse au chocolate in gold font with sour cherry and chilli in pink font next to two grey rectangular chocolate bars with moser Roth in gold font with dark chocolate 64% single origin Peru with Spanish almonds and Bolivian popped quinoa in white font next to a rose gold chocolate bar with moser Roth in gold font with Caramel Dorê Chocolate with Pecans and Himalyan Pink Salt in white font on a bright background


Moser Roth Private Collection: Mousse Au Chocolat - Sour Cherry & Chilli

This packaging on this product, compared to the other two items that I purchased was different. This product had a more shiny black rectangular packet to it compared to the other two. The next big difference is that, this product wasn't technically a share bar that the other two are. This product had five small bars that could be taken out of the cardboard sleeve individually.

The Chocolate shell of the bar, was Dark Chocolate with a hint of Chilli, whereas the interior was a smooth, sort of, fruit compote filling which consisted mainly of pure Sour Cherry. I loved the textural contrast between the crisp shell and the smooth filling. The taste contrast was amazing, as the Sour Cherry had a bit of sweetness, which cut some of the bitterness of the Dark Chocolate, and the Chilli that came after cut through some of the Sourness of the Cherry. Honestly, even if you don't really enjoy Cherry flavours, that much, I would still encourage you to try it.

Moser Roth Private Collection: Dark Chocolate 64% Single Origin Peru with Spanish Almond & Bolivian Popped Quinoa

As mentioned above in the Sour Cherry review, this packaging has a more dark grey rectangular cardboard sleeve that contains a bar of chocolate in sort of tin foil packaging. Honestly, the packaging reminded me of the bars, from a Swiss Chocolatier, that is known for their Red spherical truffles...

This one had a few problems for me sadly. The Almonds and the Quinoa, which meant that, you couldn't really feel or taste the Almonds, which pretty much meant that this was a Dark Chocolate and Quinoa bar more than anything. I didn't mind the texture of the Quinoa and I get what they were trying to do. I get that Aldi/Moser Roth were going for a sort of Chocolate bar with Popped Rice in it, like the Nestle Crunch bars, but for some reason, the Quinoa wasn't that crunchy so it was more of a nubbly feeling compared to a full popped rice sort of texture. I'm not fully sure why, but, the bar overall had a very big sort of soapy berry sort of flavour going on, and, after trying the bar over a couple of days, I'm still not sure as to why. I'm sadly not sure whether I'd get this one again

Moser Roth Private Collection: Caramel Doré Chocolate with Pecans and Himalayan Pink Salt 

This bar was amazing, but, there could be a few tweaks made. The Pink Salt in particular could be played with a bit. I get it, everyone likes salt in different amounts, but when it comes to Salt and Chocolate, I want to be able to know that there's Salt in my Chocolate. I realise that sounds stupid, but do you know what I mean? Some brands, I'm not stating names, but they don't go enough with the Salt when they've created a Salted Caramel bar and its just a bit meh. The Salt was a bit detectable in this bar, but, it was more of an after taste than anything and if I hadn't;' had read the packet, then, I wouldn't have realised that there was Salt in the bar.

The Chocolate itself, reminded me of Caramac, but with more of a burnt toffee taste. By that I mean that it was kind of sickly sweet caramel, with a bit of a burn to counteract the Sweetness. I loved the sort of burnt aroma in the Chocolate, but if you had too much then it would burn up and maybe make you feel like you had just eaten smoke. The Pecans, I loved as it created a textural difference. Overall, I would have this again, as it is amazing, even with it's flaws, just like most of my friends.

Have you tried any of the above products? Have you tried anything from Moser Roth? Let me know down below!

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

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Putting All The Plants To The Test | Vegan Fast Food Product Review

Hey everyone!

Welcome to 2020. I thought that today, I would talk to you all, about, my opinion on Veganuary, and my thoughts on some of the Vegan products that have been released due to Veganuary. 

So Veganuary, has been in the media for any and every reason. Ranging from health benefits for joining in and going Vegan for a month, to, ranting TV personalities harping on about it being rubbish and being reluctant to try a Vegan/Plant based item on National TV. I personally think that Veganuary is great. Yes, it might be hard to say, but, its a great way for people to slowly introduce plant based products into their diets. I also love it, as it means, that brands and supermarkets, expand their Vegan ranges thus ensuring that I have more of a choice when it comes to wanting lactose free items without having to go on an adventure to find them.


A large grey rectangular box with 11 herbs and spices in black font with zero chicken in white font on a bright background

KFC 

KFC announced that they were releasing a Vegan burger that would ensure that Vegans and plant based dieters were able to enjoy the delicious 11 herbs and spices that meat eaters have been enjoying for years. 

'An Original Recipe QUORN™ fillet, coated in our famous 11 Herbs and Spices, in a sesame bun with fresh lettuce and vegan mayo.' (KFC's Website)

The Sesame Bun was a tad dry, the Mayo was great but there wasn't enough of it. The Lettuce added a bit of textural contrast. The burger itself was kind of weird. By weird, what I mean, is that it was pretty dry when tasting it for the first bite, but after applying some Ketchup to the fillet itself, it became unbelievably tender? I loved how tender the fillet was, but I shouldn't have had to apply moisture to it in the form of ketchup to make it tender. The taste however, was amazing from the get go. The herbs and spices came through. in particular, the Pepper came out the most when tasting the fillet on its own. I would definitely get this again if the Fillet itself was tender from the get go. I mean, I still want five even though the fillet wasn't the most tender to begin with. 

A large oval white burger bun with a oval piece of brown meat free chicken with green lectuce in a grey open rectangular box on a bright background

Subway 

Subway have killed it with Vegan Subs in the past. They released their first Vegan Sub in 2019, and, I loved it. That rich creamy Garlic Aioli was to die for. I'm not saying, that, I'd be fine with it being used on me as massage oil, but, I'm also not saying that I wouldn't be fine with it... Y'know? For 2020, Subway have decided to release a Meatless version, of, their well known Meatball Marinara Sub. 

'Your bread selection filled with our plant based Meatless Meatballs smothered in a rich marinara sauce and topped with vegan cheese.' (Subway UK Website.) 

