Maryland Cookies, Triple Choc Limited Edition Reviews
Product Type: Burton Snacks
Newest Review: ... branding in bright yellow with red edging. Around this you have a few faded swirls and a picture of the cookies your about to ... more
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Maryland cookies have always been great tasting in my books. So when they released a limited edition triple chocolate packet I couldn't resist. They first thing you notice is the colour of the packet which is lovely brown colour, and as its made out of a foil style material is all shiny. On the packet you have the normal Maryland name branding in bright yellow with red edging. Around this you have a few faded swirls and a picture of the cookies your about to indulge in. The pack contains 14 of these addictive cookies, so bit of a bargain. The packet is a bit annoying though, once open you need to put them in an air tight container or they will go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I bought these on purpose as I was making a chocolate cheesecake and needed a good biscuit to stand alone as it were. Luckily they were on offer at the time and turned out to be about 45p a packet. Usual details on the packet and to be fair not much comment with regards to the packaging although I have to say as its a foil packet you will need to store any remaining biscuits in a tin as they go very stale very quickly otherwise. Right to the biscuit- well they are not refined in any way but you wouldn't expect them to be would you?! Thick discs of chocolate biscuit studded with various choc chips- they look fairly pleasant and almost traditional, bobbly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
After noticing these on offer at Asda, and being badgered by the brats, I relented and bought some to keep the kids at bay! The product I will now review is - "Maryland cookies, limited edition triple choc" My kids have a real weakness for biscuits, not these in particular, but any available to them. I am afraid that this is partly my fault, my kids are so used to having two biscuits with a milkshake or supper that when there are no biscuits in the house they panic! So when I saw these on offer, and they were a real good deal I had to get them. These biscuits come in a foil tube shaped packet, sealed at both ends. This ... Read the complete review
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