Marks & Spencer All Butter Cheese Twists Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Snacks
Description:Type: Breads/Cakes / Cheese puff pastry.
Newest Review: ... cheese, but they also have the promise of having no artificial flavours or colourings! Moreover, they actually come all the ... more
by - written on 05/04/10, updated on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
My favourite cheese twists are from M & S. They come in an understated packet (The Co-op one on the outside looks more promising!), however they are mouthwatering cheesey bites. Like the Co-op and the Sainsbury version they contain Gruyere cheese, but they also have the promise of having no artificial flavours or colourings! Moreover, they actually come all the way from France. The most fantastic part is the amount of butter used (29%) which I think is probably what is making them just so delicious! As for packaging, they are foil packed for freshness (I believe the Co-op version is packed in plastic), the instructions say to store in a airtight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 274 readings)
I never normally buy food out of Marks & Spencer, but having seen an empty box of these on the table at work - I had to go to M&S and look for them as just smelling them made me hungry. So I stepped inside M&S in the hunt of these yummy Cheese Twists.. I finally found them close to one of the tills, and nabbed a box as soon as I saw them especially on their two for £1.49 offer... ~*~ How Will I Spot Them? ~*~ The packaging is pretty much as you would expect a medium size box long enough to hold around 15 of these twists at about 15 cm long.. The box itself is resealable so if you can manage to tear yourself away from eating them ... Read the complete review
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