I love Subway. I love their option of being able to choose what you want.I love their Footlong's as they're filling, and I love their balls, so I was more than intrigued to try the Plant based version. I was going to talk about the Sub as a whole, but it makes more sense to talk about the Meatless Balls, Marinara Sauce and Vegan Cheese. 

Honestly, the Meatless Balls were amazing. They were pretty similar to the normal Meatballs in the form of texture. Slightly crispy on the outside, with a springy interior that is to die for. The only thing that made them different really was the taste. They were a tad on the bland side. If they had a bit of seasoning to them, then they would be perfect. The sauce, was exactly like the Marinara sauce that everyone loves, but, it was kind of thicker. I loved this because, well, I am the messiest eater you will ever meet in your life. The Cheese was amazing. I love Lacto Free/Vegan Cheese. This one melted amazingly. Honestly, I could just eat a mountain of the Vegan Cheese melted all day long. 

A bright golden brown rectangular sandwich filled with spherical dark brown balls and a red sauce on a bright white piece of parchment paper in a green oval basket on a bright brown table on a bright background

Greggs 

A year after the Vegan Sausage Roll took over the UK, Greggs are back with the Vegan Steak Bake. 

'Our new vegan friendly Steak Bake has been designed to mirror some of the original Steak Bake’s classic features, including 96 layers of light and crisp puff pastry. But, instead we've teamed up with Quorn to wrap it around savoury flavour mycoprotein pieces and diced onions in a rich gravy.' (Greggs Website). 

I need to try this one a couple more times, to fully get a true opinion of it, but from the two times I've tried it, I love it. I love how the pastry is pretty much like the pastry on the rest of the Greggs products, but without any of the animal based products. Sadly the rest of the Bake is a bit hit and miss. 

My main problem, is kind of the name... The product resembles more Vegan Minced Beef and Onion Bake and if they had called it that, then this product would be amazing.. The Quorn was amazing but felt more like grains of Mince when it comes to texture, rather than the big chunks which are in the normal Steak Bake. The taste was amazing and umami, but the main flavour that I picked up on, was, Onion and the sauce was quite thick. I don't know why, but it was pretty much one step away from being Jelly, which is the part that I'm still not sure on. Overall though, a great plant based product from Greggs, and, I will definitely pick it up again. 

A bright golden brown rectangular bake filled with dark brown meat and a dark brown sauce on a bright white packet on a bright background

Burger King 

Okay, so the Rebel Whopper has been in the press for all the controversial reasons lately. I get that some may not want to try this, due, to being made on the same grill as meat based products. Nevertheless though, I am a hungry chubby person who needs to try everything that is new, and, this is new so I had to try it. 

'The indulgent Rebel Whopper® consists of a juicy flame-grilled, 100% plant-based*, sustainably sourced soy patty topped with freshly sliced tomatoes, fresh lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a toasted sesame seed bun.' (Burger King Website.) 

This was pretty good. It tasted like the Whopper that you can buy at Burger King. My main two problems with this product, are, the rest of the stuff in the burger kind of hide the taste of the plant based patty itself which is mainly why most are buying the product, and, that the patty itself is pretty soft which means that the burger is kind of one note in form of texture. 

A bright green wrapped circular burger with rebel whopper in bright yellow and green font on a bright white rectangular table on a bright background


Have you tried any of these? What's your opinion on Veganuary? Let me know down below! 

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Wednesday, 25 December 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | McDonalds Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone! 

Welcome to a brand new Jamie Noms Through Christmas post. Sadly, this is the last one. I thought that, today, I would talk to you all about McDonalds Festive Menu 2019. I'm sure that you've seen the amazing Reindeer Ready adverts.

A golden M on a red background on a bright background

Chicken Deluxe 

'Two tender Chicken Selects layered with creamy Emmental cheese. Topped with a zesty tomato relish and cool mayo.' - McDonalds Website

Sadly. there were good things and bad things about this product. I'll start with the bad, and, then get into the good. The Bad thing about this burger, was, that it was pretty much two Selects, and, honestly made it feel less like a burger. Especially when the Selects have a tendency to fall out easily and then you're just eating bun and stuff. The contrast between the cool Mayo and the Relish was really nice. The Relish had a bit of a sweet vibe going on, which meant that the cool cool mayo accentuated the sweetness and made everything feel harmonious within this burger. The Cheese added a bit of Goo, which I always love, which made the burger experience that little bit more enjoyable. I'd try it again but id be careful when it comes to ensuring that the Selects stay in the actual burger...

Cheese Melt Dippers Sharebox 

'Twelve camembert dippers coated in a crispy crumb.' - McDonalds Website

I love anything that is deep fried and Cheese based. My stomach might not, but my soul and my brain definitely do. These were delicious, but, I would definitely mention that it is best to have them whilst they are still warm as they aren't as delicious when cold. I love the contrast between the smooth milky Cheese, against, the crisp outer shell of the Dipper. Crunchy and smooth, mmm. What I love more, is the, flavour contrast against the cooling milky Camembert, and, the tangy/slightly sour Tomato Dip which gives the whole thing a good amount of Zing. If I could get the Dip on its own to use on everything, then I would!

Mint Matchmaker McFlurry 

'Soft dairy ice cream swirled with Mint Matchmaker pieces and chocolate mint sauce.' McDonalds Website.

This was a weird one for me. I love Mint, but this was a sort of Mint that punched me in the face and told me that 'IT'S CHRISTMAS!' The fab part about this McFlurry was the sauce. Dark Chocolate with a subtle touch of Mint. The Chocolate stood out the most to me. I loved this because every so often, it ensured that you had a little bit of a break from the strong hit of pure Mint flavour from the Matchmakers. I loved the sort of nubbly texture that the Matchmakers provided against the smooth ice Cream. I would definitely try this again just for the Chocolate sauce alone. This McFlurry would go great with maybe a Toffee Latte/Hot Chocolate I feel.

Millionaire's Donut

An indulgent iced caramel doughnut with gooey caramel filling, topped with biscuit pieces and a dark cocoa drizzle.

