Carte d'Or Vanilla Reviews
Product Type: Carte D'or Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Sorbets & Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... stuff, and it's simplicity means thay you can pretty much eat it with anything. This week I was getting together with a ... more
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
It's getting to that time of year when in my view it is imperative to have a tub of ice cream firmly in place in the freezer. While I adore all the wacky flavours of Ben & Jerry's, in reality it is very expensive and if I do buy it, it usually disappears in record time. To try and make us become a little more restraint, I tend normally just to buy good old vanilla ice cream. I do love the stuff, and it's simplicity means thay you can pretty much eat it with anything. This week I was getting together with a group of friends for dinner and to make things easier for all, we each decided to bring a different course. I really got the easy option and landed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I am a huge fan of ice-cream with a particular soft spot for Ben and Jerrys and Haagen Daaz but sometimes my mum buys different things which are on offer at the supermarket which soemtimes includes Carte d'or. Currently, Sainsburys are running an offer of £2.99 on BOGOF which is pretty good and now would be a good chance to try it out. This one, which is I suppose, the mainstay of the brand, is simple as flavours go but sometimes it is the basics of the range that it is most important to get right as if they can't get a Vanilla right then I wouldn't bother trying the speciality flavours. This comes in a 500ml cream coloured tub with a golden lid. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
This is no ordinary ice cream...no no, this is luxury ice cream at its best! I'm normally more of a chocolate ice cream fan, but I was having friends round one evening and opted for the safe bet. Most people like vanilla, so I decided to go for the Carte D'Or one. My friends loved it! We ate the entire tub! The fantastic thing about the Vanilla Carte D'Or ice cream is that it's completely soft scoop. So you don't have to worry about digging away for hours and bending your spoon in half! The ice cream itself is very light and mousse like. It's rich and creamy and is made with Madagascan Vanilla, which is the vanilla capital of the world! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
I don't tend to buy tubs of ice cream very often, but in the run up to Christmas I decided that it would be a good idea to purchase a good quality vanilla ice cream to go with various hot desserts that we had planned for the festive season! I decided on the vanilla ice cream made by Carte D'Or, as this was a brand that I recognised and more importantly it was on offer at Tesco. The packaging looked nice enough, so in the trolley it went! The ice cream comes in a 500g plastic tub, which is clear so that you can see the ice cream inside. The lid has a really nice picture on it (not the one above though). It clearly states that it is made by Carte ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/01, updated on 02/06/01 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Carte D'or is one of the long time standing ice creams, and although it is very expensive, it is indeed a luxurious ice cream for those like me who go for the quality. Vanilla is still the most popular ice cream, it is so versatile and can be served with anything or eaten alone. At any time. This particular Vanilla is the king of vanilla, it is very pale in colour, no bright yellow to dazzle you when you remove the lid, very natural looking and the best bit is. there is real vanilla in it, little flecks can be seen, and these are in fact vanilla pod, which has been ground into it. This adds a whole new experience to the word vanilla. Most ... Read the complete review
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