Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Chocolate Ginger Cookies Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Type: Biscuits / All butter cookies with pieces of Belgian chocolate with spicy chunks of ginger.
Newest Review: ... these delicious cookies on the front and just serves to lure people in to buying these crumbly, delicious cookies. These ... more
by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
We've had a fair few gatherings of friends recently and lots of people have been bringing nibbles along for everyone to enjoy, some of these nibbles were these Taste The Different chocolate ginger cookies which are currently available from Sainsburys stores or sainsburys.co.uk for £1.73, however, they are on a frequent special offer of 2 for £3.00 as I've brought other cookies in the range before. These chocolate ginger cookies come provided in a cardboard box and they are well advertised and provided in packaging that does stand out on the shelf. The box shows these delicious cookies on the front and just serves to lure people in to buying these crumbly, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/08 (Very useful, 106 readings)
These are by far the nicest biscuits in the Taste the Difference range - and that is saying something! They come in an attractive box showing a picture of how delicious they look and somehow they taste even better. The biscuits are deliciously buttery but not in a sickly way - just yummy. nice and crumbly too - not too hard and not too soft. They're not stingy on the ginger with big fat chunks of it every so often throughout the biscuit. The chocolate is also perfect - dark but not too dark with pretty milk chocolate drizzles over. The chocolate is thick which is always good - thick enough to bite off from round the edges if you wish. Either ... Read the complete review
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