I loved this, even, if on the whole I got very big Krispy Kreme vibes. The dough itself tasted like it had been home made which is an amazing thing. I love when you can tell the dough from donuts has been made and freshly fried. It just gives it an different dimension of flavour to it. The biscuit pieces added a tiny bit of crunch on top, but kind of made the whole thing messy as to eat. Sometimes, I love that, but if I was walking and eating this, which some may do to the office, then this wouldn't be such a great point to the product. The main part of the show was the ooey-gooey Caramel Filling. Rich, buttery and thick. Oh, I would pour this on anything and everything as it is that good.

Have you tried any of the McDonalds Festive Menu? Let me know down below!

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Monday, 23 December 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | Iceland Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone! 

Welcome to a brand new Jamie Noms Through Christmas post. I thought that today, that I would talk to you about Iceland, who are infamous for their Christmas ranges.

Now, with University and everything happening lately, I've only had the time to try one savoury thing from Iceland's Seasonal Range, and, three different desserts from the Iceland Seasonal Range. There won't be any images of them as it was a while ago. I could email the PR, but, with most PR teams it takes a while due to them being busy at this time of year, and I want this post up before Christmas is over and done with.

Iceland in orange chunky font on a bright background

Festive Pie 

There is no description for this, but this is literally a Christmas Lunch in a Pie. I loved all of the different elements, I loved all of the veg, the meat, the creamy sauce, But my main big problem is that, it was kind of small... I was expecting something kind of bigger, like a sort of Quiche size, not a Pie a size of my palm really. The pastry against the smooth silky sauce was amazing. If it was any bigger than it was then I think it would have been one of the best pies I've had ever.

Black Forest Cheesecake 

If you love Black Forest things, then you will love this! The Cheesecake base was crumbly but still somewhat crispy which was a great contrast against the smooth creamy filling. The Cream Cheese was a beautiful blank canvas for the dark sour Cherries. The Chocolate cut against the sourness and rounded off the whole Dessert. I loved it and the Cherry flavour wasn't too pronounced or too sour which made it great for everyone, as, sometimes I'm not the biggest fan of Sour Cherries. A great dessert to round off any night.

Chocolate Orange Cheesecake 

Sadly, you can't whack this one, but, you can definitely tap it... If you love Chocolate Orange flavoured things, then this is right up your street. The Orange flavour in this was more realistic than synthetic which I quite liked. The filling of the Cheesecake had a slight set Jelly feel to it which was unusual, but, I quite liked it. It gave me quite big Jaffa cake vibes, which, is never a bad thing in my eyes. If you like something with a fruity kick for dessert, then, definitely give this one a try!

Passion Fruit Cheesecake

This was quite simple. Passion Fruit Puree as a topping, and a Cheesecake as a base. The Passion Fruit created a Fruity and Zingy contrast against the sweet creamy Cheesecake. I loved how sort of Zingy and Sour it was as it just made you want more. It's a great to enjoy at this time of year as everything is laden with rich flavours at this time of year, and, something like this dessert would definitely cut through all of that. Give it a try and let me know what you think down below!

I hope that you've enjoyed this Jamie Noms Through Christmas post. I hope that you come back next time for another post.

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Sunday, 22 December 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | KFC Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone! 

Welcome to a brand new Jamie Noms Through Christmas post. I thought that today, I would tell you all about the KFC Festive box Meal that I tried from the KFC Festive Menu.

'KFC’s brand-new Festive Burger is making its Christmas debut. Packed with a succulent Original Recipe fillet, a crispy hash brown, a delicious sage and onion stuffing mayo and topped with a tangy cranberry dressing and a layer of cheese. Why suffer through a dry Turkey Sandwich?' - KFC UK Website.

A large circular light brown chicken burger with dark red cranberry sauce and white may with yellow cheese and golden brown hash brown between two golden brown bread buns in a white box on a light brown rectangular table on a bright background

The Burger 

The Burger was an intriguing new concept for myself and KFC. Turkey Sandwich, KFC style. I loved the Crispy Chicken against the sweet thick Cranberry Sauce, as its vibrant juices mixed with the sweet sauce. I also loved the Mayo, as every so often, you got a pop of creaminess which was then followed by a hit of Sage and Onion. This was great as every pop was surprising on the palette. My main problem with the Burger was that the extras weren't needed that much. The Bacon was a tad flimsy, and only really added a hint of meatiness to the burger, whereas the Hash Brown in my opinion, didn't add anything at all. This was a bit of a shame, as I love Hash Browns! The Cheese added a tiny bit of Goo, but, it didn't contain that much Goo to the point that you could notice it so it seemed a bit pointless having it within the Burger.

Chicken 

I adore the Original Recipe Chicken from KFC. It's crispy and slightly spicy, as, the batter is coated in those infamous herbs and spices. I just adore it and it went beautifully with the sweetness of the burger. There was nothing wrong with the Chicken, but, it's a staple that Ive had many times before at the well known Chicken franchise.

Fries 

Sadly, the Fries/Chips, were the most lacklustre of the Box Meal. I love KFC's Fries, but, I did request Festive Fries, and they didn't taste any different than the normal fries. Honestly, these were kinda soggy and just meh overall. I think that if they had a little bit more crisp then it would have made them even better. I'm sure I only got normal fries, so, if you've tried the Festive Fries, then let me know down below!

Have you tried any of the KFC Festive Menu? Let me know down below! 

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Saturday, 21 December 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | Starbucks Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new Jamie Noms Through Christmas post! I thought that today I would talk to you all about the Christmas items at Starbucks within the UK. As, 3 of the 4 Red Cups were the same as last year, I've decided to mainly focus on the one that was new for 2019 and a couple of food items that I tried when trying the new Red Cup.

Two cylindrical plastic cup with domed lids filled with chocolate drinks with white cream next two light golden brown treats on a white circular plate on a brown wooden table on a bright background


Toasted Marshmallow Hot Chocolate/Frappuccino

'Delicious mocha sauce is blended with ice, marshmallow syrup, topped with marshmallow flavoured whipped cream and finished with a caramalised sugar topping.' 

