Cadburys Chocolate Rich Tea Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... and always goes straight to their looking for them, and handing me the packet for nanny to open for him. The packet shows a ... more
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I am always on a mission to save a few pennies whilst still being able to treat myself to the things that I enjoy in life so when I saw these Cadburys chocolate rich tea biscuits on offer with 2 packets for £2.00 I promptly snapped some up (for the biscuit barrel you see!). They cost around £1.19 at present for a 300g packet (at most of the big supermarkets) and you will receive about 25-30 biscuits for your money. Each biscuit contains 60 calories and 2.7g of fat so these aren't too bad providing you stick to two or three with your tea rather than eating half the packet which I have been known to do from time to time! These biscuits taste just like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I had never tried Chocolate Rich Tea Biscuits before thes, I don't think I knew you could get them. My favourite Chocolate Biscuit of this type are Chocolate Hob Nobs - yummy. Anyway with the Cadbury's name, I thought they would be worth a try. These cost me £1.24 for a 300g pack. Not the cheapest, but I like to try new foods, so I was gonna buy them anyway. The packaging for these was the standard Biscuit wrapper. The Biscuits were stacked on top of each other, and all wrapped tightly up. There was a rip tab thing to open the Biscuits at the end, but I always wonder why this opens about 5 Biscuits down? Do they expect people to eat a load of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Yesterday an old friend popped in for a cup of coffee and she came bearing gifts. As I was pouring the hot milky coffee into the mugs I heard the carrier bag rattling and a packet of biscuits went thudding onto the kitchen table. The word `Cadbury` was the first thing to catch my eye and I thought that if Ellie had to come and bring her own biscuits then at least she had come along with a decent brand, I can be so shallow at times! One look at the packet and I was feeling mildly miffed, they were rich tea! OK they have a chocolate coating on one side but rich tea are traditionally recognised as good dunking material not a treat or a goody to be enjoyed for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/08 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I really seem to be writing a lot of chocolate biscuit review lately but that's because I just love chocolate biscuits! They're a mixture of two of my favourite foods, chocolate and biscuits. Cadburys Chocolate Rich Tea biscuits are one of my favourites. Cadburys are very well known for making the best quality chocolate in the U.K and it makes sense therefore that their chocolate biscuits would be good. As soon as I saw these I just had too give them a try. I bought a 300g packet for £1.35 from Tesco which wasn't the cheapest seeing as the Tesco Value ones only cost £0.27 for the same amount. That's a big difference so if you're trying to save money or buying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
This is a snack that I tend to induldge in on a weekend and can very easily get through two packs over the weekend. I am suprised that I am not half the size of a house to be honest. The pack This is a long pack that is purple in colour with a blue flash accross the front. It has a big cadbury sign on the front so that you can see the brand that you are buying. It also has a picture of the front and the back of the biscuit and a price lable on the end that states £1.45. On the blue coloured flash it has the words rich tea and the c in rich is in the shape of a heart which I think is very eye catching and makes me feel like the cadbury brand ... Read the complete review
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