Sainsbury's Basic Milk Chocolate Digestives Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... them!). The packet doesn't have an 'easy tear' ribbon on it so unless I want to pick the heat-sealed end apart I use ... more
by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 547 readings)
I always buy Mcvities Chocolate biscuits. Though I sit down and I munch though a packet in one sitting so if I can save a few pence I shall! So when I saw these, I hadn't tried them before and I must admit for 30p I thought hmmm these are gonna be foul! So I bought my usual Mcvities and these thinking my dog would have a treat if I hate them (yes I know choc bad for dogs but they're ok if I remove the chocolate off eh! Packaging.... Simple. Similar to the photo at the top of this review but not quite. For some reason the link here is for what I requested but the photograph is for chocolate digestive bars! No idea why lol White and orange packet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10, updated on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
We have about five thousand packets of these downstairs because my brother likes them a lot and for some bizarre reason takes them for lunch. I'm sure that's very healthy. But I guess they're only 30p so it's not something you can really complain about. For 30p, I think this is a bargain amount of biscuit you get. I don't know how many are actually in there but the packet is about the same size as most other brands you get. The biscuits themselves also look like regular chocolate digestives though I'd say they are a bit smaller, unless other brands have also got a bit smaller, too. I remember digestives used to be massive. However, my family agrees that it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I love biscuits of any kind or brand, and I am not a biscuit snob and so I buy what is sometimes the cheapest and sometimes the well known brands as I am always snacking at work and at home. These biscuits are from Sainsburys lower range of food, the basics range, they are digestives covered in nice milk chocolate and are very tasty, I first tried these last year and bought them ever since. They cost only 33p for a 300g packet and for that price it is a bargain and I must say very good quality, there are around 15 biscuits, maybe more in this pack so they are worth the money. For one biscuit they contain 70 calories, and the packet is in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10, updated on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I am not one for turning my nose up at a bargain or at bargain products, if something seems like exceptionally good value then I say give it a try and that is exactly what I did with these Sainsbury basic range chocolate digestives. It is fair to say that these are not as good as McVities but then at only a fraction of the price I didn't expect them to be but what I do have to say is that they are certainly good enough and so much cheaper that I have stopped buying the much more expensive Mcvities in favour of these. The biscuit is crumbly and melts in the mouth, it is not too sweet and doesn't take away from the chocolate taste, as for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
For 32p a packet these are exellent value for the money. They are good for snacks and for parties, they come in the Sainsburys Basic range and come in orange and white pack. Sainsburys do a good range of products in the lower brand and at a nice price too, they are sometimes good and bad product but it just depends which one you have bought but with these biscuits they are fine in my opinion. The amount of chocolate, which is Milk is enough on the top of the biscuit, some manufacturers do not use alot on the top but these are just the right amount for the money. The biscuits is nice and crumbly and melts in the mouth, when I first ... Read the complete review
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