I loved this I liked the flavour contrast between the dark chocolate drink, and, the sweetness and charred flavour of the Toasted Marshmallow. I did wish that there was a lot more Marshmallow flavour in the drink, as it reminded me more of Chocolate Pudding, that it did Marshmallows. I did love the tiny crunch from the Caramelised Sugar that was on top of the drink! I also do think that it could be topped with some actual Toasted Marshmallows to evoke the flavours within. However, I understand why they didn't to try and ensure that they could keep it Vegan.

Twinkle & Sprinkle Salted Caramel Cupcake

'Butterscotch cupcake, caramel sauce filling, salted caramel buttercream topping.'

Okay, this was amazing! The Cupcake had a strong yet sugary Butterscotch taste to it which made the treat moreish. The sauce in the middle added great texture against the thick buttercream and the slightly crumbly Cupcake. I did wish that the Caramel Sauce was a little bit more cooked or with some salt in, as, I am a big sucker for thick flowing Salted Caramel. The buttercream was great and ended the sweet treat on a high. Sweet but not sickly.

Cran-Merry Cheesecake Muffin

'Vanilla sponge muffin with cranberries and white chocolate pieces filled with Mascarpone cheese.'

This was great. The Cream Cheese gave the Muffin a bit of a tender crumb, but, also gave the Muffin a bit of a Creamy taste. I loved the freshness of Cranberry against the sweetness of the Muffin, but, I do wish that there was a bit more flavour when it came to the Cranberries themselves. I also love the name of this one as it ties in so well with the Christmas Season. Who doesn't love a Christmas based pun?!

Have you tried any of the items from the Starbucks Festive Menu? Let me know down below!

Thanks for reading!
Jamie x

Saturday, 14 December 2019

Spraying The Junk In Your Room | Lush New Perfumes December 2019

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new post! Lush have released some new scents lately, so I thought that today I would talk to you all about them. 

Six glass rectangular bottles with white labels with American Cream, Pansy, Lord of Misrule, Ginger, Rose Jam, Junk in black font on a bright background

I think that the best way to start off and then talk about my opinion of the scent and if it reminds me of anything.

American Cream 

DRF Alcohol Perfume Water (Aqua) Glycerine Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone Vanilla Absolute Clary Sage Oil Lavender Oil Benzoin Resinoid *Anise Alcohol *Benzyl Benzoate Coumarin *Geraniol *Limonene *Linalool

This American Cream perfume is amazing. I feel like over the past year or so, the scent of AC has changed from Strawberry Milkshake to Violet. This kind of mixes both of those scents into one. It has a big hint of creamy vanilla that blends into Strawberry for me which then blends into a muted sort of Violet smell. I also tried the Solid version. This has a more Strawberry scent which then blends into Vanilla. I think that this would be great for an everyday scent or something to evoke the beginning of Summer with, as, England symbolises Strawberries and Cream with Spring-Summer and this is the epitome of that sweet dish. 

Pansy

DRF Alcohol Perfume Water (Aqua) Glycerine *Limonene Bergamot Oil Orange Flower Absolute Rosemary Oil Galbanum Oil Labdanum Resinoid Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone Benzyl Benzoate Butylphenyl Methylpropional *Citral Coumarin Oakmoss Extract *Farnesol *Geraniol Hexyl Cinnamal Hydroxycitronellal *Linalool

This is meant to be very similar to The Olive Branch Shower Gel. In my opinion, it's not. (If you smell it, let me know down below). It's very sweet at first and then it blends into a very spring like Floral scent. I kind of love it, but, I was surprised. I think if you like anything floral based then you will absolutely love it. 

Lord of Misrule 

DRF Alcohol Perfume Dark Sumatran Patchouli Oil Water (Aqua) Glycerine *Limonene Black Pepper Oil Vanilla Absolute *Anise Alcohol *Benzyl Alcohol *Benzyl Benzoate *Citral *Coumarin *Eugenol *Farnesol *Geraniol *Linalool

Honestly, the Liquid smells exactly the same as the Shower Gel, or Bath Bomb. The Vanilla hits you and then the Patchouli instantly punches through and makes you instantly feel like its Autumn, no matter when this scent is sprayed on you. The Solid has a more punchier scent of Patchouli, as the Vanilla is more muted. 

Ginger 

DRF Alcohol Water (Aqua) Perfume Glycerine Mimosa Absolute Bergamot Oil Ginger Oil Sicilian Red Mandarin Oil Geranium Oil Sandalwood Oil  Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone *Benzyl Alcohol *Benzyl Benzoate *Benzyl Salicylate *Citral Citronellol *Eugenol

I didn't think that I would love this, but oh my god I seriously do. It's Woody, Fruity and Spicy all in one go to me. The Mandarin Oil comes through first when you spray it, then the Ginger Oil and Sandalwood come through at the same time which gives you sort of a Warm scent. I think that this would be amazing for any time of the year, but, if you love scents that are warming or give you a bit of a pep then I definitely advise you to give this a go. If you like the Ginger range, then, you will love this. 

Rose Jam 

DRF Alcohol Water (Aqua) Perfume Glycerine Citronellol Geraniol Pakistani Rose Absolute Rose Oil Geranium Oil Sicilian Lemon Oil *Citral Coumarin *Eugenol *Limonene *Linalool

I love everything that is Rose Jam, to the point that I wore all the Rose Jam possible for Birthday Drinks this year, and, my friends Abbey and Michelle could smell this from a mile away. if you love the Body Spray or the Shower Gel, then, imagine that but slightly muted and softer. If you think that Rose Jam is a bit too strong, then I urge you to smell this as I think that you might like this a little bit more than the rest of the Rose Jam family. 

Junk

DRF Alcohol Perfume *Limonene Sicilian Lemon Oil Water (Aqua) Glycerine Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone Green Mandarin Oil Rosemary Oil Sage Oil *Citral *Geraniol *Linalool

I have saved the best till last. This scent is amazing to me. It starts off as Blue Raspberry (imagine the sort of Blue Raspberry flavoured slushy drinks you can find in most UK based cinemas. After ra couple of mins, it turns into a sour Blackcurrant scent. I just think that its absolutely amazing! If you like anything that is fruity or sour, or like something that has similar vibes to The Comforter, then check this one out!

