THE PRIMROSE HILL WEREWOLF REVIEWS MELROSE AND MORGAN

PRIMROSE HILL WEREWOLF

As you would expect, the Primrose Hill Werewolf is quite the gourmet. He took time off from his preparations for Halloween to taste Melrose and Morgan’s sugary offering for the big night of 31st October and was keen to offer his lupine opinions.

“Run, run, as fast as you can, you can’t catch me, I’m the Gingerbread man!”

No one outruns the Primrose Hill Werewolf, however, and once caught, the Melrose and Morgan Gingerbread Man proved to be made of sugar and spice and all things nice, with just the right crumbly texture, reminding the Werewolf of the Lebkuchen biscuits he enjoys on his trips to the dark, dark woods of German folklore.

The Meringue Ghost wore a look of puzzlement as the The Werewolf scooped him up for tasting;  the Werewolf wore a look of wolfish delight as he cheerfully wolfed the ghost.  Seems it was good.

As for the Trick or Treat Bag, the Werewolf was delighted with the sugary frog, the jelly spider and the various chocs and sweets that came in the package. He popped the gummy false teeth in a jar by the bed in his lair for later use.

At £4.95, £2.50 and £5.95 respectively, the Werewolf conceded that these treats are not practical for giving out to trick or treaters at the front door on Tuesday.  However, he highly recommends them for an indulgent splurge.

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© 2017 Joanna Reeves