Dorset Cereals Berries & Cherries Reviews
Product Type: Dorset Cereals Breakfast
Description:Brand: Dorset Cereals / Type: Cereal / Berries and Cherries is a tangy mix of berries including raspberries, ... more
Dorset Cereals Berries & Cherries ... blackcurrants, cranberries, blueberries & cherries with chilean flame raisins, sultanas & cereals. Ingredients: Raisins (including chilean flame raisins)(30%) sultanas (16%), blackcurrant flavour barley flakes (barley, sugar, blackcurrant flavouring, fruit and vegetable concentrate (blackcurrant, black carrot), vegetable oil), oat flakes, wheat flakes, toasted and malted wheat flakes (wheat, malt), barley flakes, sweetened dried cranberries (1.5%) (sugar, cranberries, sunflower oil), sweetened dried blueberries (1%) (blueberries, sugar, vegetable oil), freeze dried cherries (0.5%), freeze dried blackcurrants (0.5%), freeze dried raspberries (0.5%).
Newest Review: ... is completely removed from most people's view of a muesli based cereal. According to the packaging it contains 50% fruit and ... more
Price Comparison for Dorset Cereals Berries & Cherries
THREE PACKS of Dorset Cereals Berries &Cherries Muesli 800g
THREE PACKS of Dorset Cereals Berries & Cherries Muesli 800g
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
by - written on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
We get through stacks and stacks of breakfast cereal in my house. My two girls go through phases where they just want one variety and will eat it until they bored and then move on to the next and my husband can put away nearly half a bow in one bowl. I seem to spend a fortune on the stuff and therefore I don't often feel justified in buying myself the cereals I would love to try. I normally order my shopping online and have it delivered, this has made me much stricter with my purchases and I no longer buy on impulse but every now and then I am not organised and have to venture into the store. It is on these occasions that my bank account really feels the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
When my 77 year old dad asked me if I had tried Dorset Cereals I was amazed! Dad has lived his entire life on a bowl of cornflakes which he eats religiously with a dose of The Daily Telegraph! Day in day out this has been his breakfast for all of his life that is until he went to a hotel in the West Country and tried Dorset Cereals Berries and Cherries. I am a lover of breakfast cereals and so is my husband and I had an exploding cereal cupboard mostly filled with different products I had bought to try. This was until I discovered Liz's Granola which I reviewed a few weeks ago. This has become my top favourite and had reduced the number of "let's try it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/08 (Useful, 71 readings)
Dorset cereals have always been a favourite of mine though always priced at the "premium" end of the market so I tend to look out for them when they are on some kind of special offer. Berries and cherries however is the exception and I will stock up on boxes of it whenever I can whatever the price. Dorset cereals are very generous with the fruit content (50%) and it really makes a difference to the taste. Some of the flakes have also been flavoured with blackcurrant juice which you can certainly taste. This is a cereal that is great to wake up to but works equally well as a healthy snack after work of the gym. The mixture of natural sugar in the fruit and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/12 (Useful, 64 readings)
Dorset cereals has long been associated with the very high end of breakfast. Boasting across its range and a variety of different grain and berries. It's the sort of cereal that you feel guilty for using when you visit a friend's house because of the perceived cost, but is it any good? The 'Berries & Cherries' is completely removed from most people's view of a muesli based cereal. According to the packaging it contains 50% fruit and having eaten it I can well believe it. It contains large chunks of eight different types of berries (including Rasberrys, blackcurrants and Chilean flame raisins which I have never knowingly had before). While some of the ... Read the complete review
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