Have you tried any of the scents mentioned above? Let me know down below!

Thanks for reading!
Jamie x

Friday, 13 December 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | Greggs Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new Jamie Noms Through Christmas post. I thought that today I would talk to you all about, some of the new Festive releases from, Greggs. (Yes I will be admitting my love for the Festive Bake throughout this post. If you don't like them, or, haven't tried them before, then comment down below (so I can try and convert you)!

A blue rectangular box with Greggs in white bold font with found small orange squares on a bright background


Festive Bake

This may seem bias for this post, but I love Festive Bakes. Festive Bakes get me in the mood for Christmas, and, honestly they light my soul up every time that I see one or enjoy one.

The description of the Festive Bake is, 'Combining succulent pieces of Chicken Breast Pieces, Sage & Onion Stuffing, and, Sweetcure Bacon, in a creamy Sage & Cranberry Sauce. All encased in Golden Puff Pastry, with a crunchy Crumb topping.' - Greggs Website.

What I love about it is, that the succulent Chicken, Bacon, and little nuggets of Stuffing work against the creamy sauce and the crunchy topping, not only in the form of a contrast between textures (the soft meats against the smooth sauce, against the gorgeous crunchy topping), but also taste wise too.

When you take the first bite, you instantly get the hit of the soft as silk Chicken, then the crispy slightly salty Bacon, and then, a punch of the seasoned Stuffing comes through. After this, a wave of the creamy and Smooth sauce washes over your tongue like a coastal wave on a beautiful day. The creamy taste is instantly defeated by the punch of the tangy Cranberry sauce which makes your tongue slightly tingle and crave more. After the tidal waves of the mouth have calmed, the crunchy sort of herby coating and the crisp buttery Pastry hit the tongue and end the Bake on such a high note that leaves you wanting more.

Get one before they go.

Christmas Lunch Soup

The description of this one is, 'A festive soup made with smoked bacon, chicken, turkey, sage & onion stuffing, pork sausage, vegetables, herbs and spices.'

This one was a weird one but, I kind of enjoyed it. Again, you get the mixture of the meats as soon as you tasted it and then the Sausages and Stuffing, and, then the Veggies and other things. I enjoyed it and loved how the flavours were complex. I think that this is an amazing soup to start a cold winters day off with.

My main problem with this soup, was that there wasnt enough flavour. I realise that this sounds really stupid due to the meats and veggies giving some form of flavour, but I wanted more. Honestly, I wanted it to punch me in the face, just like the Festive Bake does.

I'd definitely recommend that you try this at least once this Holiday Season.

Pigs In Blankets

Everyone loves Pigs In Blankets, and oh, so do I!

Sadly, for Greggs, these weren't the best Pigs In Blankets that I've had in my lifetime. They were kind of bland and overdone for my liking. Everything was crisp and the whole point of a PIB is that you get the softness with a slight char of the Sausage and the crispiness of the Bacon. The aftertaste was a peculiar one too. It wasn't meat but instead was Black Pepper, even though, there wasn't the biggest of punch of Black Pepper when trying them.

A cylindrical white tub with a blue Greggs logo with Greggs in white font and pigs in blankets in dark bold font on a bright background


Have you tried any of the Greggs Seasonal Range? Let me know down below!

Thanks for reading another Jamie Noms Through Christmas post.
Jamie x


Saturday, 30 November 2019

Jamie Noms Through Christmas | Costa Coffee Festive Menu 2019

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new post, and, welcome to the start of my little miniseries, where I'll literally be talking about Christmas Food from well known and well loved places on the high street. Today, I thought that I would start the miniseries off with the good old comforting Costa Coffee.

Black Forest Hot Chocolate

I have loved the Black Forest Hot Chocolate from Costa for many years now, so I was a bit shocked on when I found out that it had slightly changed this year. In the past few years, it has come with a Blackcurrant and Raspberry sauce, which has always made the drink exceptional. This year, however, Costa have decided to go for Cherry. I get that it is more original for a Black Forest based hot drink, but, I love the old version, because well familiarity. Saying that, I did love this version. I had it both to drink in and to take out. I preferred the drink in as I could probably stir it to make sure the Cherry dispersed evenly instead of just in certain spaces in the drink. The sharpness of the Cherry works quite well with the richness of the Chocolate. In fact, I would love more sharpness just to really make it contrasting. I think that this is a great option for those who like a bit of fruitless to their Hot Chocolates.

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A picture of the Black Forest Hot Chocolate and the Hazelnut Praline and Cream Latte

Praline and Cream Latte

Oooh I do love a good sweet nut in my creamy Latte! I love the sweetness of the Latte against the sort of toasty warmth of the nuts that are in this drink. If you love a well known Christmas Nut flavoured Coffee drink from an American based Coffee chain at this time of year, then you will love this! I do think that it could do with something textural on top maybe, but that's just my opinion. It does come with wafer pieces, but they do end up soaked by the drink really quickly. This is also available cold in the form of a Frostiino too, for when you're feeling a bit warm and flustered in the adventure pf shopping during the festive period.

irish Velvet Hot Chocolate

Okay, so this is kind of amazing, and, I get why its the main drink on Costa's Christmas Menu this year. imagine, well, Baileys but in non alcoholic form. Sweet and creamy, with a slight kick of coffee flavour infused into a hot chocolate. I could drink and bathe in this all year around. Again, I do think that it needs a tad more texture on the top. I know that I sound crazy for saying this about drinks, but, you're paying for everything when it comes to coffee shop drinks, so if im investing my money into a Festive only drink, I want it to be so good/something that hits every spot, that it makes me think about it all year round. I mean, this already does but I would be writing emails to Costa every day if it had just a tad more texture on top of the whipped cream. Maybe something crispy and to do with Irish coffee, maybe Chocolate coated Espresso Beans? Who knows!

