Fox's Millionaire's Shortcake Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Description:Brand: Fox's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... Shortbread does go some way to living up to the expectations the product name suggests. Each packet is 150g in weight and the ... more
by - written on 16/08/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Needing something nice to keep me going through the long weekend at work last weekend, I went completely against any idea of trying to save money and bought the first thing on the shelves in the biscuit aisle that caught my eye. I am a massive fan of anything that resembles a combination of caramel, chocolate and shortcake, so these Millionaire shortcake biscuits leapt straight into my basket. They give off an impression that they are very posh biscuits due to the name, and the packaging teases you with a small snippet of what you might expect to find inside. The picture on the packet shows some nice rippled chocolate with a thick layer of caramel, all sitting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/09 (Very useful, 195 readings)
My fiancé's Mum bought these Fox's Millionaire's Shortcakes at the same time as she bought the Shortcake Rounds, as they were on special offer at Tesco's. These biscuits are based on the classic Millionaire's Shortbread, which is a fairly thick shortbread base, covered in caramel and chocolate. These shortcakes are basically a much smaller and thinner version. I find the normal Millionaire's Shortbread can be quite sickly as there can be too much caramel and the shortbread base is normally pretty disappointing. These shortcakes are a much more manageable for the mouth in terms of both size and taste. The caramel is quite runny, but not in a bad way, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
We bought these from Tescos today as instead of £1.38 they are currently on offer for just £1 (offer valid until 25th August). I had read reviews on here saying they were quite small but at that price I thought it didn't really matter. The packaging is deep brown with an orange band. There is a picture of the product on the front and the Fox's logo is on the upper left hand corner. I think there were 8 biscuits in the pack and the pack weighs 150g. Upon opening the packet I agree with fellow Dooyooers that they are rather small in size, maybe 4cms long and about 3cms wide. The chocolate at the top has engraved lines and the biscuits are seperated into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/09, updated on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
FOX'S CHOCOLATEY MILLIONAIRES SHORTCAKE. Lovely chocolatey biscuits. The Package ********** Comes in a 150g sized packet and they have orange coloured wrapping, with a tray inside with fifteen biscuits, three in each section, have a picture of these lovely biscuits on the wrapping. Calories : 78. Sugar 7.6g. Fat4.1g. Saturates 4.1g. Salt Just a Trace. They really are nice biscuits, i paid £1.29p from Sainsbury's and they are a real treat. They have on the top, a thick chocolate with lines on it, and the chocolate slightly overhangs the edging of these biscuits, so you can bite it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Useful, 43 readings)
If you are going to associate your product with the millionaire lifestyle or at least suggest they are of that sort of quality then you sort of expect something a bit special and to be honest Fox's Millionaire's Shortbread does go some way to living up to the expectations the product name suggests. Each packet is 150g in weight and the pack I bought cost £1.19 but were on special offer of 10p off. For your money you get 15 biscuits. The top layerof these biscuits is nice thick, rippled milk chocolate and this sits on top of a thin laer of caramel which is golden in colour and has a nice creamy smooth taste and then finlly you have a shortbread iscuit ... Read the complete review
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