Asda Cheese Thins Reviews
Newest Review: ... break easily. I had unwittingly trashed a packet on the journey home from the supermarket - moral of the story is to pack ... more
Customer Asda Cheese Thins Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
With these bicuits / crackers, you get no surprises and to use a cliche, they do what they say on the tin. They are cheesy, and thin! Its the thinness that causes a problem for me - the biscuits are very delicate and break easily. I had unwittingly trashed a packet on the journey home from the supermarket - moral of the story is to pack them wisely when bought. Also, I trashed a few more of the biscuits when opening the packet. My sausage fingers had difficulty peeling off the thin tab of plastic that is situated a few biscuits down from the top of the pack, which resulted in some more biscuits being reduced to crumbs. Good points - if your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
This is Asda's version of McVities Cheddars, but a good bit cheaper. You get these in Asda in the Biscuit aisle. The pack is 150g and these cost me 46p. The packaging is alright. It is a light blue colour and since the other Cheese related products are yellow or light orange, then these stick out on the shelf. There is the obligatory picture on the front of the Biscuits and they look alright. The pack fits the Biscuits alright, and it is one of those annoying packs where you rip open with the little tab. This makes them easy to open, but I always find the tab opens these about 6 Biscuits in, so I feel like I either have to eat all the Biscuits to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/07 (Very useful, 180 readings)
BACKGROUND One of my biggest vices has to be biscuits. If I’m sitting down with a drink or cooking food, I always seem to end up with my hand in the biscuit tin. I’m particularly fond of cheese biscuits, but find that branded ones are quite expensive. On one of my frequent visits to Asda’s, I went on a mission to find a cheaper alternative. PRODUCT The biscuits that I found and decided to test are made by Asda and are called ‘Cheese Thins’. They are only available in one size of packet – namely 150g and they set me back 47 pence. PACKAGING The packaging makes these look quite appealing, as ... Read the complete review
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