Tesco Finest Tartes au Citron Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... knows that the idea with puds is to rip the packaging off as quickly as possible and get to the good stuff, so that's enough ... more
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I was excited to find that Tesco have included their Finest food range in their current Double Clubcard Exchange Scheme. This means that Finest products can be bought using clubcard points at twice their usual value - so effectively half-price, plus paid for in vouchers rather than cash. Yay! This gave me the perfect excuse to buy lots of goodies which I normally consider too expensive. And one I'd had my eye on for a long time was their frozen Tarte Au Citron. As some of the Finest puddings are currently included in a two for £5 offer, I bought this one along with the Eton Mess (which was, incidentally, lovely), making it £2.50 instead of its usual £3.00 price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
It has become quite the tradition in my work place to buy the best of the best when it comes to cakes on your birthday. It all started when a collegue brought a Sainsburys Taste the difference Tarte au Citron, everybody loved it and from then on we had a roll of great quality cakes, on my birthday Tescos was my nearest store so I purchased the 'Finest' tarte au citron at the cost of £2.99 alongside the Tarte au Chocolate. The cake is 490g in size and comes in a square cardboard box with a picture of the cake n the front. The box is grey and black in colour with all the ingredients, nutritional information and serving suggestions on the back. You can freeze ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Something funny's going on with Tesco Finest Tartes au Citron (=Tesco Lemon Tartlets, for anyone non-French). We occasionally buy the two-pack of mini-tarts from the 'Finest' range, and in the past have found them - well, all right. They're not what I'd consider cheap, costing around / just over the £2 mark for two individual tarts (each one's a fairly generous portion though - so if we weren't too hungry, sometimes we just shared one cut in two), but by virtue of not being too sweet they're one of the better pre-packaged Tesco pastry / desserts. At their best the tarts have a tangy, softish lemon-curd-like filling. The overall colour is good - like real ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I absolutely adore lemon - it is that wonderful zing you get on the whole of the inside of your mouth that is so utterly refreshing. So it came to pass one day that I fancied something really lemony - I really did have an urge. I had a weekly shop to do at some point in the week, so in for a penny in for a pound as they say and it was off to Tesco's to kill two birds with one cliche. So, when I got there, I headed for the cakes and biscuits. When I saw Tesco's Tartes Au Citron, the obvious thing was to give a couple of these babies a try. There are two in a box so that is one each, right? :) The name suggest something special, or a t least ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/09 (Useful, 40 readings)
Every since holidaying in France some years ago, my favourite way of ending a meal has been with a citrus tart to clean the palate. I have tried making them, which can be a bit hit and miss at times, and too labour intensive when in a hurry. Tesco Finest Tartes au Citron is as good as a homemade citrus tart, if not better. The sharpness of the lemons is just enough to leave a clean feeling in your mouth after a meal and the pastry is light and not too thick. The richness of the filling is deceptive as one tart gives an ample portion each for at least six people. The colour of the tart is lemon without the yellow brightness that can be found in foods that have ... Read the complete review
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