Asda Smart Price Nice Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... white wrapper with green writing which is typical of the smart price products that Asda offer. **Nice Biscuits** The ... more
by - written on 24/02/10, updated on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Nice Biscuits are a delicious type of popular biscuit that always go exceptionally well with teas, coffees and various other heated dairy beverages. Ideal for dunking and for gnawing on seperately, they are hugely popular the UK wide. Essentially a sandwich of biscuit and cream, they have a definitely disctinctive coconut taste, what with coconuts being a minor ingredient in the biscuits. They never seem to go stale, and the packaging is excellent, particularly in the Asda Price variety which I am specifically talking about at the moment. They are aesthetically pleasing with a nice design on the biccies themselves, and are much cheaper than branded ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
These Nice biscuits are the business, they're only 30p for a 200g pack and are just as good as any other Nice biscuits! My mum always buys a couple of packs when we go to Asda because it's a cheap way of keeping the biscuit tin full and we all like them anyway. They smell of coconut and sugar as soon as you open the pack and look nice too, there are hardly ever any broken in the pack and when there are they're the end few and that doesn't matter! lol The biscuits are nice and crunchy, there's quite a bit of sugar on top of the biscuits and that makes them nice and sweet as soon as you bite into them. They're not majorly dry but aren't exactly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09, updated on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
While doing a shop in Asda recently I decided to buy some of their Smart Price biscuits to try. I refuse to spend a fortune on biscuits as I don't eat them much myself, although when they visit for the weekend my granddaughter's can munch their way through several packets. It's not a cost issue, not really as I would happily spend whatever it takes to keep the girls' happy - but my reasoning is that generally a biscuit is a biscuit so why spend £1 a packet when I can get the same thing (albeit in cheaper packaging) for much less. Nice biscuits are a perfect example. My local corner shop sells packets for 89p, I forget the brand now but it's something like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I bought a packet of these biscuits after reading a review on here and have been pleasantly surprised by how good these taste. The packaging is very basic but for 32p I wasn't expecting a lovely looking packet. There was only one size available and for 32p you got 200g of biscuit. These biscuits are quite thin and are rectangular in shape. They have the word NICE imprinted on it and a scattering of sugar on top. These are very easy to bite into and crumble in your mouth. You can't see them but these also contain a scattering of dessicated coconut which I think improves the taste of these biscuits. The coconut taste is not obvious at first ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09, updated on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
"Nice" are one of the more basic variety of biscuits, simply one white biscuit slice with 'nice' written on the top, and coated with sugar crystals. they are generally eaten alongside tea and coffee. In this case, they are not suited to be 'dunked,' as they break incredibly easy when wet. At ASDA, you'll usually pay around 30p a packet, as opposed to the extortionate One pound you can expect at any convenience shop. This is a product definitely worth buying from ASDA, as there is absolutely no discernible difference in quality whatsoever, with it being such a basic product. The only drawback here is of course, the unattractive packaging, which ... Read the complete review
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