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Originally founded in America in 1914, Butterkist has been a feature in the UK since the first Butterkist machines appeared in cinemas in 1938. Delicious and unique in flavour, Butterkist has since grown to become one of the nation’s most widely sold popcorns.
Butterkist Sweet Microwave Popcorn
Butterkist sweet microwave popcorn is made following a safely guarded secret recipe.
Suitable for vegetarians
Microwaveable popcorn with sweeteners
Sweeteners (Isomalt, Sucralose)
Emulsifier (Soya Lecithins)
Free From: Gluten
May Contain: Nuts, Peanuts
No microwave popcorn is going to have the flavour and taste of cinema ‘fresh’ popcorn. That said butterkist sweet microwave popcorn is nice. Sometimes not all of the corn ‘popped’ even when put into the microwave for the recommended period of time but to be fair to Butterkist we have never found a microwave popcorn which does this.
It’s a great snack to have with the kids for a film on the couch but it doesn’t quite beat some chocolate treats as far as we are concerned. It’s fun and the kids will love hearing the popcorn ‘popping’ in the microwave and the show aspect of it. However as a microwave popcorn it’s a good popcorn. It’s not the best popcorn you will ever taste but a film sometimes doesn’t feel the same without some popcorn and therefore it ticks that box.
If you purchase and consume this product then we think you will enjoy it but we would buy other treats first.
Our score: Scrambled Egg!!
The Toyota Prius comes in a number of different models but whichever Toyota Prius you choose, you get a 98bhp 1.8-litre petrol that’s linked to a CVT gearbox and backed up by an electric motor. That doesn’t mean all models give you the same CO2 emissions and fuel economy, though.
The entry-level T3 comes on 15-inch alloys, and so returns 72.4mpg and emits 89g/km of CO2. The T4 and T Spirit trims come with 17-inch alloys, and that’s why they do slightly worse at 70.6mpg and 92g/km, respectively.
That’s one reason why the T3 is the one to go for – the other is that it’s much cheaper than the others, and still comes with all the kit you need.
Alternatively, if you do lots of short journeys, you might want to consider the Plug-in version. It’s significantly more expensive, but sits in a lower tax band, returns 134.5mpg on the combined cycle and can run for over 15 miles on electric-only power.
Across the range, you’ll get a warranty that covers the car for an impressive five years/100,000 miles.
The Prius is not easy to start moving. If you have not read the manual and you expect to just jump in the car and drive away think again. It really can mess with your head.
First of all you have to push the main brake pedal in the and then press an on switch. You actually don’t realise you have started the car because it’s so quiet. Then you have to push down with your left foot on an almost invisible pedal and press the brake at the same time whilst pressing a small ‘parking brake’ button. Even then your not sure if you are ready to engage the gears. Then you have to flick a badly designed gear stick to the ‘D’ position and then and only then are you ready to move off. This car certainly shouldn’t be used as a getaway car.
The ride is most underwhelming with little to no noise to make you feel like your actually driving a car and the acceleration is slow to engage when you push the ‘pedal to the metal’. The view through the rear window is ridiculous. The rear view is obscured and rear window very badly designed.
The interior is not well designed. It’s not a pleasant or comfortable cabin to sit in. The stereo system is not bad though.
The price range for this car is approximately £20,00-£30,000. There are better cars out there for this price. However the ‘green’ credentials are excellent 49-92g/kg CO2. If it’s a low emission vehicle you want then this is not a bad choice as the figures speak for themselves.
That said we wont be rushing out to buy this car in a hurry.
Our Verdict: Bad Egg!!
Heart notes: ginger, green pepper, gardenia, violet andsage.
Base notes: labdanum, sandalwood, musk, guaiac wood,vetiver and incense.