I hope that you, or at least some of you, are feeling a little festive! If you are anything like me, you can now let out all that pent up Christmas cheer that was building and building through November in the knowledge that December 1st really isn’t too early for any Christmas celebrations!
Xmas Pud is a pre blended pouch, not a flavour system and we are selling individual bags - 7000 kcal. They cost £28 for one, this is due to the shipping of a single pouch. However, if you order two, you get the normal price of £45 (as opposed to £56) and so on.
You can get the pouch for £23 too! If you ‘checkout’ with any Original/GF Huel in your basket, or your basket equals £40 or more. A pop up will appear offering you the pouch for £5 off!
We can’t incorporate this into subscriptions.
There isn’t a way to get one of each Vanilla and Xmas Pud, if you want this then reply to your order confirmation before 3pm and we should be able to sort this out.
I’m a huge Christmas Pudding fan and a big Huel fan but I’m not sure what to think about this. It could be delicious and be a festive treat for a week or two. Alternatively, that’s quite a large amount if the flavour misses the target.
Have you tried it and do you like it?
Is it a strong flavour or one that could be masked with coffee or fruit?
Thank you for your concern for our business prospects! Don’t worry, we have tried it and we blooming love it. I had it for lunch today. I’m not a fan of Christmas Pudding but this is great. I think it taste a lot like mince pies too, a sort of brandy/spice. I don’t think it is overpowering at all.
I expect you could mask it if you didn’t like it though. Coffee would be a stronger flavour, but could I recommend masking it with whiskey?
I’ve just had my first Christmas Pudding shake of just water and Huel to give it a fair trial. I love it!
The initial smell is a little strange but as soon as you drink some it all makes sense and does indeed have a hint of mince pie taste with a subtle spice/orange flavour that overall leaves an aftertaste very much like Christmas pudding.
I ordered mine yesterday and it arrived this morning in the gap between breakfast and leaving for work. I’d already made Strawberry Huel for lunch so I had a quick sample before I headed out the door Back home from work and I had another batch of Christmas Pud before heading out again to the pub for a pint of WInter Warmer.
It’s time to admit I’m an American ex-pat and that I’ve never had Christmas pudding. I’ve read over some recipes and it seems like the primary flavours would be citrus, nutmeg, and brandy. Is this right? If so, is it the citrus and the nutmeg that are predominant in the Huel?