“ Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits „
I brought these from Tesco last week because I'd been all the way to Birmingham City Centre by train and forgot to buy my fave Millies cookies on the way through New St Station, I couldn't stop thinking about it so when I went shopping to Tesco the next day I decided to try a new type of cookie and browsed round to see what they'd got. These jumped straight out at me because I'm going through a bit of a toffee phase at the minute and I usually love the fresh baked bags of cookies that you can get by the bread.
They come in a pack of 5 and cost £1.00, at the minute there is a special offer on where you can buy 2 packs for £1.50 and that's pretty good but these cookies don't keep very well so unless you can get 10 eaten before the end of the next day I wouldn't bother stocking up on them.
They're mega sickly as well so even though the cookies aren't MASSIVE it's hard to manage more than 1 at a time and even if you're feeling greedy you'll probably struggle to finish a second. They are soft cookies that have got loads of toffee pieces in them, the cookies themselves are very buttery looking and have got a lovely homemade look about them because of how golden brown they are. They're not all exactly the same shape and the edges are a bit wrinkly and that makes them look even more homemade because if you put them all on a plate they deffo don't look identical.
The cookies have got a lovely taste, they're syrupy with a delish sweet flavour. I looked on the ingredients before I wrote this review and I saw there is condensed milk in them and I SWEAR I could taste that even though there can't be a lot in there because it's right low down on the list. It gives them a rich flavour though and helps bring out the yummy flavour of the toffee pieces.
There's enough toffee in that you'll get at least one piece in every mouth full, the pieces aren't huge but they've got a wickedly chewy texture and such a nice flavour that it seems like there's more in there. You can definitely taste the toffee through the biscuit and it works perfect because they both have flavours that the other one brings out, the creamy texture of the toffee also goes wicked with the soft crumbly biscuit and they feel like a right luxury biscuit to me.