A close up of a white circular mug filled with light brown liquid with white cream and black chocolate pieces on top in front of a black chocolate muffin with a semicircular piece of dark chocolate on top on a small white plate on a brown rectangular tray on a dark brown rectangular table on a bright background
A picture of the Irish Velvet and Cream Hot Chocolate and a Terry's Chocolate Orange Muffin

Terrys Chocolate Orange Muffin

This Muffin is brand new for 2019, and, it is amazing. Sadly, you can't whack it to release its chocolate orange flavour, as that would make your sweet treat end up in a squidgy mess on the floor. The muffin is made up of a thick Chocolate Orange segment, which is sat on top of some thick Chocolate frosting, which is on top of a Chocolate Orange muffin which contains pieces of Terry's Chocolate Orange and a Chocolate-y Orange based goo in the middle. The bits of Chocolate Orange and the decorative segment on the top, make for such a textural contrast between the free flowing goo, the crumbly sweet muffin itself, and, the thick even sweeter frosting. As there is a fair amount of sweet going on, in terms of taste, it means that I love the Orange kick even more than I would normally as it just stops it from all being too sickly. Terry's Chocolate Orange as a whole makes me think of Christmas, especially the Popping Candy ones, that you can only get at Christmas time in pouch form.

Have you tried any of the above from the Costa Festive 2019 Menu? Have you tried any of the other products that I haven't mentioned, such as the Christmas Tea, or any of the food? Would you like me to try any of the other items within this menu? Let me know down below! 

Check out Costa Coffee to see what else is on their menu, including their Dairy Alternatives, which are all free this Festive period!

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Thursday, 28 November 2019

Going For A Leisurely Walk For Fun | Bradford Leisure Exchange Bloggers Night (Gifted)

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new blog post! I was invited to check out the Leisure Exchange in Bradford, via, their Bloggers Night and I thought that, I would talk to you all about what happened at it today.

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Before the event, I arrived in Bradford after coming from Leeds after doing some University based work. I met up with Luke, and, as I had some time to kill. We decided to go to Costa to try some of their new Festive products, as I am creating some posts about Festive Food that is on the high street. We made our way to Costa and decided on getting, Irish Velvet Hot Chocolates and a Terrys Chocolate Orange Muffin to share. If you want to know my opinion on the above, then stay tuned for my Costa Coffee Festive Menu blog post.

A close up of a white circular mug filled with light brown liquid with white cream and black chocolate pieces on top in front of a black chocolate muffin with a semicircular piece of dark chocolate on top on a small white plate on a brown rectangular tray on a dark brown rectangular table on a bright background

After trying these products, we made our way up to the lovely Leisure Exchange. When we got there, we met with the lovely PR member of staff, Laurissa, who had made the night possible. We started off the adventure around the wonderful complex, at, Nando's. Most of you will know what Nando's is, but for those of you that don't. They sell Portuguese food and focus mainly on the Peri Peri phenomenon that has now become a staple in most of the worlds, and, especially England's cuisine repertoire. We decided to stick with non-alcoholic drinks for most of the night, so myself and Luke decided to have a Coke. As we were only having starters at Nando's, I decided to go for the Halloumi, whereas Luke decided to go for Hummus and Pitta, due to not liking most Cheese's unless they are melted.

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I love Halloumi, yes it is squeaky, but it is so delicious, and it definitely didn't undeliver when I had it at Nando's at the Bloggers Event. I could;d eat Halloumi all day and all night! It came with some Chilli Jam, which cut through a lot of the creaminess of the Cheese and added a bit of freshness to the Halloumi. I could have this dip on absolutely everything!

After chatting for some time and finding out about some of the other events that Laurissa is helping to create, we decided to move on to the next location. (If you're in Manchester then I urge you to check out, Lightopia at Heaton Park. I haven't had a chance to check it out yet due to Uni, but I can't wait to see all of the amazing lights, the next time I'm in Manchester!)

The next location that we headed to was, Pizza Hut. I honestly couldn't wait. I realise that sounds so weird, but I physically haven't had Pizza Hut in years so I was looking very forward to it! We wandered in and sat at a beautiful table. Again, as we weren't drinking loads, especially as I had University in the morning, myself and Luke decided to get Pepsi's. Pizza Hut, are doing a Christmas Deal where you get a drink, a starter, a pizza and salad for £15, so I decided to get that as it sounded amazing!

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A large glass bottle filled with dark brown liquid with Pepsi in white font with a red white and blue circle logo above the text with a large cylindrical glass mug net to it filled with clear square ice on a large rectangular light brown table on a bright background

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I started off with Jack 'N' Rolls, which are completely Vegan. These contain, Sweet Chilli, BBQ Jackfruit and Vegan Cheese. I loved these, but honestly thought that they were going to be more of a crispy Spring Roll rather than a Pizza Roll sort of thing. I loved the Jackfruit and I loved the Cheese. These are a perfect light bite to start a meal off with.

After the starter, I had decided to go for a Cheese Stuffed Crust Texas Meat Meltown. This contains, Spicy Pork, Chorizo, Chicken Breast, Pepperoni and a BBQ Sauce Base. First of all, Cheesy Stuffed Crust is always the best way to go when it comes to Pizza. I did order this just from the title alone, so, I was surprised when I actually bit into it. I wasn't expecting that much spice, but I love the spice from Chorizo so I knew that it was a familiar spice when I tried it. I love anything with a lot of meat, and oh honey, Pizza Hut didn't let me down as this was crammed with juicy meat galore! If you want to find out what Luke had from Pizza Hut, then, make sure to check out his postQ!

A large golden brown circular pizza with yellow cheese, brown bbq base and chunks of different meat on a lack square slate slab on a large brown rectangular table on a bright background

Sadly, we were approaching our final stop! We then went to Hollywood Bowl, to enjoy a spot of bowling. I love bowling, but I have to have the bumpers up, because, well, I suck at bowling without them. We enjoyed a game of bowling, which involved Luke nearly wrecking the lane, in true Luke style. I got a couple of spares and I think a strike at one point! During the game, I had a cocktail. This cocktail was called, Strike (For some reason, the website won't work, but I remember that it had Passion Fruit and Vodka in. I mean I love both, so I knew that I was going to love it!) it was also neon Green which looked awesome under the light within the bowling alley. I also received some Nachos during the game, but, honestly I was full from all of the other food so I didn't have that much of the Nachos. I didn't win but I did have an amazing time!

