Tesco Tiger Bread Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... the bread, similar in look and colour to the stripes of a Tiger, hence the name Tiger Bread. Packaging Tiger bread comes ... more
by - written on 27/03/10 (Very useful, 205 readings)
I love carbs; they are my favourite type of food, and bread is certainly at the top of my list! I'm a big fan of rolls, brown bread toast, french bageuttes, bacon sandwiches, etc etc. But my absolute favourite bread has got to be Tiger Bread, and I absolutely adore the one you can purchase from Tesco. The tiger bread is usually avaiable in three different sizes. 400g at 67p, 800g at £1 and at weekend a few of the Tescos round here sell a massive 'family loaf' for a £1 (so fantastic value!). I've also seen a few Tescos sell tiger bread rolls, which are equally delicious, but I am unsure of the price. You can pick up tiger bread from the fresh bakery section ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Tesco Tiger Bread Description: Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Bread Recently I have been eating quite a lot of soups for lunch, and in my opinion, soup should never be eaten without a decent chunk of bread to accompany it. Now this bread shouldn't be just any old sliced loaf either, it should always be freshly baked and delicious. I must admit that I love tiger bread, it is difficult to explain the taste because of course, it is quite distinctive to tiger bread! The crust should always be chewy, and never baked for too long and the bread inside should be fluffy and light. Luckily, we live close to a couple of large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
On the weekends we quite often go and treat ourselves to fresh bread as a treat for our lunch. The place of choice to get this used to be bakerys, but quite often they sell out early in the day, too early for a late weekend riser like me. Luckily the supermarkets have started baking their own bread which rivals the local bakerys and means I dont miss out. Tescos make a gorgeous bread called tiger bread. Mainly it is a white loaf with a gorgeous golden crusty exterior. It has a striped outer edge which is where I guess it gets the name from. Although it is crusty the crust is not too thick and crumbly like some over cooked breads you get. The bread ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 251 readings)
Being rather partial to homemade bread but not having the expertise or skill to actually make it myself I can be often found lurking around the bakery section in Tesco letting the smell of freshly prepared bread rule my shopping selections. I tend to buy the loaves of bread that have a long best before date as don't as a rule eat that much bread, however, I do succumb on the odd occasion to buying a Tiger Loaf as the smell and taste is irresistible. An intriguing loaf of bread this it to look at and its mottled orange crust that lends its name from the ferocious wild cat of the same name. The loaf is of average size but is firm and crispy to the touch and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Tiger bread is definitely the nicest kind of fresh bread sold in Tesco. I love getting the big weekend loaf on a Friday evening, as it goes well with dinner on Friday and lucnh and dinner on Saturday and if you are lucky there will be a bit left over for lunch in Sunday! It does stay quite 'fresh' feeling and does not go hard as quickly as some other fresh bread. I do value this highly as I really do not normally like day old bread. The large weekend loaf that I have been picking upo recently cost £1.00 which I think is great value for the amount of eating you get out of it and length of time it lasts. It tastes great, the bread is really fluffy ... Read the complete review
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