Asda Extra Special Lemon Curd Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... scheme is purple. On the lid and on the side of the pot we are told that it is Asda 'Extra Special' Lemon Curd West Country ... more
by - written on 23/10/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I love yogurt and I love unusual flavours so when I spotted this it was right up my street so to speak! Now living in the West Country and loving the produce here, when I spotted these particular yogurts of which are on sale at the moment as they are part of the 'Extra Special' range which Asda are knocking off 25% off the usual price of I couldn't wait to try them out and I seriously love lemon curd too so I delighted at this find! The Packaging: 150g of the yogurt comes in cardboard round pot that has a peel off plastic lid to the top of it and the colour scheme is purple. On the lid and on the side of the pot we are told that it is Asda 'Extra ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I decided to try the Asda Extra Special lemon Curd Yoghurt after seeing the extra special yoghurts on offer in Asda for 4 for £1. I have previously bought the Sainsbury's version of this and absoultely loved it but as I don't go there very often and they don't keep for long thought I would give this a go. The packagaing has changed from the image above and now comes in a white pot with the extra special logo on it and pieces of lemon rind. The yoghurt its made with West Country milk hence the extra special bit. When you open the lid of the yoghurt you are hit with by the smell of lemons, so good start, and when you put in the spoon you find it to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
In Asda recently I was a little annoyed to find that as they had their Muller yogurts on special offer there were none left, I like a substantial yogurt and find the small pots of thin supermarket yogurt just don't have the same appeal. I started browsing their Extra Special range as I've been impressed with these yogurts in the past and immediately spotted this Lemon Curd variety which jumped straight into my basket as I love the flavour of lemon curd. The tub is nice, it's made of a stiff card with an easily removed foil lid. The tub makes eating this yogurt seem much more decadent than munching out of a basic plastic Ski pot! The yogurt smells ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/08 (Very useful, 390 readings)
The Lemon Curd flavoured yoghurt is from Asda`s own label Extra Special Range so when I bought it I was hoping to taste something Extra special. Most supermarkets seem to adopt a premium range these days and with the massive price hikes reflected in our weekly shopping bills no-one would like to think that they were going to pay more for a run of the mill product. The Extra Special range yoghurt's are packaged differently for a start, no plastic carton for this premium dessert. A thick circular cardboard tub with zesty lemon halves adorning it, on the plastic pull back lid it tells you that the yoghurt has come from the West Country and also that it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The extra special range in Asda can be quite good and some of their products are very, very good and this lemon curd yogurt is one of them, ok if you do not like lemon curd then you won't like this but if you do like lemon curd then you really should give these a try. Right from the stiff card tub through to the quality yogurt inside it this oozes class and it is a lot thicker creamier and much more substantial than the thin watery yogurts we all tend to put up with. The yogurt smells very lemony and has a real sweet sugary scent also, some people like bits in their yogurt and others prefer smooth, I really do not mind which I have and although I ... Read the complete review
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