Fox's Triple Bars Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... really like these bars and have been buying them weekly since i first tried them. The only fault I can find is that they are ... more
by - written on 17/04/08 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I must confess I had never really noticed these delights before, but last year we were doing a what's your favourite questions and answer session at work and one of my colleagues said that this was her favourite biscuit. I'd never really experienced the biscuit before, and so couldn't agree or disagree with her on this. However, the next day she brought me one in and I was hooked. So much so that when I was in Tesco's the next day, I saw them smiling at me on the shelf. How could I refuse when they were only 98p for 12 biscuits. ******* OK So who makes them? ******** Triple bars are made by Fox's biscuits who have been making biscuits in various ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Fox's are renowned for making good biscuits and these Fox's Triple bars are no exception. They are a triple combination of two crunchy oat biscuits with a center that is full of chocolate. They come in packs of 10 and cost £1.10 I really like these bars and have been buying them weekly since i first tried them. The only fault I can find is that they are very moreish! But that is a pro rather than a con really! They are fairly healthy meaning they are a treat that you don't have to feel guilty about. They are also quite high in fibre. They are only 96 calories which is not bad for a biscuit bar and only have 4.7g of fat. They have a very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I've always been a fan of these. With them comes "that" taste that you only get with certain biscuits, and very rarely. After reading the ingredients I have come to the conclusion that "the" taste I speak of is achieved by combining oats with coconut. I knew I could taste coconut but wasn't too sure, I couldn't quite put my finger on it. All I knew was that these little Triple bars are one tasty little biscuit. The biscuits are very oaty which is something I like about them and they are also quite sweet tasting. Manufactured by Fox's, a very well-known and long-standing household name, a bar consists of two crumbly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 336 readings)
I just love the way that the character on the TV advert for Fox's Biscuits says "Fox's Bwisquits!" We now use this pronunciation in our house whenever biscuits are mentioned. Of course, really it should only be used when Fox's are being offered. On offer in Tesco last week were the lovely Triple Bars. A pack of 10 only cost 49p (usually 99p) a real bargain, so I scooped up several packs to go in the jar I have containing bwisquits for packed lunches and picnics. The Company...... Fox's Biscuits was founded in Victorian Yorkshire, in 1853 by Michael Spedding, who opened a confectionery shop in the centre of of a small town ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Fox's triple biscuit is a layer of smooth milk chocolate layer sandwiched between two oaty biscuits, all individually wrapped, when you buy a fox's biscuit you just know you're getting a quality product. Each individual biscuit contains 100 calories; the oaty layers have a rippled texture to them, each individually wrapped in its own distinctive red wrapper, the biscuits have more of an oaty taste with a hint of coconut to them rather than chocolate, which is a nice change for a biscuit bar as its usually the other way around, the milk chocolate layer which is neatly sandwiched between the oaty biscuits, tastes very nice but does not over power the biscuit ... Read the complete review
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