Paterson's Shortbread Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Paterson's Snacks
Description:Brand: Paterson's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... and product name appear clearly on the front and the fingers are described as 'Delicious, crumbly shortbread now with 80% ... more
by - written on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 239 readings)
I'm quite partial to a shortbread finger but normally opt for the Asda version as I always thought they were much cheaper. However, when shopping last week I noticed the Paterson's version were only 3 pence dearer than their supermarket counterpart and although I'm not one to pay for brands generally I thought for that price difference they might be worth a try. Paterson's have been Scottish bakers since 1885 and a quick look at their website (www.paterson-arran.com) tells me that they started off as a husband and wife team making Scottish oatcakes. Their shortbread claims to maintain traditional values whilst using modern technology to enhance the product. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 194 readings)
I bought a few boxes of these over Christmas as they were on special offer at 99p each - a bargain for delicious, good quality shortbread that's always a winner when it comes to snack food in our house. These are often sold in a 380g box, which is how I bought them. The design is predominantly red, with a dark red/black at the top which gradually lightens. There's a picture of the tempting, buttery shortbread to the right, along with the description that aims to entice you: 'Delicious Scottish melt-in-the-moth shortbread'. How can you resist? Paterson's is a brand I know little about but trust nonetheless when it comes to their shortbread. Having a ... Read the complete review
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