Fox's Chocolate Viennese Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Description:Type: Biscuits / Butter biscuits sandwiched with real milk chocolate.
Newest Review: ... not find many other biscuits of this quality for any price. They are crispy but at the same time have a buttery soft texture ... more
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Fox's Melts Chocolate Viennese Biscuits 150G
Suitable for vegetarians Luxurious buttery biscuits with real cho ...
Last Update 15.03.2014 00:35
by - written on 17/02/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I am quite partial to the odd biscuit or two especially mid-morning at work where we have a biscuit tin and generally take it in turns to buy packets. One brand of biscuits that most people know is Fox's who have been making biscuits since 1853 (according to the packet). When it came around to it being my turn at work to stock up the biscuit tin one of the packs that I purchased was the Fox's melts Viennese Chocolate biscuits. I purchased the fox's Viennese biscuits from Tesco where they were on a special offer for just £1.00 per pack. The usual price is £1.69, to be honest I do not think that I would ever pay this as you actually only get 10 biscuits in each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Not very often do I buy biscuits. The reason for this is that I'm a little piggy and scoff a pack without even thinking, however yesterday I popped to the shops and it was a cold wet day and I got caught in it and so I felt rather sorry for myself and treated myself to a packet of these that were on offer for 69p a packet in my local Co-Op store (usual price about £1.15 a packet). The Packaging: Oblong plastic light brown and purple packet which is easy to open and on the front of it there is a photograph of the biscuits and some milk chocolate and we are told that they are Foxs Melts 'Since 1853' and that they are are 'Viennese Chocolate, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I have a weakness for biscuits I can't deny it and I have always found fox's biscuits exceptionally good quality. It goes without saying, therefore, that when I discovered Fox's Viennese fingers reduced to half price in Morrisons one or two packets happened to just fall into my trolley! Fox's biscuits was established in 1853,with its main plant based in West Yorkshire. Their aim was "To be famous for the most innovative, imaginative and indulgent biscuits" Their range varies from the sophisticated mint chocolate echo, through al manner of tempting cookie variations to the children's favourite iced party rings. Fox's Viennese ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
It's Thursday morning and I'm tired and grumpy, following an emotional showdown the night before with an ex-boyfriend. Last thing a girl needs is to work. However, no duvet day for me; instead I shall have to cheer myself up with biscuits. Typically, the work biscuit tin was empty so I tottered off downstairs to the shop to see what I could find. Wanting something a bit different from the bog-standard digestives or rich teas, my eyes landed on Fox's Viennese Chocolate. Perfect. I hadn't had these for ages, they look classy, they have chocolate and I don't have to share as there is no one else in the office. The packaging is different to that shown ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
We quite often have a packet of these in the cupboard, however they dont tend to last very long! These biscuits are made by Fox's and are found in the biscuit aisle in the supermarket. They are available in 2 varieties: Chocolate Viennese Sandwich and Double Chocolate Viennese Sandwich. This review is on the regular Chocolate Viennese Sandwich as shown in the picture above. The packaging is slightly different to that above and is light brown in colour with a large Fox's melt logo and a good sized picture of the product. These biscuits come in packs of 10 which weighs 150g. They retail at around £1.30 but can often be found for £1 in Tesco. As you can ... Read the complete review
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