Sainsbury's Basics Cinema Style Sweet popcorn Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Popcorn
Newest Review: ... it's consumtion a participation sport - try having a contest to see who can throw the most pieces into somebody else's mouth. ... more
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Intro ------ Last night we all decided that a film night would be a great idea after a few very expensive (and heavy) nights out in the centre of Leeds. So we split up, i was sent to get the snacks and my flatmate headed off to Headingley to get the DVD. Unfortunately, he chose badly - Snakes on a plane. Fortunately, and the real highlight of the evening was that i had chosen this stuff as the snack. A really great tasting product for a really great price. Price ------ At just 98p for an absolutely huge bag of popcorn (160g) we were able to enjoy it without feeling our purse strings tightening. This was exactly what i ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 199 readings)
I don't know about you, but my favourite kind of pop corn has to be all butter toffee. None of this savory malarky, or even pop corn with a sprinkling of sugar. I need sweetness and calories!! However in these times of tightening our belts (credit crunch and weightloss hand in hand!) I realised that I may need to set my sights a little lower. Whilst trawling the aisles in Sainsburys I spied their Basics range Cinema style sweet pop corn. At only 96p for a huge bag (160g) I felt this was worth a taster. So a family DVD was planned. The pop corn was divided equally between myself and my 3 kids (I weighed it out as my middle child has often been given ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I have tried many types of popcorns in cinemas all over the world and my favourite has to be sweet popcorn (in my opinion popcorn can never be sweet enough) but when I go to a country that doesn't offer sweet popcorn I absolutely hate it just because then I have to eat my alternative popcorn which is salted popcorn (which I absolutely hate but I cant go to the cinema without eating popcorn) salted popcorn just doesn't really taste good, the Americans have buttered popcorn as one of their options and that for me still doesn't do it, but for some reason every country has salt has one of there options and never sweet. One evening me and my girlfriend wanted to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Popcorn is a favourite in our house when, as a family, we all sit down to watch a film, or more recently a disgraceful performance by the England team in the world cup. Sainsburys basics cinema style popcorn is our preffered choice. As a snack, it's as addictive as bingo to a pensioner, and it's tactile nature makes it's consumtion a participation sport - try having a contest to see who can throw the most pieces into somebody else's mouth. Thebags come in 160g packs, which may not sound very much, but due to the fact that popcornhas roughly the same density as a mouse's burp, it means that the bag it comes in is bigger than some pedal bin liners I have known. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I love Popcorn and could happily eat it before Crisps and Chocolate. I normally go for Salted Popcorn, but Savoury Butter is alright too. Sweet isn't 1 I would often go for, but I don't mind it now and again. I wasn't expecting that much from this budget brand anyway. This huge bagful only cost me 80p. Not sure exactly how big the bag is, but I seem to think it was 200g. I could be wrong though as I don't have the bag to hand just now. The packaging isn't that exciting looking. A plain white bag with the orange writing that the Sainsbury's Basics brand has. Basics is Sainsbury's budget brand of goods. The Popcorn is full to the top of the ... Read the complete review
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