Tesco Finest Devonshire Style Fudge Yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... sometimes, can't they?). At over 250 calories per pot it's not really for the dieters among us, and if you don't like rich ... more
by - written on 18/10/09, updated on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I'm a little paranoid about not getting enough calcium in my diet (I hardly have any milk in tea and coffee, and don't tend to drink it on its own either), so I always make a point of making sure I eat plenty of dairy products. Unfortunately, I'm not mad on traditional yoghurts, which is a shame as having a pot as part of my breakfast every day would be an ideal way to up my calcium intake. A couple of years ago, however, I saw a special offer on Tesco Finest yoghurts and noticed that they had some very tempting-looking flavours in the range. I decided to give them a go, and have never looked back! Like all the yoghurts in this range, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I don't eat many yogurts but every now and then I buy a few of the dear ones so when I saw Tesco Finest yogurts are on special offer 6 for £3.00 I treated myself to a selection of them because they cost 60p each so you're saving quite a bit. I've wanted to try this Fudge one for ages but never have so it was the first one I picked up and I'm glad I did because it's the best yogurt I've ever had. It's thick and very creamy, the colour of it is a rich toffee colour and it just looks proper appetising. It doesn't smell as sweet as I hoped it would but I can smell the toffee in it even though it just smells like yogurt underneath like any other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Review of Tesco Finest Devonshire Style Fudge Yogurt Tesco introduced their 'Finest' range at around the same time as other supermarkets also produced superior own brand goods. This yogurt is part of the range and includes foods, drinks and other items. My partner and I decided to treat ourselves to a couple of these yogurts on impulse and I felt that they are worthy of a review! **The product** Packaging, Taste, Texture and Appearance A luxurious combination of yogurt and whipped cream, blended with pieces of chewy Devonshire style fudge. The yogurt is presented in a recyclable cardboard oval pot with a foil peel off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I am not usually much of a yoghurty person, more a chocolately/fudge type but when I saw this yoghurt, I just had to have it. The pot looks absolutely gorgeous! It has the classic black and silver labelling of tesco finest products and then an image of big, yummy looking chunks of fudge. The yoghurt is fudge favoured with little chunks of fudge in it which I thought sounded very appealling indeed. When I peeled off the lid, I wasn't disappointed by the look and smell of it. It looked very thick and creamy, there was no runny wateryness on the top of it like you get with some yoghurts and the smell hit your straight away! It smelt like you had just opened a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/08, updated on 06/05/08 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Tesco Finest Devonshire Style Fudge Yoghurt This is AMAZING!! I like yoghurt but not my most favourite food but this is just great. My mouth is watering thinking about it. I would have this yoghurt instead of a desert (even chocolate) anytime! The yoghurt comes in an attractive expensive looking silver carboard pot with an easy peel lid that causes no mess. The product contains only the finest ingredients and you can tell by the taste. This is the creamiest, smoothest yoghurt I have ever tasted and is packed full of small fudge pieces. The sweet subtle smell of fudge meets you when you peel the lid back. The last purchase I madecwas ... Read the complete review
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