McVities Digestives (no chocolate) Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Chocolate
Description:Brand: Mc Vitie's
Newest Review: ... on a daily basis, however, I find that these are rather filling, so a few of these round biscuits should be enough for one ... more
by - written on 06/11/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I do love a biccy with my hot cuppa and I find that biscuits without chocolate are often preferable, especially when I have a hot cuppa in the morning and I feel my sweet tooth has not quite 'woken up'! My husband recently brought in a couple of packets of biscuits, one of which was a 300g packet of Digestives from the well known McVities brand. The packaging is fairly uninspiring, I must admit. Comprising of a red-coloured package, the usual McVities branding appears along the top of the package in the usual colours of blue and yellow. It is fair to say that the package has a slightly 'retro' look to it, but I feel it is quite eye-catching ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/10, updated on 03/01/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
When I was back at work recently for a few weeks I was delighted to see the "team" I work in had commandeered an old Roses chocolates tin and were using it as the unofficial 'Team Biscuit Tin'. I was even more pleased to see the home of this tin was the edge of my desk! Easy biscuit access- just the thing you need when you are stressing about a work item or trying to fill a hunger gap before lunch or in the afternoon. On the whole I found the tin managed to keep itself generally well stocked with biscuits. McVities Digestives were a popular feature. I had not bought or eaten Digestive biscuits since I was about 10, but I knew I liked them so was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
There's not much that's better in life than a nice cup of tea and a few biscuits. Mcvities Digestives are a biscuit that I often regard as somewhat boring. No chocolate, there's nothing really that interesting about them really is there? And there are a lot of fancier biscuits out there on the market. I go through long spells of not eating these, but everytime I do have one, I wonder why I stopped eating them in the first place. These are one meaty biscuit if you ask me. Each biscuit is quite large, so annoyingly I have to bite a bit off to dip them in my mug but I'm willing to overlook this on the grounds that they taste so nice. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I love biccies and the other day when my house mate came home with these I was delighted as I have to admit that out of all the biscuits I've ever tried I'm rather faithful to a plain old digestive one's and in a weird way find them rather comforting! The Packaging: Red, dark blue and bright yellow cylinder shaped and plastic. On two sides of the packet I'm told what they are and who they are by of course and shown a picture on the biscuits. Other information given on the pack includes the size of the pack being stated, ingredients are listed, a full nutritional chart is shown and contact details for Mcvities are stated. Nice enough easy to open ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I used to think digestive biscuits were the blandest thing known to humankind. I much preferred Rich Tea. When I was a kid, my granny, you see, would always give us Rich Tea with apple and strawberry jam when we visited. Absolutely delicious! On the other hand, there was a family friend who we used to visit and the only biscuits she ever seemed to offer her guests were plain digestives. Compared to my granny's rich tea, these were awful. As you get older, your mum no longer drags you round to her friends' houses as often, but one day as a teenager, I offered, well, was roped into going to this lady's house to tidy up her ... Read the complete review
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