Bourbon Biscuits Reviews
Description:Type: Biscuits / The Bourbon biscuit is a sandwich biscuit consisting of two thin rectangular dark chocolate biscuits with a chocolate fondant filling. The Bourbon was introduced in 1910 (originally under the name Creola) by the Bermondsey biscuit company ... more
Bourbon Biscuits ... Peek Freans, originator of the Garibaldi biscuit. It is apparently named after the House of Bourbon, an aristocratic French and Spanish family. It is similar in construction to the circular Oreo and the slightly smaller custard cream.
Newest Review: ... Bourbon biscuits. According to an article I read, "The biscuit was introduced in 1910 (originally under the name ... more
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by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 195 readings)
I was excited to discover this week that Morrisons Bourbon biscuits are animal product free! Since turning vegan I've been missing biscuits and until now had been stuck with the not very exciting Value Rich Tea biscuits so this is a big improvement. I've not yet looked at other brands ingredients so you might find that not all are suitable. Morrisons Bourbons come in a 300g pack which contains 24 biscuits. At 44p this works out as just under 2p per biscuit- great value! The packaging is a chocolate brown colour with a picture of the some bourbons on the front so you know exactly what you're buying. There's also a panel of nutritional information which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/10, updated on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Bourbon Biscuits Are a favourite in my house , they are the first biscuits i decant from the packet to the barrel and they are the first biscuits to leave it everyone in my house love a Bourbon not only as an compliment to milk or a simple cup of Tetley tea but also used in an easy recipe. I have taken to using the Asda Bourbons priced at 23p basically because they are a cheap alternative to some of the expensive ones on the market and because they taste just as good and i can get more for my money. The Asda smart price ones are admittedly high in calories per 100 grams but if you are like me and can not stick to a diet then you may as well put a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
==BOURBON== My brother is perhaps the biggest _bourbon_ biscuit fan in the whole world. This, fortunately or unfortunately means that there are pretty much always these variety of biscuits in our cupboards and biscuit tins. I can't say I'm the biggest fan of these biscuits, and there are definitely other chocolate biscuits I'd rather have, however on the occasion I do have one, or two, or three of these little biscuits I have found it to be an all round enjoyable experience. ===What are they?=== What are the species that are known as bourbon biscuits. Well let me en-lighten you. The bourbon biscuit was first introduced in 1910 by the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
I think Bourbon biscuits are the most popular biscuits around. Everyone has had them at some point in their lives. I cannot remember a time i didnt buy these. Even as i write this review i am eating one. So what are bourbons ? Bourbon's are basically a chocolate biscuit. Two thin rectangular layers of biscuit with chocolate cream filling in the middle, together this makes such a lovely, crunchy, tasty biscuit. I don't find these biscuits to sweet, and they have a lovely texture. Every brand of these Bourbons are lovely but I particularly like and get my Bourbon's from Tesco. Packaging The Tesco bourbons come in a brown packaging with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Mmmm Bourbon biscuits!! A love affair since childhood, they are the one biscuit nearly always to be found in my possession. Whether it's at home lurking near the kettle, waiting for the next cup of coffee to be made, or for me just to grab a couple as a treat for managing to put the washing on or wash a plate up. Or to be grabbed hastily to supress my sons tearful cries of 'NINNER' (that's dinner by the way and is used to refer to all foods, and drinks, and anything that may possibly be confused with food) while I try to throw together some actual food for him. Or even stuffed in my locker at work, where there is a pack right now. My little treats to see me ... Read the complete review
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