Tesco Rich Tea Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... is a lot less money is spent on packaging the goods. This includes the marketing of the product and in all honesty I would ... more
by - written on 17/03/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Rich tea biscuits are probably the most boring biscuit money can buy but by simply dunking them in a steaming hot cup of tea they become delicious and I cannot get enough of them. I recently tried the Tesco version of the rich tea biscuit and having been a loyal McVities buyer for years I can tell you I will now be changing. Once dipped in the tea which is the only way I ever eat a rich tea biscuit they taste exactly the same as the much more expensive McVities ones and they seem to take a dunking better too, they hardly ever get too soggy and break and they are slightly thicker than the McVities ones too so each bite is a more satisfying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 138 readings)
==Background:== I think the biscuit section in my supermarket is my favourite part of food shopping. I love looking at all the different varieties on display and selecting from them. Although recently I have been on another economy drive so I was looking for a good biscuit at a competitive price. ==Price:== I think this was the most attractive feature of them because a 300 gram packet of Sainsbury's Rich Tea Biscuits cost just 25p at my local supermarket. This compares very favourably with the more expensive more attractive branded ones that can cost four times as much for exactly the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/08 (Very useful, 204 readings)
Having a cup of tea wouldn't be the same without a biscuit (or ten) to 'dunk' into it - and i've certainly dunked my fair share of biscuits into a fair few cups of tea over the years! Sometimes I can get a bit carried away, and demolish half a packet of whatever i'm eating - then end up forcing myself to do around 100 sit-ups before going to bed. Whilst I was in the supermarket last week, I came across the humble 'Rich Tea' - a biscuit we always had in the house during my childhood, and I though I would revisit it, and give it a go. Rich Tea was apparently developed in 17th century in Yorkshire for the upper-classes as a light snack between ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Tesco rich tea biscuits at only thirty eight pence a packet are excellent value in my opinion, like these because occasionally I want a biscuit that is not too sweet and laden with sugar and at only thirty six calories per biscuit they will not put too much strain on teh waistline, I also find that because they are dry they are not as moorish as other brands of biscuits and hence I do not crave more so a couple with a cup of tea in the morning does me fine for elevenses. These have a rather bland taste to them but one of the attractions for me is their simplicity, hey are very crunchy when you bite into them and not too crumbly, it is hard to describe the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Tesco Rich Tea biscuits are a biscuit that I always have a few of in supply in my biscuit tin. I love biscuits in general and turn to these as a healthier option than the likes of shortbread biscuits or chocolate coated biscuits, both of which are higher in sugar, fat and calories. Rich Tea are great for dunking in your tea of coffee. You have to be a bit careful to only briefly dunk or else they will break off and be lost into the cup. To safe guard against this you can "double up" by placing two Rich Teas together with the slightly convex side of both biscuits facing outwards. They are made from wheat flour, sugar and vegetable oil so ... Read the complete review
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