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I'm Nuts About This Yogurt
Tesco Finest Hazelnut Yoghurt
Member Name: CheekyCharlie08
Tesco Finest Hazelnut Yoghurt
Advantages: Delicious and nutty; Lots of crunchy hazelnut bits
A wicked yogurt from the Tesco Finest range is one I never thought I'd like and only brought it because they are on offer where you get 6 for £3.00 and that's good because they're 60p each so I thought I'd try some flavours I wouldn't usually buy.
The hazelnut yogurt is gorgeous. It's made of 13% whipping cream and is very thick and rich as you eat it, it has a creamy consistancy that makes it more of a desset than a yogurt to me. It's proper nutty all the way through, the yogurt tastes nutty and there are crunchy pieces of hazelnut mixed in with it. The yogurt is that thick that if you give it a good stir before you start eating then you'll get some nuts in every spoon.
I think the hazelnuts are coated in sugar or something because they taste very sweet and have got a bit of a baked sugar texture. They go sooooo good with the smooth nutty yogurt and the hazelnuts aren't gritty like they are in a nut yogurt I got in M&S ages ago because that put me off nutty yogurts for ages.
The yogurt is delish. You can taste the cream in it, it's smooth and has got a rich nutty flavour that is very sweet but is also very natural tasting and the hazelnut pieces taste of nut as well to complete the flavour. Deep inside the yogurt I think there is a faint golden syrup flavour that is an aftertaste for me but my mum couldn't taste it at all so you'll have to look out for it.
I have eaten a few of the Finest yogurts since the offer started and I think this is the most sickly of all of them and I was surprised at that because it seems dead light when you first start eating it, it soon gets very sweet though and I was feeling bloated by the time I got to the end of the pot. That's weird because this one is very rich but doesn't taste as thick or clogging as some of the other flavours so it's weird this is the only one that was a bit too much for me.
THere's 12.2g fat in a pot of the hazelnut yogurt and 240 calories and that's loads for a yogurt but the cream, butter and sugar are the cause of that and you've got to expect it to be a bit lardier than a boring thin fat free yogurt because it's so thick and creamy.
Summary: Another Wicked Tesco Finest Yogurt
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