Check out Bradford Leisure Exchange! Have you ever been? If so, then let me know about your experiences there in the comments section down below!

I hope that you have enjoyed this post! Thanks to the staff at Nando's, Pizza Hut and Hollywood Bowl for having us, and, thanks to Laurissa for inviting us to an amazing event!

Thanks for reading!
Jamie x

This post was in return of free food and bowling at Leisure Exchange. All views, opinions and ramblings are my own. 

Sunday, 3 November 2019

The Finale | Lush Christmas Range 2019 First Impressions : Everything Else

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new post! I thought that today, I would talk about the final part of the Lush Christmas Range, and, the last part of my first impressions mini-series. This post is all about the rest of the Lush Christmas 2019 range that isn't Bath or Shower orientated.


Body Lotions:

These come in both Liquid, and, Naked form. I've decided to talk about the products themselves as there isn't a lot of difference within Liquid and Naked versions, but, if you wanted more of a post where I compare the Liquid, against, the Naked versions of products, then do let me know. 

Snowflake

This is a weird one. The texture is amazing. It's thick and creamy. It's the perfect texture for a cream that is made for the colder months. The scent is a weird one. It's very Almond based on the ingredients but I get carpet shop and Lemons when I smell this.

A circle of thick white cream on a bright background

Once Upon A Time

This Body Lotion is based on a very well known Princess biting an Apple. This lotion does have a slight Crisp Apple scent to it, but I get more Baby Powder with a spritz of Apple when using this product. It is very moisturising, as, I tried a bit on my ear (as I've been stretching it for a while so it gets dry often), and, it was still soft and moisturised at the end of the day!

A circle of light blue medium thick cream on a bright background

Massage Bars:

Let It Glow

I love Snow Fairy and I love Shimmer so this is amazing. My only problem is that its really small, compared to the rest of the Massage/Sparkle Bars that I've tried before.

A pink snowflake shaped massage bar on a bright background

Let It Snow

I don't mind this but its Twilight and im not the biggest fan of Twilight. I used a little bottle of Twilight Shower Gel (before it became Sleepy), and, by the end I never wanted to see anything Twilight based again. This is a tad sweeter than the Twilight range and has a good amount of sparkle to it.

A icy silver blue snowflake shaped massage bar on a bright background

Dusting Powders:

Sleepy Dust

Do we really need any more Sleepy products? I love the concept of this. It would be amazing for say a child, post bath, on Christmas Eve to get them to sleep before Santa comes...

A pool of circular light blue powder on a bright background

Fairy Dust

This has a lot of Shimmer to it and I love that. Its Snow Fairy, and I think that it is a great way to finish off a Snow Fairy scented day. I would also keep it around for parties, as it will get everyone talking about you when the light catches your skin and the shimmer!

A circular pool of bright pink powder on a bright background

Face Masks:

Rudolph Jelly Mask

If you like Chocolate then this Face Mask is for you. When you open the tub, you get a massive whip of Chocolate. I've used the one from last year, it has a touch of Orange to it when you lather it up to smear it on your face. I also find it super moisturising which is great for this time of year, as, its slightly getting Volder by the day!

A dark brown circular face mask with a little circular red face mask in the middle to represent Rudolphs red nose on a bright background

Lip Scrubs:

Galaxy

I love this Lip Scrub! Its super scrubbery and colourful. The Galaxy Scrub, looks like a literal galaxy. It tastes even better than it looks as Galaxy has a Blue Raspberry taste to it. I hope that Lush bring out more products under this scent!

A circular pool of light blue sugar crystals on a bright background

Toothpaste Jelly:

Candy Cane

When I see anything Candy Cane, I forever want to shout, 'Four for you, Glen Coco! You go Glen Coco! Oh, and, none for Gretchen Weiners, bye.' I'm not sure about this one as I've never used a jelly for a mouth product before. I think its one of those, that I would, slowly grow to love the more I use it. It has a very spicy fresh Mint taste to it which would instantly help to wake anyone up first thing in the morning!

A circular jelly with a red rim with a white middle on a bright background

Fragrances:

Yog Nog

I love this Spray! It has a very creamy sort of donut smell at the beginning, but when you leave it on the skin to settle, it slowly changes into the Spicy, Toffee-esque scent that we have all learnt to love. I think that this one is definitely made for Cold Days, as, its one of those cosy warming based scents!

A big black bottle with a black label that says Yog Nog in big white font with Body Spray in smaller white font on a bright background

Celebrate

This one is just made for Christmas Parties! If you love the Golden Wonder scent, then you will definitely love this Spray! The first sort of note that I got from the spray was, the Cognac, that fizzy rich sort of note, but when you leave it to settle, it becomes one of the best sprays in the world! It settles down into a uplifting and spritzy Orange and Lime scent which is made for those days when you want to feel happy and ready for anything to come your way!

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Snow Fairy

All of these scents will make anyone that comes near you wonder and ask you what are you wearing. Saying that, if you want someone to know that you're wearing Lush, then this scent will do that. Creamy and sweet makes up the first sort of note, and, then after a while, the pear sort of note within Snow Fairy comes out a little bit more.

A big black bottle with a pink rectangular label with snow fairy in big white font with body spray in smaller white font on a bright background

Check out the Bath part of this range post. Check out the Shower part o this range post.

Have you bought or tried any of the products within either three of these posts? Let me know down below! I hope that you've enjoyed this min series of First Impressions. I hope to see you next time for another blog post!

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x

Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Lush Christmas 2019 First Impressions : Shower

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new blog post! Round Two of the First Impressions of the Lush Christmas Range. This time, its all about those who are in the No Tub Club, which is also known as the Shower part of the Christmas range!

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Shower Gels:

There are Liquid and Solid versions of all of these Shower Gels, therefore, I will mention them both within the same paragraph.

Yog Nog

I love anything Yog Nog based! Spicy and rich. It screams Cold Nights to me! This has some shimmer in. I tried it within the store, and, a little goes a long way! The scent pay off is amazing too with this product!

