Actually, I want to apologize for the delay of this review. I hate to say it, but my first sample was actually 8 weeks ago. I had to run out at night and grabbed a Cookie Dough flavored one on the way out the door. The "problem", if you can call it that, is that these lil' guys are so small, I was done in no time. Since I could barely remember the encounter, I decided to be fair and wait til I could try them a few more times before posting. Well, I've had 2 or 3 of these this week, so now I'm ready.
First off, and I know I stress this every time, but ice cream companies, please hear this: If you can't keep the cone crunchy, don't bother making this kind of snack. In my mind, Nestle is the master of the crunchy cone. Think of it this way: these lil' guys have been in my freezer two months and they're still crunchy!! That's top notch food engineering for you.
Secondly? Boy these are small. They are cute and all (sorry, not sure what other word to use), but at 140 calories, you'll be done in no time. Actually, let me get an exact measurement: 5 inches tall. Or if you don't want to get technical, consider the fact that they weigh less than a serving of Haagen-Dazs or Ben & Jerry's. You will be very tempted for a second ...and maybe a third (though I have controlled myself so far)
Lastly, they maybe small, but they still have that great drumstick taste and the drumstick quality. Wait, that's not fair. These are new flavors we find here in Lil' Drums and I'm glad to see drumstick branching out like this. Good job Nestle.
Nutrition: Cookie Dough 45g: 140 / 60-4.5 / 0 / 1
Nutrition: Fudge Brownie 46g: 130 / 50-4 / (1) / 2