Jacob's Twiglets Reviews
Product Type: Jacob's Snacks
Description:Type: Snacks / 45g. Manufacturer: Jacob's. Snacks.
Newest Review: ... extract, but it all tastes the same to me. So bottom line - if you hate Marmite, your'e going to hate Twiglets. If you like ... more
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by - written on 17/04/08 (Useful, 55 readings)
Twiglets are brown and knobbly snacks shaped like twigs. They come in a black and blue bag with a red swirl on and I think they taste a lot like Marmite. I like marmite and twiglets, but if you hate marmite you'll probably hate these. They cost 50p a bag in my corner shop which is about the same price as crisps and although the bag is smaller I think they're quite filling and therefore a fair price. You can buy them in multipacks. They're really crunchy and they stick in your teeth a bit but they're satisfying to eat and I have them quite a lot. I don't think they come in any flavours other than sort of bitter marmite but that's okay because the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/11 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I've never been a big fan of crisps but I do like Twiglets (or loglets as we call them in our house!) These knobbly little savoury snacks were first made in 1929 making them over 80 years old. As far back as I can remember Twiglets have made an appearance at every Christmas, birthday party or family occasion we have ever had. Twiglets are little whole-wheat knobbly sticks, designed to look like twigs I assume, that have a sticky marmite flavour coating on them. They don't feel at all greasy like crisps can. They can be bought in tubs or various size packets. The packets are mainly black with Twiglets written in a red circle. They are made by Jacobs and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I very rarely eat these and never buy them for myself but whenever I come across someone else who has a pack, I find that I can't stop eating them. Twiglets are knobbly shaped and very crunchy wholegrain twig sticks and the shape is kind of appealing as they're different to anything else and quite fun to eat. The sticks are coated in a zingy dark coloured sticky sauce which is what gives them their delicious flavour. The coating tastes extremely like Marmite so any Marmite haters probably won't like these. The pack doesn't say anything about them containing Marmite but they use yeast extract which is where Marmite comes from and this flavour is the reason I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I love Twiglets but it's one of them things that I don't have that often except if I'm in the pub down the road because they sell them. Last week though my mum brought some of the tubs from Morrisons because they were on special offer and I munched some last night and finished the tub with my mate today. Twiglets look like little twigs and taste a bit like Marmite. They are crunchy and you can taste the wholewheat in them, I don't think the Marmite taste is very strong but I like Marmite. My dad hates it and says that Twiglets are loads too strong for him. I love them though. The taste of them are mega salty and they make your hands dead sticky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 346 readings)
This is another product that I have grown up with, my parents would buy these at Christmas time and they would always be the snacks we would have in the evening and Boxing Day. They still bring these out at Christmas time in big tubs although you can buy them all year round in big packets and multi packets. ***How they taste*** Twiglets are great if you are on a diet, they are a low calorie snack that is both satisfying and tasty. Twiglets are knobbly and full of flavour and are made of wholegrain and taste very yeasty and can be compared to marmite. So you may either love them or hate them! They are low in calories of around 97 ... Read the complete review
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