A circular pool of bright gold shimmery shower gel on a bright background

Happy

This product contains Neroli, which is apparently, a natural source of Serotonin, thus making you more happier if you use it. This has a weird scent to me. Slightly floral, slightly sweet, but mainly, Citrus. It has a lot of Glitter... I love that, but I know that, some people don't.

A bright purple-blue shimmery circular pool of shower gel on a bright background

Snow Fairy

I mean... Do I really need to explain Snow Fairy? If you haven't tried it before, then imagine sweet Cotton Candy/Bubblegum mixed with Pear Drops and tinted Neon Pink... I love this scent. I did use to hate it, but I now love it. It smells just like it normally does, and, is the same texture as normal. Go give it a sniff if you've never tried it!

A circular pool of neon baby pink shower gel on a bright background

Shower Jellies:

Santa's Belly

This shares it same scent with So White. I absolutely adore it, as it's sweet apple with a touch of Acidic crispness. I love the fact that a little goes a long way with this one!

A red circular pot of shower jelly with a golden square in the middle full of shimmer to represent a gold belt buckle on a bright background

Drummers Drumming

I love to dance to the beat of my own drum... (If you get that song reference, comment down below!) This Shower Jelly has a sort of Strawberry 'Refreshers' scent to it. If you've smelt Candy Rain, then you will know what I mean.

A cylindrical pink-yellow shower jelly on a bright background

Silver Bells

I need you all to not judge me, but, why does the shape of this one give me big phallic vibes? I love the Shimmer, and, I'd love to just rub myself in the Shimmer alone. The scent, reminds me of Watermelon, more than anything which is weird for Lush, as I have never smelt anything with a Watermelon scent from Lush before!

A dome shaped shimmery silver shower jelly to represent a Bell on a bright background

Shower Bombs:

Rudolph Nose

This Shower Bomb is huge! The scent gives me slightly Snowcake mixed with Wood vibes. Imagine Cherry Bakewell mixed with Wood. That's the vibe that I get from this product!

A round brown block with a circular red circle in the middle to represent Rudolphs nose on a bright background

Polar Bear Nose

I love the design of this one! It's also massive! This product smells a tad Violet-ish. I love that it smells like this as it screams something different for Christmas!

A dark grey oval shaped shower bomb with a silvery grey underside on a bright background

Snowman Nose

Snowman Nose is a very peculiar Shower Bomb! It has a very florally scent and looks like a tiny Carrot. When I saw the Carrot shape, I was expecting it to smell like Carrot Soap, but it doesn't. It smells sweet and florally.

A triangular shaped orange-yellow cone on a bright background

Body Conditioners:

Snow Fairy

Again, these come in a Liquid, and, Solid versions. This is so moisturising, and, Pink. If you ever wanted to imagine the Plastic's version of the beauty counter in Mean Girls, then, Snow Fairy as a scent would be sold in there.

A upside down flat based cylindrical neon baby pink naked body conditioner on a bright background

Yog Nog

The liquid is a tad drying to me and the solid is amazing for just a quick swipe or when you're in a rush. (I swiped it quickly whilst in the store and it was perfect.) The smell is a bit more floral, but as soon as that's settled, you mainly get the classic Yog Nog/caramel scent.

A upside down flat based cylindrical golden shimmery body conditioner on a bright background

Soaps:

These are technically a part of Shower, as, some do use Soaps to shower themselvs with.

Baked Alaska3

I love Baked Alaska, That citrusy tangy scent is a fabulous one to use during the Winter time. My only problem with Baked Alaska, is the Popping Candy, that is meant to represent Snow/Meringue. It looks like Dandruff and instantly falls off the product as soon as you touch it.

A 3d Dome shaped pink and yellow soap with a coating of white popping candy on top on a bright background

Golden Pear

I love Golden Pear. It's such a spic and slightly sweet scent. It reminds me slightly of spicy Cider! If you like the Golden Pear Bath Bomb, then you will definitely love this! It's a tiny bit stronger than the bomb!

A bright golden and green pear shaped soap with a black thin cylindrical stalk on a bright background

Butterbear

Just like its cousin Butterball./ This has a creamy yet relaxing scent to it. I love the shape of the soap, as its a cute little bear. As it is a little bear its a soap that all of the family will love! I love that it still has Cocoa Butter in it, as the cold months make my hands very dry normally. If you like Butterball, Butterbear Bath Bomb, or, the Shower Jelly that shares the same name, then you will definitely enjoy this!

A bright white bear shaped soap on a bright background

Snow Fairy

This has a lovely Snowflake based design to it. it smells exactly how Snow Fairy does but a tad bit muted.

A bright neon pink hexagonal shaped soap with a white snowflake design in the middle on a bright background

Winter Berry

This is oh so sticky. Its nearly solid Jam! The scent reminds me of Cranberries and I love that. This one would be really moisturising!

A bright red bubble rectangular soap on a bright background

Satsuma

Don't tap it, whack it! This has a bright Orange based scent to it. I love the fact that the outside of it, has a literal 3D design to it, which makes it look like actual Orange Peel!

A bright neon orange spherical soap on a bright background

Shooting Stars

I love this one as its Citrusy and bright. Everyone needs something Citrus based during Christmas!

A soap with two 3d stars stuck together in pink and yellow on a bright background

FUN:

Magic Lamp

I think the way that these Christmas Kits are meant to work, is that you use the Fun and then the other product in the kit as sort of a finishing touch? I'm not fully sure... I love this scent as its citrus and rich at the same time. I love anything with Lime and Cognac in! If you love Celebrate/Bubbly/Golden Wonder, then you will definitely love this one!

A cylindrical bright shimmery gold log with a circular gold and blue product next to it on a bright background

Snow Fairy

Again, I love Snow Fairy so I love the scent of this. I'm still confused on the concept of these... If you know then let me know down below!

A cylindrical bright pink and yellow log with a circular pink and yellow product next to it on a bright background

I hope that you have enjoyed this blog post. Come back very soon for the third, and, final part of this series.

Check out the Christmas Bath Range First Impressions post.

Thanks for reading! 
Jamie x