McVities Classic Rich Tea Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Description:Brand: Mc Vitie's / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... All biscuits are high in calories in my opinion, that is why they taste so good! The McVities Rich Tea biscuits are ... more
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by - written on 20/04/08 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Having recently had a blip of health consciousness (lasted for all of 2 weeks- including several tesco visits) I knew that I should give up my beloved biscuits, namely plain chocolate digestives--- but i just couldn't. And then, down the aisle, I discovered McVitie's Rich Tea Lights! Now rich teas have always been my favourite biscuit. Crunchy, sweet, but not heavy. And what goes better with a cup of tea? So I immediately flipped over to the nutritional info. Each biscuit contains a mere 36 calories (as opposed to say, 80 in a digestive), no hydrogenated vegetable oil and less that 1g of fat! I was delighted. And did I mention that it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I absolutely love dunking biscuits into a hot cup of tea and indulge in this pastime several times a week. For this reason, I usually purchase a variety of 'plain' biscuits (that is, biscuits without any chocolate) to give me a choice of dunkers. One range of biscuits that I buy from quite regularly is the McVities brand, which is a fairly premium brand in my opinion. They have a variety of snacks and biscuits on the market which can be found in all good grocery stores and supermarkets such as Tesco and Asda. One of my favourite biscuits from this brand is the Rich Tea Classic, which are round shaped kind of malted biscuits that are ideal for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Rich Tea biscuits to me will always be grouped together with Digestive ones as they are both quite plain with may be just a slight subtle sweet taste. The company McVities manufacture a very good quality Rich Tea biscuit which is on the shelves in a blue wrapper as opposed to the Digestive which is found in red. I suppose compared to some of the fancy and luxurious biscuits and cookies on offer in today's market then these are fairly ordinary and may be a bit dull but when taken with a mug of tea or a glass of milk they come in to their own and complement each other fantastically. You will often find these on plates at coffee mornings and other such events ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
As a vegetarian, I am often a little restricted on what sweet treats I am able to enjoy due to products containing colourings and other animal derived products but McVities Rich Tea biscuits are a timeless snack that I have always enjoyed. Some people put jam, Nutella, peanut butter and icing on these biscuits as I remember doing when I was a child but I prefer them plain now I am a bit older. :) WHERE TO BUY THEM, WHAT YOU GET AND COST. My packet of biscuits came from Sainsburys and cost around 80p for 300 grams which in my opinion for such a versatile, delicious biscuit is very reasonable! I received around 20 biscuits for for this price. You can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I used to hate these Biscuits as I thought they were so boring. The only way to liven them up used to be spread 1 with Butter and sandwich 1 of them on top of the other, but I hadn't done that in years. Again it was at the inlaws that I had 1 of these, since you wouldn't have found them in our house. Good way to do Dooyoo reviews, go to their house and eat all their Biscuits! These come in only a 300g pack I think and cost around 80p. You get about 18 in the pack. The Biscuits are quite thin, so that's how you get a few in the pack. When the pack is opened you can smell the Tea scent and it doesn't smell that strong, just nice. These ... Read the complete review
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