Bolands Custard Creams Reviews
Product Type: Bolands Snacks
Newest Review: ... difficult to put the words vulgar and custard cream in the same sentence! Bolands have wrapped them up nicely in a green ... more
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Bolands Custard creams are a product of O`Kane Irish Foods. The Jacob`s/Bolands biscuit range include the famous Kimberley, Mikado and the Coconut cream. I think that most us have had a packet of Custard creams in our biccie tin at one time or another, they are among the nations favourite biscuit. There are so many biscuits to choose from nowadays, the supermarket shelves are packed with choice and new varieties are being introduced every day. But im sure that many of us always turn to what we know, the old favourites. The Custard cream is quite an attractive little biscuit, two plain biscuit squares decorated with baroque style swirls ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/08, updated on 14/11/08 (Useful, 69 readings)
Well, what do the Irish know about making biscuits I thought as I reluctantly bust open a pack of Bolands Custard Creams. More than I though was possible it would imagine! The custard cream has long been a popular biscuit barrel filler. A classic everyday biscuit for dunking in a cup of tea. Rather strangely, in common with other custard creams, they don't taste of cream, but rather of vanilla. Bolands make a whole range of biscuit treats alongside the custard creams and can be purchased from any Irish food retailer, of which there are many in large cities. Bolands custard creams follow the same format as any others. A cream filled ... Read the complete review
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